Chennai gets new home decor concept store

The store which is Shoppers Stop Ltd’s first in the city, offers furniture and kitchen appliances from leading brands

Published: 06th April 2013 08:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th April 2013 08:11 AM   |  A+A-

Noted actor and television show host Divya Darshini inaugurated HomeStop, a premium home concept store at Phoenix Market City Mall at Velachery on Friday.

Spread over 12,500 sq ft, the store offers products in the home segment, including home adornments, bed and bath, kitchen appliances and accessories, furniture, carpets, to name a few. The store is a part of Shoppers Stop Ltd and their first in the city.

Also present on the occasion were customer care associate and MD of Shoppers Stop Ltd Govind Shrikhande, and customer care associate and COO (Home Division), Shoppers Stop Ltd, C K Nair. Speaking on the occasion, Shrikhande, said that the stop would meet the requirements of the evolving and growing realty scenario in Chennai. C K Nair added: “Reputed brands are available across every category to ensure that each customer’s living space is a reflection of their style statement. Our Chennai customers now have the ideal option to address all their home décor needs.”

Some of the brands that will be available at the store include Esprit, Portico, Spaces, Spirella, Interdesign, Blue Water, Progressive, Norpro, Umbra, Trideau, Joseph & Joseph, OXO, Lock & Lock, Corelle, Wham, Whitmore, Pasabache, Luminarc, Lucaris, Bohemia and Soul Flower.

In addition, customers can enroll with the ‘First Citizen Loyalty’ programme that offers exclusive privileges, such as redeemable points.

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