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Conley Interiors raises some eyebrows.

I have found Buffalo Rising‘s website online and wanted to offer a quick insight into my time in Buffalo this past week while on business. I came across a true New York City type of business that I cant stop thinking about. Conley Interiors.

I am an interior designer in New York City and was blown away by the offering they represent. No one in NYC even comes close to the vast inventory and level of quality they are showcasing. Beyond Amazing. And blown away that they have been in business in the same location since 1925!! Unheard of, given the current economic environment in the Home furnishing industry. I would assume they are the oldest retailer in Buffalo?????

Given it was my first trip to Buffalo, I admit I came in with certain preconceived notions. The last few days were a true eye opener and upended my naive thinking. From the food (Oliver’s, Tempo) to the people and the shopping, I applaud the resurgence and your online promotion of the City.

I highly recommend stopping by Conley Interiors if you are not aware of the business. I met Jim Furman—unbelievably pleasant and knowledgeable. It is worth a write up because it gives tremendous validation that Buffalo is not down and out, but alive and bound for something GREAT. They should be highlighted as a jewel in the crown of Buffalo’s cutting edge style!

Looking forward to my next visit!


Best,

Theresa A. Gibbons
President
Salisbury & Manus Interiors
136 East 82nd Street
New York, New York 10028

Address and YouTube video added by Buffalo Rising | Photo: Conley website

Conley Interiors – Established in 1925
1425 Hertel Avenue
Buffalo, N.Y. 14216
Telephone: (716) 838-1000 Fax: (716) 838-8141 Email: jdf@conleyinteriors.com

Showroom Hours: Monday – Friday 10AM to 5PM or by appointment.

 

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