Axel Interiors
10 Reviews
Homeowners are still interested in objects that are beautiful, interesting and well made, but they live and entertain more informally. Responding to the needs of today, AXEL Interiors’ owner Andrea Cross has assembled the kind of standout pieces that make a room, but are nonetheless functional and durable.

AXEL’s offerings enable design-minded consumers and trade professionals to select furnishings of the highest level of craftsmanship without being too formal or precious for everyday use.

Centrally located in Fairfield County on the Post Road in Norwalk, AXEL Interiors was formerly “Larry’s Sunoco”. Andrea and her husband David have overseen extensive remediation and renovation of the site. It is worth the visit just to see the bold transformation from service garage to premier design resource.

AXEL’s "Extraordinary Objects for Everyday Living" enable design-minded consumers and trade professionals to select furnishings of the highest level of craftsmanship without being too formal or precious for everyday use.

Services Provided
Custom Furniture, Custom Rugs, Space Planning, Interior Design, Art Advisory

Areas Served
Cos Cob, Darien, East Norwalk, Easton, Fairfield, Greens Farms, New Canaan, Norwalk, Old Greenwich, Riverside, Southport, Stamford, Weston, Westport, Wilton, New York City, Greenwich

Certifications and Awards
AXEL also serves as the Connecticut showroom for fabrics from Rodolph, Inc., Interior Crafts line of custom upholstered furniture and The Belgian Shade Company’s window treatments. Design professionals are encouraged to register their trade accounts.
Contact: Andrea Cross
Location: 33 North Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851
Commented: I love this table and chairs! Who makes them? Both the table and chairs are vintage. The dealer from whom I made the purchase was unable to attribute them, and I have never seen anything quite like them before or since!
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Commented: Ovens, combi-steam, microwave: Time to commit While I have not seen it in use, my understanding of the cleaning function on the Gaggenau is more like a rinsing feature. Because it is a plumbed appliance the additional water needed drains away. Ex...
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Commented: Can you please tell us who is the manufacturer of this fireplace? It is from SparkFires, a ventless fireplace.
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