Peridot Interiors recently announced its decision to transition from its shared business location with Kersting Architecture to an independent location in the Trust Building in downtown Wilmington.
"Peridot Interiors is immensely grateful for the enriching partnership with Michael Kersting and his colleagues, which has allowed them to achieve milestones and create outstanding spaces together," a news release stated.
The interior design firm relocated to the seventh floor of the Trust Building, 2 N. Front St. in downtown Wilmington.
"While still actively collaborating with their colleagues at Kersting Architecture, who are committed to carrying on the legacy of their founder [Michael Kersting died last year], this relocation and impending rebrand represents an opportunity for Peridot Interiors to deepen its commitment to delivering unparalleled design experiences to its clients and partners," according to the release.
Leslie Stachowicz, owner and principal designer of Peridot Interiors, said in the release, “We can’t wait to see what is in store for us as we focus on expanding our horizons as designers and pushing the boundaries of creativity.
"We look forward to growing our community and are so grateful for each opportunity to bring our clients a sense of joy and peace in their most cherished spaces.”
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