Scottish independent prepares for reopening after £2m refurb

Scottish independent furniture retailer Sterling Furniture Group is to reopen its new Aberdeen store.

Sterling has invested £2m in the refurbishment project at its store at Bridge of Don site, which has seen the retailer close the location for four months to complete the revamp.

The new 75,000sq ft store will incorporate a new 4,000sq ft BoConcept space, while also offering homeware and furniture brands including Le Creuset, LSA, Laura Ashley, Timorous Beasties, Wax Lyrical, G-plan, Natuzzi, Nicoletti, Xoon and Venjakob.

The grand reopening will take place in July, with relaunch events expected to be announced soon.

The investment in the refurbishment has also seen the company create an additional 15 new jobs.

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