Wayfair is stepping out of the internet and into Chicago's northwest suburbs this summer.
The popular online home goods purveyor announced it will open a Wayfair Decor & Inspiration Shop at Woodfield Mall from Aug. 1 to Oct. 30, offering "hundreds of affordable decor essentials" that customers can walk away with the same day.
"The Wayfair Decor & Inspiration Shop will provide our customers a place to go for home ideas and inspiration as well as the chance to shop over 250 budget-friendly and eclectic decor items to purchase in-shop for the first time ever," Courtney Lawrie, Wayfair's director of brand marketing, said in a statement.
Items for sale will include living room wall art, throw pillows, end-of-summer lounging items, seasonal kitchen elements and bed and bath items, the company said.
Stock will be updated by season during the duration of the pop-up shop. Customers also can online-shop at the location and place orders for delivery.
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Schaumburg isn't the brand's only U.S. brick-and-mortar destination. Wayfair pop-up shops also will open at the Streets at Southpoint in Durham, North Carolina, King of Prussia in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania and Tysons Corner Center in Fairfax, Virginia.
Want to work there? Go online to apply for one of the open store manager and retail associate positions.