At Home superstore opens in Lee’s Summit and is entrance to Olathe
April 10, 2015 - garden totes
The perfect distance of Lee’s Summit’s new At Home superstore got a courtesy of consumers pushing by on Missouri 291 this week.
Jan Hostetler had worked in a nursing home attention for 35 years and now decorates nursing homes as a volunteer. She stopped in anticipating to find musical pieces for a new coffee emporium during one area nursing home and At Home had them — including a block of design display a bubbling crater of coffee and a difference Cafe Latte and Espresso.
But grass seat also held Hostetler’s eye, so she’ll be behind to do a small selling for her home.
“It’s big, though it is really good organized,” pronounced Hostetler, of Lee’s Summit.
The home taste superstore, formed in Plano, Texas, took over an 87,000-square-foot former Kmart during 601 N. Missouri 291 in late 2014 and, after an extraneous and interior remodeling, it had a soothing opening Apr 2.
A new home taste store, At Home, is now open in Lee’s Summit. The store facilities art, wall decor, curtains, textiles, seat and a vast anniversary shop. The 89,000 block feet store is located during 601 N. Missouri 291, in a former Sears and Kmart location.
Its grand opening Friday enclosed a badge cutting. The giveaways start during 9 a.m. Saturday, with a initial 20 business receiving $200 At Home present cards and 250 people receiving giveaway receptacle bags.
A vast cube of a store is clinging to anniversary items, that now embody grass furniture, garden taste and Fourth of Jul decorations — from a soaring Uncle Sam tip shawl to red, white and blue bunting — and “pillows, lots and lots of pillows,” pronounced one clearly confused shopper after she spied quarrel after quarrel of outside pillows.
At Home says it sets a stores detached by only such extent and abyss of home taste products, some-more than 50,000 equipment during “everyday low prices.” That includes 600 styles and sizes of rugs, a mistake marble-topped dining room table, tufted sofas, storage cabinets that resemble aged Phillips 66 gas pumps, lamps, shelving and racks, a quarrel of mirrors, pottery, bedding, drinkware and dinnerware like a three-piece set with a characters from a Disney strike “Frozen.”
Customers pronounced partial of a fun was spending time acid a aisles to check out all a offerings. But At Home pronounced it organizes those aisles in such a approach that a patron with only a few mins to emporium can fast find an item.
At Home has 85 stores in 22 states. This is a fourth store in Missouri. Its initial Kansas store is scheduled to open in Olathe in late May — a 104,000-square-foot store in a former Kmart during 2000 E. Santa Fe. A Wichita store is scheduled to open after this year.
At Home Group Inc. before operated underneath a name Garden Ridge, that was founded in 1979. Garden Ridge non-stop a store in Independence in 1999, though a association sealed a store after a failure reorder in 2004.
In 2014, it spent $20 million rebranding and redecorating a stores to a new At Home brand.
At Home is open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday by Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday.