Independent designer furniture retailer relocates store

Independent furniture business Maven Furniture has relocated to a new space, celebrating almost 10 years of trading.

Maven Furniture, which was co-founded by sisters Catherine and Patricia McGinnis, has moved from the Reid Memorial Hall to Lisburn Road in Belfast.

The new store, formerly a Bank of Ireland location, has undergone a significant refurbishment and will allow the business to stock and offer more brands as it continues to expand.

Maven Furniture, sells designer homeware, lighting and furniture, commented on the opening: “Almost 10 years ago we took a chance and signed a lease on this beautiful building with an instinct that we weren’t the only ones who would love to see a beautiful shop selling the furniture and homeware that we love, in Belfast.

“Thank you to everyone who visited us at the Memorial Hall, whether to buy a piece of furniture, a little gift for someone special, to attend a Maven session or just for a natter. We have made so many friends along the way. Without you all there would be no Maven. We’re excited about the next stage of the Maven journey.

“The response we’ve had has been amazing. We are feeling the love! We have had such a lovely response from all our customers old and new, and been warmly welcomed by all our neighbours. We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has helped us get here… we’ve had an amazing team around us. We’re honestly the luckiest ducks.”

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