Bluebellgray's First Retail Shop Opening In Glasgow

Bluebellgray is opening its very first bricks and mortar store in Glasgow. The international brand with Glasgow roots has chosen Hyndland in the West End as the perfect place to showcase their colourful, modern and joyful interior products. The shop is located on Hyndland Road, in the beautiful old Art Deco, former bank building. It has been an exciting, full renovation project for the Bluebellgray team and the new store will open its doors on Saturday the 28th April 2018. 

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In addition to stocking signature Bluebellgray cushions, fabrics and wallpapers, the shop will also stock an edited selection of eclectic, sourced decor items and rugs from around the world. The emphasis on the shop is to offer a warm and welcoming shopping experience with free interiors and colour advice available by appointment. 

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The beautifully designed store will also offer a curated gallery space with original paintings by Bluebellgray founder Fi Douglas available for sale. Having sold prints very successfully for many years, the gallery will be the only place original paintings by Fi can be viewed and bought - an exciting new offering to the Glasgow art scene! 

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Founder and owner of Bluebellgray Fi Douglas says: β€œI truly believe in the importance of keeping the independent high street alive, and living in a digital age I think it is more relevant than ever to give customers a unique, special and personal experience when they choose to shop in person. We are bucking the trend by being an online retailer who is now branching out into a physical store, but I really believe there is a magic in real life shopping and the joy of discovering and falling in love with a special item in person will never get old. I want our store to feel welcoming and happy, somewhere where customers can come and discover the uplifting power of bringing colour into your home” 

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