Favorite Store Alert: Arhaus

I am sure many of you have heard of Arhaus before. Arhaus is an amazing furniture & home decor company that creates beautiful things for the home & office. Well, I ┬áhave forever dreamed over their catalogs, drooled over photos, & have been inspired by them from afar because I had never been to one of their stores before. Well, this past weekend the hubs and I went on a little getaway to Raleigh, NC. While we were there I got to visit an Arhaus location! I can not tell you how beautiful the store was. I was wishing that I had my camera with me, but alas It was me & my phone & I was so in awe of everything I was seeing I didn’t take the time to take any photos. I was so inspired that I had to blog about it today to share the inspiration with you. I found some Arhaus store photos from their websites & I shared them below. Mr. LMB & I got so many ideas for our Michigan home & we even picked out some furniture pieces. If you don’t know anything about Arhaus, it’s a high end furniture & home store that has handcrafted pieces that are one of a kind to their stores. The quality of their pieces are amazing & they make their furniture to be used & not just pieces to look at. Durable frames & fabrics, slipcovers, & much more. One of their main goals is to build furniture that lasts generations. I love that! I could go on about how much I love Arhaus, but you can go to their website to read more & check out the photos & videos below to find out more & get inspired. I simply googled Arhaus to pull some photos from their store locations and catalogs…




Arhaus – Store Experience from Arhaus Furniture on Vimeo.

Do you love Arhaus as much as I do? Even though the husband and I have talked about buying a few staple pieces for our next home from Arhuas, a lot of things can be pricey, but I recommend browsing for inspiration, ideas, & to find those quality pieces that you use daily in your home. What do you think of Arhuas? What is your favorite inspiration photo on this post? I would love to hear from you. Leave a comment below, find me on Facebook, or chat with me on Instagram.


  1. Jimmy Kumar says:

    I was approached by a salesperson, I think Robin was her name, who I assured I did not need help at that moment. She was so overly persistent and insisted on refering to my wife as ‘honey’. Too familiar and very rude. When we did ask a question she asked us where we lived and other probing questions, I did not reply. Asking if we needed to finance the purchases, if we rented and how long we’ve lived in the USA. I then realized what she was doing. It was a extremely racist tone and her line of questioning was very insulting. She gasped when I told her we lived in 4 floor Beacon Hill brownstone and need to furnish all four floors and would pay cash At this point I had already decided that any firm that had racist staff like this was not going to have any bit of my business. I will be telling all of my friends and acquaintances of this racist experience at Arhaus. As a south asian family of considerable means perhaps I should buy Arhaus and sack the racist salesperson.


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