As the Sacramento community continues to establish its new identity, Kerrie Kelly’s latest business endeavor, 42nd Street, has opened its doors for designers and everyday customers to find their authentic self through home furnishing. On Thursday, the custom furniture, lighting and accessories company will have its Sacramento Metro Chamber ribbon cutting ceremony at 5 PM, with support from Ailoi Bodega Espanola, Melissa Lavin and DJ Spiro.
While the company will be the latest store to open its doors in Midtown, Kelly’s presence in Sacramento has been steady since her design studio opened in East Sacramento in 1995. With three arms to her business, Kerrie Kelly Design Lab, Loft Media Group and 42nd Street, Kelly is finding multiple platforms to inspire the world around her.
“We’ve never been busier,” said Kelly. “We’re just in a great flow and feel very blessed for that and Sacramento has been wonderful to us in deploying what we’re doing.”
As Sacramento works out its grand identity in an ever-changing landscape, Kelly hopes…