Widgets Magazine
  • Living Spaces files building plans

    As we were first to report in February, California furniture giant Living Spaces is planning a store in far north Oklahoma City.

    Earlier this week, the company filed their building permit application for a 138,000 square foot, $20 million store on the southeast corner of May and Memorial.

    Their plans reveal the intention to construct four custom-built houses inside the store to showcase different lifestyles to include Modern, Farmhouse, Spanish and Rustic. The Oklahoma City location will be one of the first in the chain with this feature and the first location in the state for Living Spaces.

    There will also be a play area for children.

    Living Spaces will hire approximately 100 non-commission employees and has a robust Internet site where a large number of items can be ordered directly.

    Design consultants will help families as they shop including celebrity collections like Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines, and items described as 'timeless and sophisticated' by Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent.

    Long popular in the Western U.S., Living Spaces promotes itself as a purveyor of stylish, diverse, and well-priced furniture and home décor.

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