Art Van Furniture Debuts New Merchandising System, Introduces Lifestyle Collection Room Packages
Art Van Furniture in Warren has introduced a new merchandising system that showcases six primary lifestyle collections — casual, urban, farmhouse, modern, traditional, and mid-century — identified by easy-to-spot, color-coded tags.
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Art Van Furniture in Warren today announced it has introduced a new merchandising system that showcases six primary lifestyle collections — casual, urban, farmhouse, modern, traditional, and mid-century — identified by easy-to-spot, color-coded tags.
The new color-coded tagging system indicate which lifestyle collections pair best together. For example, modern furnishings complement Art Van Furniture's mid-century and urban collections, while casual furniture pairs best with the retailer's modern and farmhouse styles.
For the first time in its 59-year history, Art Van Furniture is also carrying a wide selection of stylish and affordable accessories for the home, including rugs, lamps and artwork, as well as new flooring options and window treatments.
In addition, the retailer is offering lifestyle collection room packages that include a sofa, occasional furniture, five-foot by eight-foot rug, and two lamps available in three discounted price points.
"Decorating a home should be an enjoyable and pleasurable experience for families," says Ron Boire, president and CEO of Art Van Furniture. "Art Van's new lifestyle collections were created to help our customers eliminate confusion, save time, and streamline their purchase decisions."
Art Van Furniture is the Midwest's No. 1 furniture and mattress retailer with 188 stores in nine states operating under the following brands; Art Van Furniture, Art Van PureSleep, Art Van Flooring, Scott Shuptrine Interiors, Levin Furniture, Levin Mattress, Wolf Furniture, and Gardiner Wolf Furniture.
Art Van Furniture has 73 stores in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, and Missouri. Founded in 1959, the company is headquartered in Warren and is owned by Thomas H. Lee Partners in Boston.
For more information, visit artvan.com.