A new retailer is moving into the Galleria in Edina.
Rejuvenation, the furniture and homewares brand owned by Williams-Sonoma – which also has a store in the Galleria — is moving into the space vacated by Restoration Hardware.
Restoration Hardware left the Edina mall in 2019 to move to its massive standalone "luxury showroom" opposite the Galleria.
For Rejuvenation, it marks the brand's first store in Minnesota, having been founded in Portland, Oregon, in 1977, before it was acquired by Williams-Sonoma in 2011.
It will take up residence in a 5,500 sq. ft. space that will be home to a wide range of collections, and is due to open later this year.
Here's a preview of the kind of products shoppers can expect to find in the store:
In a statement, the Galleria said: "The Rejuvenation Galleria store will serve as a destination for consumers and industry experts to visit for guidance designing, customizing, and renovating their spaces.
"With a mission to add real value to homes through quality craftsmanship, Rejuvenation products are inspired by history, designed for modern consumers and made to last."
As well as seeing Restoration Hardware depart, the Galleria in recent years has also seen original anchor tenant Gabberts Fine Furniture leave, moving to a new development alongside HOM in Bloomington.