After a successful decade in business, Altrincham-based homeware boutique Rose & Grey has expanded into a new 2,500 sq ft showroom.
The bigger showroom will mean that visitors can see more items from the collection than ever before, laid out in mini-rooms to provide inspiration.
Lyndsey Goodger launched Rose & Grey in 2008 with her husband Guy by selling a capsule collection of vintage leather furniture online.
Their store in Broadheath now stocks over 40 of the most sought-after brands with products ranging from velvet sofas to candles, and drinks trollies to faux flowers.
Acting as Cheshire’s home of quirky interiors, the Atlantic Street store now draws visitors from across the North of England.
Lyndsey Goodger said: “It is a very exciting year for Rose & Grey as we continue to grow the business ten years on from sourcing our first collection.
“We are proud to have extended our home in South Manchester and we look forward to meeting with and talking to even more of our customers who visit from all over the North West.”
The newly introduced sofa department, housing the brand’s bestsellers in their most popular colours, allows visitors to test out and imagine how they could use the furniture in their own home.
The expansion has not only increased the size of the showroom but it has also doubled the size of the head office and added an extension to the warehouse.