Rejuvenation, Williams-Sonoma's furniture brand, to open its first Minnesota location

It is moving into the former Restoration Hardware unit at the Galleria in Edina.
Author:
Updated:
Original:
Screen Shot 2021-05-14 at 12.27.58 PM

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. 

Buying or selling? Find a realtor using the BMTN directory

Next Up

kid hospital doctor

3 Minnesota children's hospitals included in U.S. News 'Best of' list

No Minnesota hospitals cracked the top 10 in the U.S., but they did rank nationally in pediatric specialties.

girl scout cookies

Nationwide surplus of Girl Scout cookies? Not for these MN troops

While some troops saw cookie sales struggle, southern MN Girl Scouts had a successful year.

YouTube - Bad Axe Throwing 1

Bad Axe Throwing will open second Minnesota location this fall

The company says it will be one of its largest locations in the U.S.

Danielle Hunter

And just like that, the Vikings defense appears fully loaded

The defensive line will likely have four entirely new starters from last year.

Pixabay - black bear

Why conditions in Minnesota are ripe for more bear-human conflicts

A one-two punch of a May frost and dry spell could lead to a natural food shortage.

Minnesota Public Radio MPR

MPR News shakes up its radio schedule, will launch new shows

The changes involve popular hosts Cathy Wurzer, Kerri Miller and Angela Davis.

Wikimedia Commons - Maplewood Mall exterior

Owner of 2 Twin Cities malls files bankruptcy

The group cited the "significant challenges" posed by the pandemic.

blue-green algae mpca

Heat wave leads to early reports of blue-green algae on some Minnesota lakes

The August-like weather could mean a green summer on local lakes.

light rail

Pandemic still significantly impacting Metro Transit ridership

Transit officials said there are signs ridership is slowly rebounding.

Screen Shot 2021-06-15 at 9.06.25 AM

Multi-vehicle crash involving Metro Mobility bus in Andover

One person was taken to a hospital with minor injuries.

Related

1024px-Galleria_Edina,_Edina,_MN_Aug_2018

Several new retailers opening stores at Edina's Galleria this fall

There has been an unusual level of turnover at the Edina mall this year.

Soul Cycle

SoulCycle set to open its first Minnesota location

The indoor cycling center is set to move into Edina.

Galleria Edina

The Galleria in Edina has been put up for sale

The company that owns it bought the mall for $127 million in 2012.

Screen Shot 2021-04-27 at 11.59.12 AM

Fashion guru Billy Reid to open store at new 50th & France development

It's the first national retailer to move into the new development.

Screen Shot 2021-03-10 at 12.59.46 PM

Urban Outfitters to open its 4th Minnesota location

Its latest store will open at Ridgedale Center on Apr. 1.

Screen Shot 2019-02-14 at 10.03.38 AM

Original anchor store Gabberts is leaving the Galleria

It's moving to a new flagship retail complex being built by its owner, HOM Furniture.