Calma House opens a large format store in the heart of Barcelona – Interior decoration

The leading textile brand for home decor, Calma House, recently opened a new store nationwide. It is a large-format store located in the L’Illa Diagonal Shopping Center in Barcelona.

According to Maria Manchón, co-founder and CEO of Calma House: “One of our main goals for 2024 is to operate with larger establishments located in strategic high-traffic areas. That’s why having a large-format store in the L’Illa Diagonal Shopping Center was important for us. With the latest openings, we hope to increase our revenue by 30% to 40% in the current fiscal year and exceed five million euros.”

The company plans to open a new store during the first half of the year, and two more during the second half, adding to the 11 stores they already have open: 5 in Barcelona city, 3 in Barcelona province (Mataró, Sant Cugat del Vallès, and Sitges), 1 in Girona city, 1 in Girona province (Palafrugell), and 1 in the Balearic Islands (Ibiza).

The public that attended the opening of the new Calma House store in Barcelona were able to see firsthand the new items from their Spring-Summer 2024 Catalog.

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A new collection has been designed through five different trending decorating styles so that each customer can choose the one that best suits their home or hotel establishment decoration: natural, boho-eclectic, Mediterranean, rustic, and industrial. The new Catalog also includes a range of new timeless basics and a kids’ collection, designed for the little ones in the house.

Each style features different textile items and new product ranges such as cushions, bags, rugs, bedspreads, tablecloths, towels, blinds, small furniture, lamps, tableware, and much more.

Mediterranean Essence

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The creations from Calma House convey the warmth that characterizes the Mediterranean, its environment, and its climate, through its materials, colors, and prints. Their designs, ‘made in Barcelona,’ bring a breath of fresh air to our home and remind us that our home is our temple. An oasis where time stands still and where we feel comfortable.

The collections are crafted with high-quality natural materials (80%) in an artisanal way and are guided by principles of social and environmental responsibility. The company works with partners who uphold these values and holds international certifications such as GoodWeave, Amfori, and BCI.

Source: Opendeco, decoration news in Spanish

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