Source, Philly Voice, Virginia Streva
The website that makes “home shopping easy” is making it possible for area residents to purchase home goods in person. Wayfair, one of the world’s largest online retailers for home decor, is opening a temporary pop-up shop in the King of Prussia Mall.
The Wayfair Décor & Inspiration Shop will be open Aug. 1 through Oct. 31. So, it’s perfect timing for any back-to-school, college dorm room needs.
“The Wayfair Decor & Inspiration Shop will provide our customers a place to go for home ideas and inspiration, as well as the chance to shop over 250 budget-friendly and eclectic decor items to purchase in-shop for the first time ever,” Courtney Lawrie, Wayfair’s director of brand marketing, said in an emailed press release.
The Wayfair pop-up at King of Prussia Mall is one of four the company is launching around the country, including stores in Schaumburg, Illinois; Durham, North Carolina; and Fairfax, Virginia. These brick-and-mortar stores follow the home décor website’s holiday pop-up in Paramus, New Jersey last year.
Based in Boston, Wayfair has plans to open its first retail store this fall in Natick, Massachusetts.