Saje at Home concept store launches on Robson Street
Saje at Home, a new concept store by Canadian retailer Saje Natural Wellness, opened at 1091 Robson Street this week. This first location will adjoin the company’s current Robson Street store.
The uniquely designed retail space will place the Healthy Enviro line centre stage with its focus on providing all-natural products for your home, office or your car.
The newest store will feature Saje’s top-selling range of stylish ultrasonic nebulizers, diffuser blends, candles, room sprays and other items that its ever expanding client base adores.
“Our concept for the décor was to reflect a modern home. Through that design, we want to inspire our customers to bring a similar healing energy into their own spaces,” said Kiara LeBlanc, VP of Brand & Creative. “We take an average of 25,000 breaths a day. Through the healing products at Saje at Home, we can refresh the air, revitalizing the mind and body and improving the overall sense of well-being.”
Saje will also continue to expand the line with new products that support a healthy home, while continuing to bring the concept store to additional communities, with the closest being Tsawwassen Mills this fall.
“The inviting visual of our chic nebulizers combined with the remedial benefits of our 100 per cent natural diffuser blends has made this line a discovery point for new customers, and we’re thrilled to expand this experiential concept through the launch of this first ‘Saje at Home’ location,” said Saje Natural Wellness Co-Founder and CEO Kate Ross LeBlanc. “With education at the forefront of what we do, this focus on the Home will be an opportunity to further teach our community about the multi-layered benefits available through nature to enhance our well-being on physical, emotional and spiritual levels, starting right within your own home.”
Saje’s store count has doubled in the past two years and the natural wellness brand will continue its nationwide expansion this year with 10+ new store openings planned for B.C., Ontario, Alberta and Nova Scotia, including its first two retail locations in the Halifax market, set to debut in spring.