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A Greenwich Housewarming

Uma Thurman, Kelly Rutherford and more join Restoration Hardware CEO Gary Friedman and Town & Country’s Jay Fielden to fete the furniture brand’s new home

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California-based furniture company Restoration Hardware (now known as RH) has taken over the historic former Greenwich Avenue post office at 310 Greenwich Avenue and transformed it into a perfect example of a modernized restoration.

The 17,000-square-foot neoclassical building—erected in 1917—has undergone reworking by James Gillam of design architecture firm Backen, Gillam & Kroeger, in consultation with historic-preservation experts.

The building, which faces the town’s World War I monument, a 50-foot obelisk, boasts a classical loggia supported by six Corinthian columns.

Greenwich post office

The Greenwich post office

RH’s collection of modern and stylish leather sofas, striking light fixtures and luxe bedding will be on display (check out a few pieces from the collection below).

Click on the gallery above to see photos from the opening.

Petite Kensington sofa, from $2,330

Welles crystal chandelier, $3,995

 

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A Look at Restoration Hardware’s Fall 2013 Collection
RH Contemporary Art Presents a Group Show

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