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One Kings Lane Opens Retail Space in Iconic Hamptons Location
Online retailer One Kings Lane, is set to open its first brick-and-mortar store this summer in Southampton, N.Y. at the town’s historic former Rogers Memorial Library, located at 11 Jobs Lane.
The One Kings Lane Southampton location will occupy 3,500 square feet of ground-floor space in the iconic building marking the first time the space will open its doors to the public with a retail partner. The summer pop-up will be open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend and will serve as the brand’s largest-scale retail opening to date.
"Built in 1895, the two-story library was designed by R. H. Robertson, one of the foremost architects of the late 19th century. One Kings Lane’s transformation of the 3,500-square-foot ground-floor space will allow the community as well as shoppers to explore and enjoy the revitalization of this architectural treasure," the company stated in a release.
A curated range of product will be showcased, including exclusive furnishings and one-of-a-kind vintage pieces. Complimentary in-house design services will be available in The Studio at One Kings Lane, offering customers the ability to book one-on-one appointments online with the brand’s interior designers. Customers will be able to book appointments at OneKingsLane.com, where they will be prompted to answer a few questions about the project and then matched with a designer.
“Opening our first street-level physical retail location is a major step for One Kings Lane in our mission to help our customers live their personal style, and we are thrilled to be able to do so in such an iconic summer destination,” said Debbie Propst, president of One Kings Lane.
“As we are always looking to push the boundaries of traditional retail, partnering with Newmark Grubb Knight Frank Retail to occupy the historic 11 Jobs Lane space felt like the perfect fit and will undoubtedly be a terrific way to engage the local community and be an organic, local resource for home and design," she added.
The brand will present interactive events and designer pop-ups throughout the summer.