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Hipster Home Moving to Bridge Street

Hipster Home, My Fox Philly's Hottest Housewares Store 2007 Award Winner, will have a new home come July 1st.

Says owner David Friday:
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On July 1st we will be moving our store to a new location at 237 Bridge Street just beneath Wolfgang Books. This new space will give us the space we need to expand into new products, more furniture, and more accessible shopping.

Our goal is to become a strong regional urban store for contemporary home furnishings. We are making strides to become a strong source for designers and architects needing contemporary furnishings to outfit their jobs with quality pieces. We have supplied a large investment firm on the main line with furnishings for their entry and waiting room and are now in negotiations with designers for a W Hotel being developed in Boston. The point is we are moving in the right direction and hope to continue this forward movement and reach beyond our goals.

The store will not change much in our new location, initially, but soon after we are planning on expanding our product lines into more furniture, housewares, kitchenwares and contemporary home audio systems.

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to call or stop by the store (610-917-0121).
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Best of luck to David and co. at their new location!

Comments

Dave said…
Thanks Jim, I appreciate the post and the publicity. I invite any of your members to stop in the new store and see what we are all about. Being local borough dwellers that love our town I can tell you we are a hardworking, honest business that wants to be a positive influence in Phoenixville. Hope to see you all soon.

Cheers!
Dave Friday
Hipster Home
Nate said…
Now you can get the latest books at Wolfgang's and modern shelves or coffee table at Hipster's. That's one-stop shopping.
Anonymous said…
Awesome!

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