Marrakesh in March
A Moroccan-Themed Pop-Up Boutique by Retro Knox
What is Marrakesh, you ask? It's along the likes of Boho-chic or Bohemian, Moroccan, Monaco, or “gypsy” style. Another version of this style is Marrakesh or Marrakech, the French derivative of the word. Marrakesh is a city in west-central Morocco, meaning "Land of God." Think bold, luxurious with gorgeous color combinations that add tasteful energy to any room and you’ve got Marrakesh in March.
When gathering items for this grand event, the Retro Knox stylists found a perfect collection to introduce for spring décor. All anyone wants this time of year is a fresh feeling and look to brighten up a room after the long winter. This brings us to introduce Marrakesh in March, a Moroccan-Themed Pop-Up Boutique Sales Event by Retro Knox. The amazing sets will be available online in the next week. The physical pop-up store will be open for a limited time, Friday, March 23rd from 4pm-9pm and Saturday, March 24th between 10am-3pm. Watch for more details on the Retro Knox website.
Here’s a sneak peek of items to be presented during the Marrakesh in March Sales Event:
Watch for complete Marrakesh in March, Retro Knox Pop-Up collections available online, leading up to the actual event.
Retro Knox offers up unique Mid-Century Modern furniture, collectibles and art for every space imaginable and is based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Delivering one-of-a-kind, affordable furnishings and more in 2018. Retro Knox offers vintage items and decor with name brands such as Herman Miller, Steelcase, Woodward, Henredon and many more. To schedule an appointment to walk through the 22,000 square feet of antiquing goodness, send us a message or call John Knox at 616.308.6767. Otherwise, visit us at our retail spaces at Archive Antiques on East Fulton in Uptown and Lost and Found – Treasures of Old and New on Century Avenue SW in Grand Rapids. Another place to find us is at the Marrakesh in March, Retro Knox Pop-Up Boutique Sales Event March 23rd and 24th. Watch for more details on where it will be located on the Westside of Downtown, Grand Rapids.