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Moe’s Home Collection Announces New Flagship Store in Seattle

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Moe’s Home Collection, the North American retailer and wholesaler, best known for its modern and contemporary furniture and home décor, has announced the opening of their new American flagship location at 1023 1st Avenue, downtown Seattle. The grand opening is set for September 4th, 2020, just in time for the long weekend. This news comes in at a close second alongside the launch of their new transactional website, set to be live early September.

Their Seattle showroom will house Moe’s Home products across all categories and design styles, including Scandinavian, modern, mid-century modern, contemporary, industrial, rustic, art deco, and retro varieties. This will be their sixth location across the USA, including licensee stores and warehouses in Alaska, South Dakota, New York, and Washington state. Customers coast to coast can benefit from fast delivery and fulfillment due to their shipping warehouses in New Jersey and Kent, WA. Now, they have an additional showroom and store to view all core

collections and new product introductions. After a 15-year presence in Seattle, Moe’s Seattle location will continue to offer the superior shopping experience that their customers know and love.

“We are thrilled to be back in Seattle. We’ve had a presence in Seattle for over 15 years with 4 stores in various areas, including our licensee store in Bellevue, WA, as well as our central distribution hub, which allows us to offer the fastest delivery across state lines. We are especially excited about this new location. We love the neighborhood, the atmosphere, and the building itself.” – Sara Samieian, President of Retail Division

The location. Within the last historic trio of neighboring architecture, built in 1900-1901 & modeled after the Italian Renaissance Revival movement by Max Umbrecht, Moe’s Home will be calling the magnificent North East corner their flagship’s home. The building is, in fact, the same site of the prominent Z.C Miles & Piper Company, a home furnishings store that began in Seattle in 1870 & lists on the National Register of Historic Places & Seattle City Landmarks. Moe’s Home is humbly excited and proud to be bringing history back full circle with its wide range of furnishings and décor.

Peeled back in time with its beautiful exposed red brick walls, high ceilings, wooden beams and pillars, this significant building is set in a spirited neighborhood best described by its independent merchants and arts venues. Found between old-town, Pioneer Square and the Pike Place Market, this building is a stone’s throw away from the Seattle Art Museum, Olympic Sculpture Park, Benaroya Hall, and Seattle’s beautiful waterfront. This distinguished brand has undoubtedly found its ideal place to situate in such a diverse, world-class city.

The soft opening of their Seattle store is set for a few days after the unveiling of Moe’s Home’s fully updated transactional website. This new site will be offering improved functionality, brand new product introductions, and all the tools for a smoother shopping experience. Opening to the public on September 4th, with all precautionary COVID measures in place, Moe’s Home on 1st Avenue will be offering 20% storewide over the long weekend, as well as a chance to win up to $1000 for in-store purchasing. Swing by Seattle, you won’t be disappointed. There’s always something new, something thoughtful, and invigorating for you at Moe’s Home.


About Moe’s Home Collection: Creative expression, quality products, innovative and unique pieces – Moe’s Home Collection is design made simple. For over thirty years, our family-owned business has dedicated our time to enriching our customers’ lives by transforming their everyday living space into their dream oasis with design and passion. For more information, visit www.moeshomecollection.com.

 

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