Custom furniture brand Interior Define makes its A-town debut, and it’s giving MTV Cribs something worth talking about.
Color us old-fashioned, but there’s just something about shopping in-person that can’t be beat. Don’t get us wrong, we obviously can't live without online shopping and the many conveniences that come in tow, but when it comes to big-ticket items like furniture, it’s the real thing or nothing. Luckily, Interior Define (@interiordefine) understood the assignment, opening a 9,000-square-foot-plus pop-up at Buckhead Village to give design-obsessed Atlantans (guilty!) a taste of what’s to come later this year. "We noticed how challenging it was for customers to shop for high-quality, customizable furniture online and decided to create a more accessible and affordable experience for our customers," shares Jill John, chief customer officer. The temporary showroom houses more than 20 of the brand’s customizable living room sets, including highly coveted items like the Tatum U-sectional and Hollis metal-framed upholstered chairs, with design experts ready and waiting to bring your Pinterest boards to life. As for what to expect at Interior Define’s debut Atlanta showroom? Well, all that and more. "This store will showcase 80% of our product assortment on the floor, so customers will be able to see, feel and test not only customizable upholstery, but also a wide range of products from our newer collections, including dining, lighting and decor," adds John. Time to get to work—your Barbie Dream House awaits.