Dutchmans opens store in Merinos complex
Furniture Today Staff -- Furniture Today, October 3, 2012
MOORESVILLE, N.C. - Eclectic home furnishings retailer Dutchmans has opened an 18,000-square-foot showroom within the Merinos Home Furnishings Warehouse complex here.
According to a release, Dutchmans is known for colorful furniture and custom designs, reflecting the tastes of owner and furniture designer Stephanie Nieuwendijk with "furniture, accessories and lighting for casual living, with a focus on flair and originality."
"Our goal is for people to get real enjoyment from their furniture and to create rooms they love to be in," she said in the release.
Lines include hand-made mahogany tables, dressers, desks and other pieces from The Bramble Co., for which Nieu wendijk is the designer; hand painted furniture from Steven Shell; and upholstery, sofas and chairs from Rowe Furniture and Robin Bruce.
The store, in a portion of the former 1.1 million-square foot textile mill that Merinos is converting into retail space, is Dutchmans' third location, joining stores in Highlands, N.C., and St. Simons, Ga.
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