Retail Star spotlight: Henry Home Interiors

Henry Home Interiors, Norman, Okla.

Home Accents Today’s Retail Stars list recognizes independent brick-and-mortar retailers of home accents – including furniture stores, home accessories boutique stores and interior design showrooms – that merchandise creatively, have a positive presence in their local communities and stand out from the competition.

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Henry Home Interiors

Norman, Okla.

1 store

Estimated 2019 total sales: $1.8 million

henryinteriors.com

Home accent specialist, established in 2018. Key suppliers are Century Furniture, Highland House and Universal Furniture for accent furniture; Loloi for area rugs; John-Richard, Interlude Home and Worlds Away for decorative accessories; Visual Comfort and John-Richard for lamps/lighting; Leftbank Art and Shadow Catchers for wall décor; Ann Gish and Loloi for soft goods. Attends Dallas Total Home & Gift Market and High Point Market. Merchandises in vignettes that provide a clean and fresh feeling in the store. Best retail idea has been investing time and money into social media and also having a knowledgeable sales staff.

In their own words

What sets you apart from others in your market?

Our store is a fresh and clean feeling. We

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