Clients can furnish their entire home with quality furniture in one visit with everything from sofas to dishes, without breaking the bank
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 18, 2011
Bobby Berk announces the opening of his newest 8,000 square foot store at 805 Peachtree Street in the heart of Midtown Atlanta. This is the latest retail location for a signature brand that’s a fixture on Time Out NY “Top 10 Best Home Stores in New York City” list as well a valuable product resource on the past two season's of HGTV's Design Star. Bobby Berk Home brings a refreshing, city vibe to a landmark Atlanta building, synonymous with good design.
“Sophistication, love for design and a vibrant downtown not found in many American cities, makes for an inviting location for our third and largest store,” says Bobby Berk, company founder and creative director. “We are excited to be here welcoming old and new friends. Many of our New York clients spend time in Atlanta and are excited to know that they can now find the same high-quality, affordable furnishings and home decor as well here in Atlanta.”
The 2-story store’s distinctive décor features a mix of texture and color with industrial-style concrete floors and stainless steel fitments, complemented by rich walnut plank walls, and bright orange accents. Bobby’s partnership with Canadian furniture manufacture, Gus* Modern continues to grow stronger with the addition of Gus* Modern’s first Flagship Studio which will be the only store in the world where you can see the entire Gus Modern line all under one roof. Together, the varied elements create a fitting backdrop for the latest in modern furniture and home accessories. Most all of Bobby and Gus Modern’s upholstery will be in-stock in the store or is a part of their Quick-Ship program for their customers who just can’t wait the typical lead time at most furniture stores. Last, but not least, Gus Modern’s furniture is fully FSC Certified showing Bobby Berk’s commitment to the environment without sacrificing design.
Whether furnishing one room or an entire loft, condo or single-family home, Bobby Berk Home offers shoppers an enticing range of modern and mid-century modern merchandise. For example, the Jane Bi-sectional has a chaise (in stock) which moves from side to side to suit any space. The store’s wall of stunning, brightly colored pillows from Bholu and DwellStudio proclaim instant pizazz along with enchanting Voluspa candles, dishes, bedding and other original room accessories. Rugs, lighting and artwork from noted designers, as well as fun objects such as their “Queen Of Love” outdoor chair that are currently on BRAVO TV’s Mad Fashion, make Bobby Berk Home a treasure trove of exciting design.
The store boasts two dedicated Design Consultants – Barry Strain and Kelli Andrews. Both bringing their own talent and flair, enhanced by know how gained in the showrooms of leading designers.
Everything about shopping at Bobby Berk Home is designed to make the experience gratifying, especially for first time home buyers. Clients can furnish their entire home with quality furniture in one visit with everything from sofas to dishes, without breaking the bank. Bobby also works with leading developers and real estate firms furnishings model homes and offering complete furniture packages for buyers and anyone preparing a property for rental. Bobby’s model homes can be found in luxe buildings in New York and Miami including the famous Canyon Ranch Resort, Residence and Spa in Miami Beach, FL.
Designer and artist Bobby Berk served as a visual director for Restoration Hardware as well as creative director for Portico Bed & Bath before opening his first store four years ago in the SoHo district of New York City. His near future expansion plans include additional stores in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Houston.
Bobby Berk Home Atlanta is located at 805 Peachtree Street in the heart of Midtown with ample parking in their private lot next door.
Store Hours: Monday – Sunday 10am – 8pm
Telephone: 1-866-965-9793 e-mail: atlanta(at)bobbyberkhome(dot)com
For further information visit http://www.bobbyberkhome.com