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Good news, West Elm fans: The home furnishings retailer (the sibling brand to Pottery Barn, Rejuvenation, Mark and Graham, and Williams-Sonoma) announced today that it's bringing its modern-meets-organic aesthetic to The Court at the King of Prussia Mall.
Located near Bloomingdale's, the 8,406-square-foot store will debut at 10am on Thursday, May 16 with some opening day incentives: With any $50 purchase, the first 300 shoppers will receive a free tote bag designed by local artist Jim Digiovanni. Better still, outdoor furniture and textiles—along with West Elm's complete garden assortment—will be 20% off. If you can't wait til May 16, enter the sweepstakes for a chance to win access to the store's private pre-opening celebration on May 15—and a gift card worth $2K. For more recent arrivals to the Philly retail scene, follow this link.
· West Elm [Official Site]
· Philly's 38 Best Home Decor and Furnishings Stores [Racked Philly]