ATG Stores rebrands as The Mine

Décor solutions brand will celebrate at High Point Market

Kirkland, Wash. – ATG Stores is flying under a new banner and making more brands accessible to shoppers.

The online home furnishings and décor specialty retailer, a division of Lowe’s, is now The Mine. It continues to offer retail and commercial customers an assortment of furniture, lighting and décor curated by designers. Soft home in the assortment includes rugs, curtains, dec pillows and bedding sets.The Mine ATG stores

In addition, The Mine’s Personal Concierge team provides complimentary one-on-one shopping and order services for consumers. The company’s Pro Services department also offers one-on-one service to commercial clients.

The Mine works with leading interior designers and is now offering pieces of their work that had not previously been available online.

The re-christened site features improved design guidelines, an enhanced user experience and aspirational design content curated by style director, award-winning designer and author Eddie Ross.

 The Mine is celebrating its launch April 22 at the High Point Market. It will also mark the rebrand with special promotions online and on social media.

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