More identity, less opulence

How is evolving the taste in the Middle East? The answer comes from Tarek H. Sinno, CEO of Gallery Design

Gallery Design, Khobar branch
Gallery Design, Khobar branch

“Contemporary is often confused with opulence. In the modern era, individuals have developed a strong sense of identity”, says Tarek H. Sinno, CEO of Gallery Design, showroom that since 2006 represents a reference point for furniture in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. “The clients have become more inclined towards contemporary furniture approach emphasizing on rigorous linearity, soft paddings and full volumes”.

How is the style in Middle East evolving?
In the modern era, individuals have developed a strong sense of identity. Contemporary is often confused with opulence, our approach to contemporary is very much about telling the curation story, forming a sense of authenticity and creating timeless, sophisticated and smart interiors. Attention to details is what sets us apart from the competitors.

What are the trends in furniture?
Trend shift in design has transformed end user’s style. They have become more inclined towards contemporary furniture approach emphasizing on rigorous linearity, soft paddings and full volumes. Over the years Gallery Design have created a firm reputation at an international level through our commitment with the suppliers and providing our end user’s with a modern contemporary lifestyle in diverse design segments.

Which range of product do you offer and how do you will present the new collections?
Gallery Design was originated in 2006 and over the years we have managed to establish a smooth itinerary in our organization that entails kitchens, living, bedroom, offices and accessories. Ultimately, we offer variety, innovation, sartorial details and versatility. We take pleasure in showcasing the latest Milan Fair collection from our suppliers each year. There are multiple events held the umbrella of Gallery Design. Visitors range from Architects, Designers, VIP clients, Royal Family and ambassadors.