South Florida Design Park

J NELSON is a premiere furnishings, textile and lighting showroom for residential and commercial Architects and Interior Designers in America. With over 60 carefully curated collections culled from the finest craftsmen around the world, J NELSON offers a second to none client experience with paramount customer service and a bi-lingual staff.

Through J NELSON’s educational and cultural initiatives, the “Designers’ Library Lecture Series”, held twice annually, offers clients and members of the community, not only access to luminaries from areas of Interior Design and the Decorative Arts, but also to a preeminent roster of design business professionals along with academicians from these worlds. This singular showroom initiative rivals those of any major design center in the country. In 2009, in response to a decline in the US economy, “JNI Design Assist” was implemented. This highly selective program is geared towards the specialized needs of those who have not engaged nor intend to engage the services of a design professional, but may need advice on a particular item of interest or guidance expanding on an idea of their own. Additionally, an acquisition vehicle is available to those selected for this program.

Founded by John Hall Nelson, the South Florida-based showroom also has a collection of private label lines with representation in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles, California, Dallas, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia. Many of J NELSON’s clients rank among the top Architects and Interior Designers in the world. The showroom’s clientele spans the United States and North America, the Caribbean, Central and South America as well as countries within Europe and Asia.

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2866 Pershing St., Hollywood, FL, 33020
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