H&M Home is FINALLY opening a shop in Manchester city centre
At last – everyone’s favourite fashion-turned-homeware retailer, H&M Home, is opening a shop in Manchester city centre.
The Swedish retailer branched out into homeware several years ago, adding everything from plant pots and bedding to its huge collections of clothing and fashion accessories.
For ages, it was only available online, but then H&M refurbished its Trafford Centre shop and added in a section dedicated to its Home range.
And now it’s coming to the city centre too – and soon.
H&M recently closed the vast majority of its Market Street store to the public to undergo a big refurbishment, leaving a small ‘showroom’ space at the front.
This week it announced that the space will become an H&M Home showroom, where shoppers can browse their interiors range and the latest home decor collection.
The best bit? The first 100 members in the queue will receive a free H&M Home gift, and an exclusive offer for the full launch in winter.
There’s even new AR technology that will help shoppers visualise their living space with all their new goodies.
H&M said in a newsletter sent out to members: “You may have seen that our Market Street store is temporarily closed whilst we work on our new look and feel. But from 23rd September, you can head down to our H&M HOME showroom in the same location where you can scratch that interior design itch by shopping our latest home decor collection.
“The first 100 members in the queue will receive a free H&M HOME gift and an exclusive offer for the full launch in winter 2023. There’s even some exciting new AR technology to help you visualize your living space and enhance your shopping experience just that little bit more.
“If you’re looking for the rest of our assortment, you can find your nearest store in the Trafford Centre and we’re always open at hm.com.”
The H&M Home showroom will open on Market Street in Manchester city centre on 23 September.
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