Gorman’s Gallery is Gorman Company’s premier kitchen and bath studio. Our 7,200-square-foot showroom features the latest trends in decorative plumbing, including sinks, tubs, faucets, toilets, vanities, and hardware. No matter your needs, contemporary or modern, Gorman’s Gallery has a style for you.
Good customer service means quality of work; exceptional customer service means quality of people. Members of the Gorman team are enthusiastic, driven to excel, and steadfast in our commitment to service, integrity, and reliability. We are also your neighbors and friends. We understand your unique needs and we share the common goal of making your space something to be proud of.
Jennifer is a Sarasota native and former ‘Nole. Upon graduating she returned to Sarasota to help run the family plumbing business. She transitioned to the decorative side of the industry in 2004 when Gorman Company first opened its showroom. Jennifer enjoys working with clients from the beginning of projects to well beyond completion, with attention to detail each step along the way.
Katie is educated in Interior Design and has worked in the creative field for much of her career. She has experience in managing both small and large scale accounts. Katie finds inspiration in combining modern and traditional design.
Paul is a product of the Interior Architecture Program at Kansas State University. His previous lives have been in architecture and in running his own construction company in Missouri. Paul is the Gallery’s resident handyman. He appreciates the shaker design style for its simplicity and clean lines.
Suzanne is a graduate of Parsons School of Design in New York City. She most recently worked in interior design in Vail, Colorado and has enjoyed a successful career spanning construction, interior design and custom cabinetry. Suzanne’s approach to design focuses on timeless and classic elements.
Beth joined the Gorman Team from Ritz-Carlton Hotels. Educated in fine art and hospitality, she is happy to have transitioned from selling beautiful spaces to creating them. Her favorite design trend is mixing various finishes to create a unique and one-of-a-kind aesthetic.