Wisteria, a home furnishings store with a location in Inwood Village and an outlet in Farmers Branch, is going out of business.
The company had a strong local following. It officially announced the closing on its website Monday without explanation, the Dallas Morning News reported. Wisteria reopened a little less than a month ago and then suddenly switched to a going-out-of-business sale, the publication said.
The founders Andrew and Shannon Newsom sold their company to U.K.-based OKA Direct Ltd. in 2018. The goal was to slowly spread the Wisteria brand; a third location opened in Houston.
Wisteria’s website said that they are “unable to predict an exact closing date for our website and stores,” but the company encourages shoppers to shop online or in stores in the meantime.
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After 19 rewarding years, our journey is coming to an end. Wisteria.com, along with our retail stores and outlet, will soon be closing down permanently. . From day one, our customers have been at the heart of everything we do, and we have loved nothing more than sharing our globally curated offerings and exclusive designs with you. . Before we go, we invite you to enjoy incredible discounts on all your favorite Wisteria finds. Click the link in our bio to shop our Going Out of Business Sale!
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