Arhaus has moved to a 15,000-square-foot showroom in Tysons Galleria in McLean, Va. Picture courtesy of Laura Metzler Pictures
BOSTON HEIGHTS, Ohio — High 100 retailer Arhaus moved from Tysons Nook in Northern Virginia to a bigger showroom in Tysons Galleria in close by McLean, Va.
Officers say the 15,000-square-foot area will stay a vacation spot for high-quality furnishings and decor and design companies. The shop opened on July 30 at 2001 Worldwide Drive.
“We’ve been serving our prospects in McLean and the Washington metropolitan space for almost 16 years, and we’re thrilled for this subsequent chapter of Arhaus,” mentioned John Reed, CEO and co-founder of Arhaus. “We sit up for persevering with to interact with the regional neighborhood at this enhanced way of life setting, which stays a mirrored image of our modern, sustainable strategy to heirloom-quality craftsmanship and one-of-a-kind, globally impressed house furnishings.”
As with Arhaus showrooms nationwide, the newly relocated Tysons Galleria showroom gives complimentary design companies to assist prospects with their house tasks of any measurement.
In celebration of the opening, Arhaus is partnering with American Forests to plant 10,000 bushes throughout the US. American Forests is a nonprofit conservation group that focuses on creating wholesome and resilient forests from coast to coast.
Arhaus ranks No. 26 in Furnishings At this time’s 2021 High 100 checklist with $434.5 million in gross sales throughout 75 shops in 2020.
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