Thursday, February 11, 2016

West Elm is opening in King of Prussia

A new home furnishing retailer is opening in the Philly area.

West Elm is opening in King of Prussia

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A new home furnishing retailer is opening in the Philly area.

West Elm will open a store at the King of Prussia Mall on Thursday, May 16. This is the second West Elm location in Pa., the first opened in 2005 at 13th and Chestnut Streets in Center City.

“We’ve been eyeing a location in King of Prussia for awhile and are excited the opening is finally here, ” said Jim Brett, president of the company. “It is so important for our associates in King of Prussia to connect with causes and organizations that are meaningful to their community and we are thrilled in this case to partner with Main Line Animal Rescue.”

The new store will open with Summer furniture offerings. Think outdoor patios, summertime grilling and parties on roof decks! KoP will also house "West Elm Green" products, as well as a team of home stylists who can pretty-up your places.

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The retailer will be located on the lower level of The Court. 

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