John Lewis set for Oxford Street roomset switch
John Lewis will reopen the home department of its flagship store in the autumn after a £14m revamp.
After being closed for eight months John Lewis will reopen the home department of its Oxford Street, London store in September.
It will feature 24 separate fully furnished rooms, following the introduction of roomset displays at its Horsham At Home store last month.
The chain says it will cover 94,000sqft over two floors and offer the largest number of home products of any store in the country.
‘Our customers are looking for a more inspiring in-store experience. We have responded with a visual and immersive experience at Oxford Street where the customer can be inspired by the latest in design as well as being offered advice and expertise by our partners,’ says Christine Kasoulis, John Lewis buying director for home.