DZN Studio + Home opening Nov. 21 in downtown Greenville

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Mother and daughter team work to open DZN Studio + Home in downtown Greenville. Photo provided.

DZN Studio + Home, a locally owned ​lifestyle and home-furnishing store ​founded by a mother and daughter team, will open for business Nov. 21 at 23 Falls Park Drive in the heart of downtown Greenville.

While DZN Home will open on Nov. 21, DZN Studio is set to follow in early 2020. The business will fill it’s 4,500-square-foot showroom with ​minimalist​, mid-century modern and Scandinavian-inspired furnishings.

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A dining set designed by DZN Studio + Home. Photo provided.

Shoppers will also discover locally sourced artwork and homewares created by some of the best artisans in the Upstate as well as hand-selected pieces from U.S.-based furniture and decor companies.

“My mother and I are thrilled to be able to bring this new concept for furnishing your home to Greenville,” said Ann Nager, DZN co-founder.

Nager went on to say they hope DZN will be a place of inspiration to homeowners and interior designers alike, while supporting locally sourced furniture and artwork.

​“We’ve designed DZN Studio + Home to bring customers a more convenient way to discover unique and modern approaches to their home,” said Jennifer ​Stodghill, DZN co-founder. “We look forward to becoming a member of the downtown Greenville business community.”

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Inside look at DZN Studio + Home. Photo provided.

Positioning itself as “Not just another furniture store”, DZN Studio + Home is an experiential concept that helps customers furnish their homes by incorporating the latest technology in design and virtual reality. Shoppers will be able to experience virtual walkthroughs of their space before purchasing furniture.

The public is invited to attend a grand-opening celebration of the store on Nov. 21 starting at 6:00 p.m. Details​ regarding the DZN Studio + Home can be found on the company’s website at www.dznstudio.com​.

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