Portland, Ore. — Rejuvenation, a portfolio brand of Williams-Sonoma, Inc., has opened a new store in Cary, N.C. Located in the Fenton Shopping Center, the new Rejuvenation store is the 12th retail location for the Portland, Ore.-based lighting, hardware and home furnishings company — and the first location in the state of North Carolina.
In addition to showcasing Rejuvenation’s assortment of furniture, textiles and one-of-a-kind vintage finds, the new 5,900-square-foot store will showcase more than 240 light fixtures and 40 collections of hardware designed for cabinets, doors, windows and outdoor spaces. Rejuvenation store associates will be available to provide design and lighting expertise to customers visiting the Cary, N.C., store, which also offers complimentary interior design services.
“Rejuvenation is thrilled to continue to expand our retail footprint to North Carolina,” says Aujsha Taylor, senior vice president of Rejuvenation. “Our stores are inspiring showrooms full of our curated lighting, hardware and furniture collections all carefully crafted to elevate our customers’ residential and commercial design projects.”
For more information, visit www.rejuvenation.com/cary.
Rejuvenation was founded in 1977 in Portland, Ore., as an architectural salvage, lighting and hardware restoration shop. Today, the company is the premier provider of timeless designs for all areas of the home and every home improvement project. A member of the Williams-Sonoma, Inc. family of brands, Rejuvenation has 12 retail stores in Portland, Ore.; Seattle; Los Angeles; Berkeley, Calif.; San Diego; Atlanta; Chicago; New York City; Costa Mesa, Calif.; Houston; Edina, Minn.; and Cary, N.C.
Williams-Sonoma, Inc.’s family of brands include Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, Pottery Barn Teen, West Elm, Williams Sonoma Home, Rejuvenation, Mark and Graham, and GreenRow. The company operates in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom; it also has unaffiliated franchisees that operate stores in the Middle East, the Philippines, Mexico, South Korea and India.
SOURCE: Williams-Sonoma, Inc.