Lamar County residents flocked to Oak & Ivy Furnishings’s grand opening Saturday, attempting out the group’s stylish and inexpensive furnishings choices. The shop, open Thursday by Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., thinks it has what it takes to beat out native furnishings giants.
The enterprise supplies a contemporary spin every week, bringing a brand new showroom to life. No furnishings piece is ever duplicated, and as soon as bought, it’s gone. The shop additionally encompasses a digital showroom, presently accessible on its Fb web page — Oak & Ivy Furnishings. It’s additionally within the strategy of constructing an internet site which can quickly be printed.
The small enterprise, independently owned by couple Austin Bogle and Mary Kirby, affords inexpensive costs that beat others within the native space, Bogle stated.
“(It’s priced) under common. Our stock we now have in retailer goes to be at 50% off what you’ll see on-line for a lot of merchandise. We don’t have loopy excessive costs. We’re very reasonable. We don’t have an entire lot of items greater than 1,000 kilos. Every thing in right here could be very straightforward to buy so far as how a lot you’re going to spend. We satisfaction ourselves on having the ability to have anyone be capable to get a extremely cool piece of furnishings for his or her home and never break the financial institution,” Bogle stated.
Kirby obtained the concept for the shop when she was trying to find distinctive furnishings of her personal.
“We got here up with the concept as a result of we’re constructing a home proper now in Paris. And I like to buy, and I like to brighten my home, and so I used to be like, the place can I’m going to get my stylish couches and funky accent chairs and be capable to change them out and never have the identical piece of furnishings my entire life, and so I simply form of began wanting round and determined that I ought to do it myself,” Kirby stated.
The furnishings retailer is positioned at 1236 North Fundamental in Paris, Texas and shall be open to patrons every weekend.