It appears that Manchester will finally have its very own H&M Home store from this spring.
Hoardings for the popular homeware brand have appeared in the Trafford Centre teasing its arrival in the coming months.
The high street staple launched its own range of homeware back in 2009, which is now sold in shops across the country.
There are already H&M Home presences in London, Birmingham, Liverpool and Leeds, to name a few, some as stand-alone stores and others as dedicated home departments inside larger H&M stores.
And now, after years of asking, Mancs will finally be able to browse its amazing homewares in the flesh.
The Trafford Centre’s H&M closed at the end of November for a refit, and is set to reopen soon with an H&M Home inside, the shopping centre confirmed.
H&M said that the new store will focus on customer experience and sustainability.
The Swedish brand is working to create a ‘bespoke interior look and feel’.
Toni Galli, country manager for H&M UK and Ireland said: “We are super excited to be offering our customers a brand new store at the Trafford Centre this Spring.
“Our aim is to offer our customers a modern and meaningful shopping experience were style, creativity and culture are celebrated, and we are confident that our new store at the Trafford Centre will offer exactly this.
“We cannot wait to share more details with our customers soon!”
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