The Laguna Design Center, Under New Ownership and Management, and Open to the Public

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What was once a mecca exclusively for the interior design trade is today open to the public and gearing up, under the new ownership and management of Dunhill Partners, Inc., for a spectacular 2017.

Bill Hutchinson

Bill Hutchinson is the President and CEO of Dunhill Partners, which now owns and manages the Laguna Design Center in Orange County, California.

I am so pleased with Dunhill Partners' acquisition of this irreplaceable asset and cornerstone to the Southern California design community.

The Laguna Design Center has long served the Southern California interior design community as a flagship destination for home furnishings, resources and inspiration. What was once a mecca exclusively for the interior design trade is today open to the public and gearing up, under new ownership and management of Dunhill Partners, Inc., for a spectacular 2017.

Bill Hutchinson, the Founder and President of Dunhill Partners, addressed guests at 2016’s Orange County Fashion Week, which the Laguna Design Center proudly hosted on site as title sponsor. Hutchinson made very clear “The Laguna Design Center is here for everybody to enjoy.”

Dunhill Partners brings to the LDC a unique, hands-on approach in reaching, connecting and enhancing ties with the interior design industry and within the surrounding, local community.

As owner of the largest share of the Dallas Design District, Dunhill Partners is in touch with the creative energy at the heart of design and decorative showrooms. Dunhill Partners will lend its perspective of service, value and partnership to the client, visitor and tenant experience at the Laguna Design Center.

"The Laguna Design Center is a setting of balance and tranquility. I am so pleased with Dunhill Partners' acquisition of this irreplaceable asset and cornerstone to the Southern California design community" said Hutchinson.

The LDC’s 40+ showrooms appeal to the most discerning of tastes - whether that be modern, minimalist or timelessly traditional. Some showrooms do still require an interior designer for purchase of custom goods, but all are open to the public.

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