Scott Shuptrine Interiors Expands Again With New Furniture Gallery
BY BTL STAFF
Originally printed 1/20/2016 (Issue 2403 - Between The Lines News)
Royal Oak-based luxury furniture retailer Scott Shuptrine Interiors recently opened a new gallery inside Art Van Furniture in Shelby Township (14055 Hall Road, Shelby Charter Township), growing its store count to six stores in Michigan and one in Chicagoland to meet the increased demand for custom furnishings and interior design services.
The Scott Shuptrine name has a rich history of standing for a premium level of home furnishings and custom interior design. Scott Shuptrine Interiors makes its luxury designs accessible for today's dcor enthusiasts and prides itself on providing trend-setting themes to partner with contemporary, traditional, eclectic and transitional interiors for a modern living approach. Scott Shuptrine was founded in 1927 and purchased by Art Van Furniture in 1987.
Scott Shuptrine Interiors debuted its second design lab inside Art Van, featuring exclusive collections by Bernadette, Century Furniture, Theodore Alexander, Vanguard, Highland House, Curations Limited and Hooker Furniture.
"There's a great demand for high end home furnishings and interior design services," says Jeanette McNamara, director of Scott Shuptrine Interiors. "We're continually encouraged by our customers to bring our exclusive luxury brands and personalized shopping experience to more communities like Shelby Township."
"Scott Shuptrine Interiors has brought a premium level of home furnishings and service to both Michigan and Illinois, making world-renowned interior design accessible for today's discerning home decor buyer," says Art Van Elslander, founder and chairman of Art Furniture. "We're thrilled with the success of Scott Shuptrine's relaunch and eager to open more new locations in Michigan and beyond."
This year, Scott Shuptrine Interiors also opened its first standalone gallery in Grosse Pointe, and a more than 10,000 square foot gallery within Art Van Furniture in Downers Grove, Illinois. Each gallery employs a team of professional interior designers who provide a complimentary interior design consultation.
Keeping the community apprised of the latest design and entertaining tips and trends, Scott Shuptrine Interiors also hosts free monthly design classes called Trending with Scott's at all galleries. The classes are open to the pubic and scheduled at convenient times that cater to each community. Attendees are treated to refreshments and a free gift. The classes are free and open to the public. Please register to attend at http://www.scottshuptrine.com.
Scott Shuptrine Interiors is a division of Art Van Furniture. For more information, visit http://www.scottshuptrine.com.
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