Schoenfeld Interiors Unveils its Newest Store in Downtown Seattle
Furniture World Magazine
Schoenfeld's is best known for its high-level design services from its in-house interior design team, which includes customized design plans for consumers' homes.
Home furnishings retailer Schoenfeld Interiors, a leader in classic contemporary furniture in the Washington area, announced the grand opening of its new store in the historic Pioneer Square district. With their flagship store located in Bellevue, this will be Schoenfeld's second location in the state. The grand opening will be Friday, June 6.
The Schoenfeld family originally opened its doors in downtown Seattle back in 1868. Due to popular demand and the need for expansion, the store is making its return to the historic Pioneer Square district in a 10,000 square foot, three-story showroom. The building is the only art deco façade in the area, with its roots tracing back to the early 1900's, making this a unique landmark structure.
Partnering with over sixty different vendors, Schoenfeld Interiors carries high-end, luxurious lines such as American Leather, John Charles and Creative Elegance. Additionally, Schoenfeld's is best known for its high-level design services from its in-house interior design team, which includes customized design plans for consumers' homes.
The new store will be located at 115 South Jackson Street, right in the heart of one of Seattle's most celebrated spots. "Being a 5th generation Seattle resident, I am extremely excited to re-enter the market with this store and our design services," says Bob Schoenfeld, President. "With this showroom opening in the downtown area, we see this as a way to continue the heritage started by our family more than a century ago. It is truly an honor to be back."
Schoenfeld Interiors' flagship store is located in Bellevue, Washington at 11555 Northup Way.
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