Art Van Furniture Breaks Ground for Scott Shuptrine Interiors

New 1,000 Square Foot Design Center for Royal Oak



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WARREN – The golden shovel turned on Woodward Avenue on Tuesday, May 15, when Art Van Furniture executives gathered for a ceremonial ground breaking of the furniture store's design center, Scott Shuptrine Interiors. Local dignitaries and city officials were also on hand. The expansion of the Royal Oak store will transform a large portion of the parking structure into a magnificent Scott Shuptrine Interiors showplace.  It will feature an amazing grand staircase, sculptural ceiling, and dozens of elegant amenities to assure a pleasurable, first-class shopping experience.

"This is going to be a breathtaking, state-of-the-art store with only the finest products and services available," said Art Van Furniture founder and chairman, Art Van Elslander. "We will provide our guests with the easiest and most enjoyable shopping experience imaginable – all done in an exquisite setting."

In addition to the new Woodward store, Scott Shuptrine Interiors is also located inside 3 other Art Van stores including Warren, Grand Rapids, and Petoskey. The Scott Shuptrine showrooms feature a retail floor, an interior design studio, and a custom design shop. The stores offer upscale products and services to fit practically every design taste.

Scott Shuptrine Interiors, which is owned by Art Van Furniture, offers top-quality goods from carefully selected vendors and also carries products from custom-built furniture to exclusive rugs and window treatments.

The new store, located at 32301 N. Woodward, is scheduled to open in October 2012.

 

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