Arhaus, a Cleveland-based home goods and artisan-crafted furniture retailer, will reopen its expanded and renovated store at The Somerset Collection in Troy on Friday.
The company, which opened its first Michigan store at Somerset in 2009, moved to a temporary space in the mall during construction. It will reopen in its original space with a total of 12,379 square feet of space on the second floor near Saks Fifth Avenue at Somerset Collection South.
“In retail it is critical to continue to reinvent yourself and we are excited to be able to bring our new store design to Somerset Collection,” says John Reed, chairman and CEO of Arhaus. “We believe that retail is theater and our stores should be a place for customers to come and get inspired.
“What excited me most about the space is the mix of materials,” he adds. “We are taking natural materials and showing them in a more contemporary way. Arhaus continues to be a leader in the country with regard to design and use of materials. We bring truly handmade products to our customers and maintain our commitment to use responsibly sourced and reclaimed materials whenever possible.”
Philip Michael Brown, the store’s designer, says, “The specific architectural detailing is meant to give the look and feel of a downtown historic building that has been repurposed into a contemporary contextual design boutique.”
The redesigned Arhaus store at Somerset will celebrate its grand reopening on Jan. 9. Between Jan’ 9-12, the store will donate 10 percent of all purchases to Beaumont Children’s Hospital in Royal Oak, an affiliate of the Children’s Miracle Networks.