By opening their newest store in Bristol, Loaf will look to bring their signature sofas, beds, furniture, lighting and accessories to shoppers in the West Country and Wales. The store will be located just off the M5 at Cribbs Causeway in the Patchway area of the city and will occupy a 5,000 square foot retail unit.
Designer brand Loaf like you to take your time when visiting one of their stores, or shacks as the company likes to call them. Their ethos is centred around relaxed, laid back furniture which you can enjoy and which makes you feel happy. The focus is on quality craftsmanship, with all their sofas built at their Long Eaton unit in the UK. The Bristol store will come with a mattress testing area, arcade games and an old school ice cream parlour. Slowrooms not showrooms is how they like to promote their store, creating an atmosphere where the customer feels relaxed and unhurried, just like their signature products.
Loaf provide an extensive range of designer home-ware products. From sofas, armchairs and beds of all descriptions, they can provide furniture for all rooms of the house. Whether you are after a new mattress, table, chairs, cupboard, storage, lamps or even a chandelier, Loaf have a full range to view. You can also shop for your household accessories, including rugs, cushions, bed linen, blankets, bean bags, curtains and blinds. By opening their new outlet in Bristol, Loaf will give residents in the West of England and Wales the chance to come and experience their designer products first hand.
Although Loaf invite you to come and explore life in the slow lane in their stores, the close proximity of the new Bristol store to Junction 17 off the M5 will provide fast and easy access for new visitors. Customers will be able to park outside the store and enjoy the relaxed environment within. Loaf is a fast growing company, employing around 200 staff, and by adding this new outlet in the cosmopolitan city of Bristol they can expect to open up their brand to many more people.
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