Art gallery, furniture showroom on tap for Bishop Arts shop Neighborhood

neighborhood furniture store
photo by Kurt Griesbach

Neighborhood, the Bishop Arts District shop, reopened this week after a six-week renovation. A grand reopening celebration is from 7-10 p.m. Saturday, May 2, with a gallery show opening reception for muralist JMR.

The owners expanded the 3-year-old store’s floorspace, creating more room to showcase furniture. And they added a dedicated art gallery, which they’ve dubbed “The 56-Foot Wall.” In fact, they’ve renamed the store: Neighborhood Design Bar and the 56-Foot Wall. But you can still call it Neighborhood.

Artist JMR paints a wall at Neighborhood
Artist JMR paints a wall at Neighborhood. Photo by Kurt Griesbach

The shop also added more “lifestyle accessories,” including bags, wallets and jewelry. It now carries three furniture lines: Younger Furniture, Gus Modern and EQ3.

JMR will be painting a wall Saturday night, and he will offer affordable small paintings and prints along with larger works.

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