Milwaukee, WI – Sarah Boardman-Miller, a 21-year veteran Interior Designer and General Contractor who specializes in remodels and new builds all over the United States with an emphasis on design that delivers for how people live, this week announced she would be opening a Trade Showroom in Milwaukee later this spring.

Passionate about filling the Showroom gap in many markets around the U.S. where Interior Designers and Architects could find textiles and wallpapers, Sarah is officially opening a Showroom of her own with a Grand Opening on April 6, 2017, from 3 PM to 7 PM.

“Showrooms are a fantastic way for vendors at every level in our industry to come together and better themselves from the products and discoveries by other Designers, Architects, and more,” said Sarah. “There has been a serious gap in the availability of Showrooms of this nature, and I was intent on doing something about it.”

The Showroom will feature hand-printed textiles and wallpapers from small vendors across the country. Featured vendors include Ferrick Mason, Alexandria Conroy, Lake August, Victoria Larson, and Mally Skok. Additionally, with these vendors will come furniture lines that can be customized with 200 colors of linen and any textile Vendor, lighting, slipcovers, and drapery, art, and accessories.

To accompany the unique nature of opening a Trade Showroom, Sarah has elected to host the community in the Historic Matthew Keenan House, built in 1860. Officially designated as a Milwaukee landmark in 1974, the house embodies the historical and architectural significance of the greater Milwaukee community.

“We are incredibly excited for our Grand Opening debut this April, and are encouraging everyone in our community to come by and meet the Textile and Wallpaper Designers,” said Sarah.

For more information, or to stay updated with Grand Opening details, visit:

Sarah Boardman-Miller Trade Showroom
777 N Jefferson St
Milwaukee WI 53202