From classic modern furniture to interior design services and lighting, Living Walls offers its customers anything and everything they could want for a contemporary home.
Service with a smile, ample attention and professionalism are all part of the package. Although the sophisticated products may look expensive and cultured, it’s not always reflected in the price tag. The store offers a wide range of prices for its functional sofas and sectionals, dining furniture and bedroom design.
“We’re modern-focused,” said owner Alison Levin Bishop. “We encourage people to bury themselves into the design process so that it reflects their own tastes and sensibilities.”
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Location: 1311 Main St.
Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mondays through Fridays; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays
Line of business: Contemporary furniture, interior design services, wall coverings, fabrics, lighting and accessories
Year established: 1970 on St. Armands Circle; relocated to Main Street in 1985
What makes the business unique: It was Sarasota’s first contemporary furniture store.
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