Last week I drove up to Thousand Oaks to check out the newest Arhaus
location on opening day and I shopped ’til I dropped! Well almost dropped, luckily there was a Chipotle right next door to keep me going. The new space is two full floors filled with, what I’ve come to learn are, pretty special pieces. Being opening day, there was quite a buzz in the air and all the employees were eager to help and tell the stories behind various pieces I was interested in. For example, I learned all about the Mexican artisan behind the hammered copper tables and how each one is hand hammered over 2,500 times!
The thing I like about Arhaus
(you may remember I got one of their sofa’s for the A-frame
) is that they don’t represent just one aesthetic. It is mix of many different styles, so my Arhaus sofa could be styled completely different and look just as at-home in someone else’s space. Here are a few things I came away from the shop loving.
Ming Chair // Brass Tray // Sheepskin Chair // Sheepskin // Upholstered Bench // Copper Pedestal Table // Brass Frame Chair // Hand Knotted Rug // Glass ball Vase // Emory Sectional // Slab Coffee Table
I could have camped out on that emory sectional all day and that sheepskin chair was pulling hard on my heart strings.
This post was created in collaboration with Arhaus. All thoughts, ideas, and furniture coveting are my own.