An official opening date hasn’t yet been confirmed but is likely to be in the next few weeks when customers will get their first peek inside the new store. Dowsing & Reynolds have already emblazoned their name around the unit to give shoppers a clear indication of their intentions, and the store will occupy a place opposite the Reiss store in the shopping mall.
Dowsing & Reynolds to pride themselves on providing luxurious finishing touches that incorporate quality and affordability. Customers can choose from a range of classic and contemporary light bulbs, cables, ceiling roses and bulb holders, and a diversity of hardware adds those all important details such as sockets, dimmer switches and cupboard door knobs amongst many other products on offer. The shop has historically been an online store, so the move to open the new store in the Victoria Quarter heralds a chance to show off the products and attract a new set of customers, and the company headquarters are also in Leeds which makes this the ideal location.
The original store grew from small beginnings which included concrete sculptures and vintage light bulbs and designers have been influenced by industrial and Scandinavian themes. The range has grown to such an extent that customers can choose lights to match their own style and taste - bespoke solutions mean that individuals can buy or create their own themes. New and old customers will no doubt be delighted by the range of lighting and hardware on sale when the new Dowsing & Reynoldsto store opens in the sophisticated setting of the Victoria Quarter in Leeds.
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