TAMPA, Fla. – Arhaus, a family-owned home furnishings company specializing in artisan-crafted furniture and home goods, is opening a new location at International Plaza and Bay Street in Tampa.
“We are thrilled to bring the Arhaus retail experience to Tampa,” said John Reed, CEO and co-founder of Arhaus. “Through another exciting design partnership with Philip Michael Brown Studio, Tampa’s storefront and exterior facades elicit the same timeless character as our handmade, artisan-crafted products, all while maintaining our commitment to sustainability and using reclaimed materials as much as we can.”
The 14,000-square-foot space embodies the design quality and craftsmanship of the Arhaus products, according to designer Philip Michael Brown.
“The newest contemporary contextual store design in Tampa is another example of the company’s commitment to high-quality craftsmanship, natural materials and an intentional design approach to enhance public spaces,” said Brown.
In celebration of the Tampa grand opening, Arhaus will be donating $10,000 to the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in partnership with Children’s Miracle Network.
Founded in 1986 in Cleveland, Ohio by Jack and John Reed, the company has a mission to design and build unique, high-quality home furnishings while sustaining natural resources and giving back whenever possible. The brothers also made a commitment to using sustainably sourced, recycled and reclaimed materials and therefore work directly with artisans and workshops to craft its products.
Arhaus offers complimentary design services through a team of design consultants, with the capabilities to conduct in-person or virtual consultations.
The company’s newest location joins the more than 70 current locations nationwide and is located at 2223 N. Westshore Blvd.