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Rejuvenation opens 10th store

November 19, 2018

Williams-Sonoma, Inc., opened its 10th Rejuvenation store, in Houston’s Uptown Park. Rejuvenation is a Portland, Ore.–based designer, manufacturer and retailer of lighting, hardware and home goods.

Rejuvenation, Houston

The new location, about three miles from Houston’s Design Center, boasts some 5,100 square feet of retail and showroom space for the brand’s collection of handcrafted lighting, hardware, furniture and textiles, along with one-of-a-kind antique and vintage finds that span decades of design trends. Customers can browse and customize about 500 lighting fixtures — the largest collection that Rejuvenation has installed in any store to date.

Rejuvenation, Costa Mesa, Calif.

“We’ve been partnering with customers on projects in Texas for more than 40 years,” said Ryan Ross, a Rejuvenation executive vice president, in a press release. “We are thrilled to call Houston home to our first showroom in the state and eager to further share our designs with local customers, architects, designers and contractors.”

Rejuvenation, Costa Mesa, Calif.

The Houston store team will focus on building partnerships with those in the community renovating their own spaces as well as with design professionals. Whether remodeling a bathroom or lighting large-scale commercial spaces, the team will guide customers from inspiration to installation.

Rejuvenation, Costa Mesa, Calif.

Antiques restoration is at the core of the brand, Ross says, so it is fitting that Rejuvenation should open up shop nearer the 50-year-old Round Top antiques fair, where the brand has been sourcing antiques and vintage pieces for years. 

Rejuvenation offers in-home design consultations and sells its products by catalog. As for stores, besides operating in its home city of Portland and now in this Houston store, Rejuvenation has stores also in Seattle and in California (Berkeley, Costa Mesa, Los Angeles and Palo Alto), as well as in Atlanta, Chicago and New York City.

By Brannon Boswell

Executive Editor/SCT

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