Three generations of love for design grow at the LI decoration shop


The work offered at Southold’s touchGOODS upholstery, including modern mid-century end tables, contemporary wingback chairs, and watercolors by Long Island artists, is carefully curated by someone who has turned to high style. It reflects what was done.

Owner Norine Pennacchia believes that both home and work environments should be “full of sculptural lines, rich tones and unique details”, with father and grandfather being draftsmen, kitchen and bath He states that a good design experience began a few years before the remodeling began. Business in Brooklyn.

“I grew up surrounded by wood samples and project sketches from my dad’s custom cabinet business,” explains Riverhead Pennacchia, 43. “Since then, I have worked in the interior design industry for over 10 years. I designed, imported and sold custom furniture and lighting to Hampton retailers and traders. Thanks to the craftsmanship for touching high-end design. I feel better. “

Opened in 2016, on 53740 Main Road, the store offers modern and vintage style furniture, custom furniture, accessories and a collection of handmade Italian lighting. Pennacchia states that a mixture of times can really make a room. A combination of modern works she sells.

“Mid-century modern furniture, alongside works from other eras, not only warms the space, but also creates a clean, relaxed mix-and-match aesthetic that creates conversation,” says Penacchia. “It’s always a mix of vintage classics like Danish modern teak wall units and credenza, or modern armchairs from walnut mid-century with dramatically angled arms.” Great for adding artwork from Long Island artists and photographers and hanging it on the wall. “Local landscapes produce the best art. Who doesn’t want to remember our beautiful environment?”

And while this store is perfect for serious interior design enthusiasts, it doesn’t take it completely seriously. Recently, we have started selling interesting and interesting gifts and quarantine cards. “Recently everyone has been able to laugh a lot,” says Penacchia.

Free design services are available and include visits to the customer’s home to create mood boards and make furniture measurements and suggestions. Virtual consultation is another option. Prices range from a $ 7.95 theme greeting card to a tufted leather sofa for about $ 3,500.

Business hours are Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm, but it depends on the season, so please call in advance (631-765-8455).Buy online