The 20,000-square-foot shop, the 84th location of the chain, opens at 10 a.m. today.
A big table, fully set with a Christmas focal point and holiday tableware, sits front and center, and seasonal products use up the majority of the very first third of the store. “Right now we remain in full vacation mode,” said Geri Offered, Dog Crate & & Barrel regional director.
But the concept isn’t just to benefit from holiday shopping madness. The business likewise wishes to help clients who might be having difficulty developing a style or style of their own.
“We are absolutely in the inspiration business,” said Victoria Lang, Dog Crate & & Barrel’s director of public relations. “What we stand out at is visual retailing, and it’s been very important because the creation of Cage & & Barrel in 1962.”
Like all Dog crate & & Barrel locations, the Downtown Summerlin website is created with simple colors, brick walls painted white and light-colored wood floor covering. The idea is to better highlight each display of home furnishings.
The emphasis on seasonal products in front soon paves the way to fully developed areas, organized to resemble bed room and living-room settings.
Tables, sofas, beds and decorative items are plainly featured. While Dog crate & & Barrel is not a warehouse store, Provided said mindful consumers can discover deals.
In addition to offering house items, the shop also uses style services and will help clients customize the couches and chairs and even check out customers’ homes for a small charge.