PARK CITY, Utah — Arhaus, an artisan-crafted home decor company, will be opening a new studio in Park City on 675 Main Street. The location is set to open on November 11, and will be Arhaus’ first Utah retail location.
John Reed, CEO and Co-Founder of Arhaus, said the following about becoming a part of the Park City commercial landscape:
“We’re thrilled to bring the Arhaus experience to Park City – a place that shares our appreciation for timeless design and the beauty found in nature – and we’re proud to join the landscape of inspiring businesses that serve the local community. Our Studio locations embody our longstanding commitments to customization and best-in-class service, and we look forward to collaborating closely with clients in Park City and the wider Wasatch Back region to help them curate homes they love.”
Arhaus differentiates itself from other home decor and furniture stores by focusing on creating a more “intimate” experience, according to their press release. This means that the Park City storefront will have a smaller showroom than most similar stores and a “white-glove” level of customer service. Arhaus storefronts also include 3D room-planning software and touchscreen monitors for customers to visualize how a purchase may look in a 3D space.
Arhaus could be a good fit for Park City’s unique culture; the company has committed to plant 15,000 trees across the U.S. to offset their carbon and resource footprint. To do so, they have partnered with American Forests, the oldest nonprofit conservation organization in the country that focuses on creating forests all around the country.