The Architectural Justice showroom is artfully housed in an early 1900’s barn, which was originally known as Longview Farms. The building can be identified with its large, steel ventilators, which sit atop the gambrel roof, supported by post and beam construction.
Over the years, owner James Justice converted old shops and freezer spaces into a one-of- a-kind interior design showroom. The original lofts were converted into office space and a conference room, where the main showroom consists of various mini-galleries creatively displaying kitchen and bath vignettes, fireplaces, a man cave and more.
We pride ourselves on our unique design center that offers one-stop shopping for many exotic products in a showroom that clearly feels different from the rest. The main draw for customers is over 75,000 square feet of granite and natural stone slabs, which are all on-site.
We are able to showcase a large variety of remodeling products including cabinetry, flooring, tile, architectural metals, cast stone products, custom millwork, hardware, appliances, plus furniture and home decor.