One Kings Lane to open 1st bricks & mortar store

Southampton location will operate from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day

New York – One Kings Lane plans to summer in the Hamptons.

The online home furnishings retailer, now owned by Bed Bath & Beyond, will open its first bricks & mortar store in Southampton on Memorial Day weekend. The store will set up in the former Rogers Memorial Library at 11 Jobs Lane and will remain open through Labor Day weekend.

Southampton One Kings Lane locationThe One Kings Lane store will be located in the former Rogers Memorial Library at 11 Jobs Lane in Southampton, NY.

The store aims to create “an immersive lifestyle experience” by displaying products in a realistic setting. The assortment will include exclusive furnishings and the one-of-a-kind vintage pieces.

In addition, the store will offer the retailer’s complimentary in-house design service, The Studio at One Kings Lane. Customers will be able to book one-on-one appointments at OneKingsLane.com, which will match them with a designer after answering a few basic questions.www.onekingslane.com

One Kings Lane will also present collaborative partnerships, interactive events, and designer pop-ups at the store over the summer.

“Opening our first street-level physical retail location is a major step for One Kings Lane in our mission to help our customers live their personal style, and we are thrilled to be able to do so in such an iconic summer destination,” said Debbie Propst, president of One Kings Lane.

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