The Come Home interior decoration brand of Central Retail Vietnam (CRV) has officially opened its first store in Hanoi.
Located in Lotte Mall West Lake, Come Home has an area of 2,000 sq m, offering customers a great furniture shopping experience.
Speaking at the opening, H.E. Nikorndej Balankura, Ambassador of Thailand to Vietnam, said this year marks the tenth anniversary of the establishment of a Strategic Partnership between Thailand and Vietnam, which will open a new chapter of stronger partnerships and enormous cooperation potential in many fields.
“CRV’s Come Home has placed ‘sustainability’ at the heart of its business model and is committed to supporting local SMEs across the manufacturing supply chain,” he added. “I am confident that the company’s non-food business, Come Home, will also contribute to our two countries’ efforts to realize deeper and more integrated production and supply chains that drive growth and development in the region.”
“We started our journey with the opening of our first store in Ho Chi Minh City last July and Hanoi, with its diverse culture and long history, is an ideal location for Come Home to expand its market,” said Ms. Lacia Sherlock, Head of Home & Entertainment at CRV. “We hope to bring customers high-quality furniture products and sophisticated designs at affordable prices.”
Come Home is one of CRV’s main projects in 2023. The stores adopt the “One Stop Shopping” model, offering customers access to all products and services at a centralized location.
By providing a variety of products, with three main style groups - Modern Simplicity, Modern International, and Vietnamese Roots - Come Home hopes to enhance home life for Vietnamese people through interior decoration solutions suitable to their living habits, style, and preferences.
Come Home is committed to contributing to Vietnam’s prosperity through expanding its supplier network and enhancing domestic product design and manufacturing capabilities.