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Darby Road HOME

1395 Main Street
Waltham, MA 02451
(781) 899-6900
Company Profile: 

Darby Road Home is a full service fine home furnishings specialty store. With an expansive 5,000 square feet, our showroom features vignettes of custom upholstery pieces, case goods, and a curated collection of accessories and fine art. Darby Road Home offers many custom fabrics, finishes and hardware. Our design services team make buying a streamlined process, whether it be for one piece or to fill an entire home. Our Design Team will also work privately with you at your home. We love working closely with our clients to help implement a design strategy that creates both a wow factor as well as a functional space to suit each lifestyle. Our Design Process involves: Consultation, Conceptualization and Completion.

The Darby Road Showroom is conveniently located at 1395 Main Street in Waltham, MA on route 117, near the Weston border.

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