West Elm opens first furniture store in Qatar
DOHA, 14 days ago
West Elm, one of the world’s leading home retailers offering sectional sofas and loveseats, to dining, bedroom, beddings and home office items, has opened its first furniture store in Qatar at the Doha Festival City (DFC)
West Elm, one of the world’s leading home retailers, has opened its first furniture store in Qatar at the Doha Festival City (DFC)
The US-based retailer said its new store offers an extraordinary freedom of choice to its Doha customers.
From sectional sofas and loveseats, to dining, bedroom, beddings, decorative accessories and home office items that span across mid-century, industrial and contemporary design spectrums – the first-of-its-kind showroom renders furniture that fits every style and space, said a statement from the company.
The New York-based home retailer offers a mindful intersection of modern design, affordability and community to Qatar’s home owners and families, with a rich selection of organic, handcrafted, sustainably-sourced products and home design services that are fashioned to make an impact in everyday life, said a top official.
"We are really excited about marking our first footprint in Qatar and we can’t wait to fuse our creative minds together with our clients’ as we empower them to build and design a unique space that they can truly call ‘home’," remarked Amminuddin Abdul, West Elm Doha’s general manager.
"Everything we have at our West Elm Doha store has been purposefully created with one goal in mind; to help families and home owners express their personal style at home and in the world," remarked Abdul.
"To empower our customers to bring their unique story to life, we not only put a world of furniture choices at their fingertips, but our in-store stylists are also here to help them with everything from mixing and matching colors to design their entire living space," he stated.
Since it opened its first store in Brooklyn, New York in 2002, West Elm’s mission has been to make an impact in the lives of its customers and the communities they live in, centered on affordable modern designs and ethical business practices, he added.-TradeArabia News Service