Add These Three Fresh Seattle Showrooms To Your Must-Visit List


Cassina, Joybird and Sundays’ newly opened showrooms in Seattle all offer innovative takes on home furnishings from North America and farther afield.

Cassina Presents A Unique Vision Of Home


Showroom with blue upholstered bed, wood bench and side table, and white sofa beneath and black-and-white artwork


Cassina is known for launching Italian industrial design, artfully combining technology with fine craftsmanship. Today, the company manufactures furniture pieces from some of the most important figures of 20th-century design. With the opening of Cassina’s Seattle showroom, these designers will have a permanent home in the Northwest, alongside contemporary pieces. Much like the brand itself, the Seattle space presents a unique vision of home, one where innovative products are presented alongside modern design icons, creating an atmosphere that is both warm and inviting.

Joybird Features A Compelling IRL Shopping Experience


Showroom with coral-colored tufted sofas, pink and red walls and a black tile-clad fireplace


Known for its colorful, customizable furnishings, Joybird has translated its robust social media following into a compelling IRL shopping experience. Now, the retailer celebrates the addition of a storefront in Seattle, which showcases furniture pieces alongside a selection of home decor. The Capitol Hill location is their largest showroom to date, featuring an interactive swatch wall where shoppers can feel materials before they buy. “Seattle is renowned for its distinctive blend of artistry, creativity and innovation, traits that align perfectly with our values,” explains Joybird vice president Gerardo Ornelas. “The city’s vibrant energy and love for home decor made it such an appealing choice for us.”

Sundays Prioritizes Comfortability + Attainability


Black wood table surrounded by light wood armchairs atop and black-and-white striped rug


Founded in Vancouver, Sundays has quickly become known across Canada and beyond for its approachable yet design-minded pieces that are as well made as they are modern. Embracing the “Sunday state of mind,” the company’s furniture collection prioritizes comfortable and attainable pieces made to last. Now, Sundays celebrates the opening of their first physical shop in the U.S. in Seattle, with a bright, airy showroom in a heritage building downtown that invites visitors to stay awhile. “We’re thrilled to have a permanent U.S. presence in Seattle,” says Sundays co-founder Barbora Samieian. “We’re also excited to connect with our neighbors and local community—building those connections is very important to our brand.” With partnerships with Northwest makers, such as Portland-based Notary Ceramics, and plans for art openings, panel discussions and neighborhood happy hours at the showroom, Sundays is poised to be a dynamic new hub for design in the region.