Banbury Lane’s New Space

The space now serves as a 2,600-square-foot showroom for high-quality ornamental hardware.

The Banbury Lane Design Centre owners purchased the circa-1911 red brick building that was once the AB Cushing Mills Lumber storehouse and did an extensive renovation, taking it back to its heritage beauty. Two pictures of the original building hang in the lobby of the store.

The space now serves as a 2,600-square-foot showroom for high-quality ornamental hardware for doors and cabinets, bathroom accessories, lighting and other finishing touches for the home.

A bigger space also means more room for new designers and products like the stunning, jewellery-like hardware from Edgar Berebi and an expanded lighting section.

1301 10 Ave. S.W., 403-244-0038, banburylane.com

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