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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A pair of national home décor retailers are moving into the Paddock Shops here according to reports from the Louisville Business Journal.
West Elm and Pottery Barn are scheduled to enter the shopping center at 4055 Summit Plaza Drive. Pottery Barn is moving from Mall St. Matthews while West Elm is opening its first location in Louisville.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — At Home is opening here at the site of a shuttered Lowe’s Home Improvement store according to reports from The Mercury News.
The report says the store, which is slated to open later this month, is the first in the Bay Area and is located at 75 Newhall Drive in the Coleman Landings retail center.
BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Clic, a home décor and book store is opening at 85 Lafayette Ave. in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene neighborhood according to the borough’s Brownstoner publication.
The store is located in the former location of Bird, which shuttered all of its stores in January. It’s Clic’s fourth New York location and ninth overall.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. — A Home Accents Today Retail Star is opening a new store concept here, according to reports from the Morning Call.
Plants + Vintage is opening on March 5 as part of a partnership between Steel City Plant Co. and Domaci, which was named a Retail Star in 2020. It will sell pet-friendly houseplants, home furnishings, gifts and more from its 551 Main St., suite 205 location.
TYRONE, Pa. — The Country Cabin, which specializes in rustic home décor, furniture, gifts and more this month according to The Daily Herald.
Owned and operated by Heather Caracciolo, the store is located at 908 Pennsylvania Ave.
ROCKPORT, Maine — A longtime retailer opened Gathering Thyme here according to the Penobscot Bay Pilot.
Winona Elmore, who had previously owned a flower business, opened the store on Feb. 6. It specializes in dried flowers, wreaths, bundles of herbs, repainted furniture, crafts, candles gifts, and more.
THE WOODLANDS, Texas — Lifestyle brand Tommy Bahama opened a Tommy Bahama Home store at Market Street in January according to Woodlands Online.
The 10,000-square-foot showroom, located at 9595 Six Pines Drive, Suite 1140, is the brand’s third home showroom concept. In addition to Tommy Bahama-branded décor and furniture, it also offers product from Lexington, Barclay Butera and more.