Visit us at the Boston Design Center, 2nd Floor in the Market Stalls

Visit us at the Boston Design Center, 2nd Floor in the Market Stalls

When in Boston please visit our enormous space at Market Stalls on the second floor of the Boston Design Center at 1 Design Center Place at the Black Falcon Terminal in the Seaport District. The Seaport District is the most sought after neighborhood for both tourists and townies. Foodies also enjoy the district for it's wide selection of restaurants and waterfront bars. For directions to the Boston Design Center click here.

* Please contact the Boston Design Center for hours and operation information. The Boston Design Center is managed unaffiliated with the Lannan Gallery. *

Market Stalls is a brand new marketplace that embodies the shift of this once design trade-only building into a progressive, all-inclusive design resource.

The recently renovated second floor west wing of the Design Center houses a 10,000-square foot boutique-style market, featuring high-quality antiques sourced from around the globe. Dedicated space is reserved for individual dealers, representing an eclectic mix of period furniture, lighting, and art from the 17th to 20th centuries appealing to interior designers, architects, and design enthusiasts.

At Market Stalls one will find all of the familiar merchandise the Lannan Gallery has offered our valued clients such as charts, nautical and industrial lighting, ship models, paintings, blueprints, porthole tables, chests, instruments - a selection of both refined and rustic marine antiques and furnishings for your home, office, hotel, restaurant, bar or business space. 

The flagship location will be on the south shore of Boston in the town of Norwell, once Scituate until 1888, just 25 minutes from our Financial District location. Housed in the historic Dr. Joseph Jacobs homestead and once the J. Collamore Tavern and Stagecoach Shop, the 1800s post and beam colonial home will have over 4,000 square feet of merchandise on it's 40,000 square foot lot with plenty of parking! A not to be missed stop on your way to and from the Cape and if you are in Boston and of serious interest, we'll pick you up.


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