ROYAL OAK —Scott Shuptrine Interiors will celebrate the grand opening of its $3 million state-of-the art flagship store. On March 7, the company will cut a celebratory ribbon at 9 a.m. and officially open its doors to the public at 11 a.m.
Art Van Elslander, chairman and founder of Art Van Furniture, which owns Scott Shuptrine Interiors, and Director Nancy Jones, will host the event. Distinguished guests will include Birmingham Mayor George Dilgard, Royal Oak Mayor Jim Ellison, Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber President Joe Bauman, and Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce President Howard Collens.
Scott Shuptrine Interiors is a 12,300 square-foot freestanding addition to the Art Van Furniture store and represents the largest design space on Woodward Avenue. The new $3 million design gallery will feature 60 room vignettes, a grand staircase, sculptural ceiling, and dozens of luxury fixtures and amenities.
“We are thrilled to open the doors to our exquisite new Scott Shuptrine Interiors gallery,” Elslander said. “We are able to provide our guests the very finest products and services found anywhere. Scott Shuptrine has returned bigger and better than ever.”
Scott Shuptrine Interiors also welcomes the addition of Charles Oglesby to the team as design manager of the Royal Oak gallery. With nearly 20 years in the home furnishings industry, Oglesby has held key positions with fashionable brands, including Ralph Lauren Home, Williams-Sonoma Home, Pottery Barn, and Restoration Hardware.
In addition to the new Woodward store, Scott Shuptrine Interiors is also located inside three other Art Van stores, including Grand Rapids, Petoskey, and Warren. Collectively, the stores anticipate $20 million in annual sales.