The first Houston location of the trendy national home design store in Rice
Local fans of stylish and functional modern home designs – which don’t break the bank – are in luck. A nationwide furniture brand is moving to Rice Village, just in time for summer shopping.
Urban and chic furniture store CB2 – the sister store of the behemoth Crate and Barrel – is set to open its first Houston store in Rice Village in June, the company said. The 10,084 square foot space will be located at 2414 University Blvd., suite # 130.
In addition to browsing products, shoppers can look forward to in-store events, shop online from the comfort of their homes and collect in-store, and consult with CB2’s design specialists during in-store consultations and on the spot.
“We see Houston as a city that celebrates creativity and culture – what we identify with as a company and in our creations,” Ryan Turf, president of CB2, said in a statement. “Over the past few years, we have experienced continued growth in the region, both for our customers and for design professionals. Opening a brick and mortar in a historic shopping district like Rice Village allows us to connect even more with the city, add another layer of access for customers in the Houston area we already know, and build a new network of services for Houston. trade professionals in-store and online. “
Aimed at a young and fashionable mindset and demographic, CB2 offers specially selected designs, furniture and accessories. New outpost joins current tenants of Rice Village house and design West Elm and Lovesac.
“We are delighted that another brand is opening its first Houston location at Rice Village,” said Morgan Lera, of Rice Management Company. “Our mix of premier locations, experiential brands and beloved local merchants is what continues to make Rice Village an iconic shopping and dining district within walking distance. CB2 aligns well with Rice Village’s standards and values as they understand the importance of building lasting relationships with customers and the surrounding community. “