RH Seattle, The Gallery at University Village Opens November 18

Posted on November 16, 2016, 11:30 am
2 mins

Restoration Hardware (RH) at University Village is revealing a big change on Friday, November 18 at 11am. No longer a single-level retail space, RH Seattle, The Gallery at University Village opens as an artful, four-level, 60,000-square foot design wonderland. Miami, Boston, Denver and other cities have seen this new generation of RH appear. Each looks more like a residential building than a storefront, and is set to court its professional customer base with a different kind of retail experience. With local architecture and climate in mind, RH features artistic installations of home furnishings in a gallery-like setting.

An entire floor is dedicated to RH Modern, with an integrated RH Contemporary Art Gallery. RH Seattle, The Gallery at University Village also includes an interactive Design Atelier, a professional workspace that allows customers, designers and architects to conceptualize and customize a home. The new space also has a Ben Soleimani Rug Showroom, as well as specialized galleries for window treatments, bed and bath linens and bath hardware.

The classic, contemporary architectural and design details are realized in grand scale, to make visitors to feel both inspired and relaxed. There is a garden terrace, decomposed granite courtyards and a grand double floating staircase. Look up to see a massive skylight and an installation of 22 Helix crystal chandeliers suspended 60 feet overhead.

The crowning jewel of the space is its Rooftop Park & Conservatory with mature white crepe myrtle trees and a display of the latest RH Outdoor collections. Come see it and get excited for your next decoration project or remodel.


RH, The Gallery at University Village Grand Opening

When: Friday, November 18, 2016, at 
11:00am

Where: RH Seattle, The Gallery at University Village (4645 26th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA 98105)

 

 

Lisa Cole is the fashion and style writer for Vanguard Seattle, and her work includes her monthly column, Wear It Out, in which she styles looks based on the monthly theme of the magazine. Cole also covers fashion news and events, runway shows and boutiques. She has her own fashion and lifestyle blog, www.westfultonstreet.com, and is a member of Independent Fashion Bloggers and Fashion Group International.