CINCINNATI, Ohio – The grand opening of California Closets Ohio’s largest showroom in its Midwest franchise (Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Central Illinois) will take place August 29. Attendees will enjoy complimentary drinks and appetizers during the unveiling of the 2,200-square-foot space, originally occupied by the Malton Art Gallery, the company says.
 
The three-story showroom will offer the latest in California Closets technology, plus fully-equipped conference rooms and a podcast studio open to the community, specifically non-profits and the design community.
 California Closets' Design Studio
 
The showroom offers the brand’s Interactive Design Studio, where clients experience their 3D design rendering on a large screen while choosing finish palettes, hardware, and accessories with their expert Design Consultant. This is part of California Closets virtual reality (VR) tool, which offers a new and more personalized way for clients to ‘step inside’ and envision design projects in their home.
 
 “At California Closets, we believe in a truly differentiated client experience that is a result of our product and our people. We view these innovations as a cutting-edge way to elevate the experience,” said Marcus Hall, Partner of the company’s franchise location.
 
The Interactive Design Studio is also equipped with California Closets Tech Table, an interactive digital showroom experience allowing clients to email their favorite finishes and design inspiration straight to their personal inbox for later review.
 
The showroom will also serve as a space for the entire community to collaborate, offering two meeting rooms with technology hookup (TV/projection capabilities, wireless internet, lighting control), holding up to 20 people in the larger room. In addition to the meeting rooms, the showroom will also offer a podcast studio, complete with microphones and TV hookup for remote guests.
 
 “We want this showroom to not only set the new bar for how customers design their homes and offices, but to be a hub where the Cincinnati community can collaborate and grow,” Hall added. “The meeting rooms will be available to not only influencers and companies in the world of design, but for the entire Cincinnati community, including non-profit organizations and the like. Our meeting spaces are fully-equipped to dial-in remote attendees, give visual presentations, and even host lunches/dinners and events. Our brand values our partnerships and experiences within the communities we serve, and we’re thrilled to have a space where those relationships can thrive. Our vision is that this space is a gift to the entire community. I hope that
 
organizations and non-profits that may not have the ability to host their own board meetings and events will utilize this free space.”
 
For more information, visit californiaclosets.com.
 

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