Gilt Groupe announced today that it is expanding its offerings for Gilt Home. Beginning today, the site will provide its members with an average of 15 sales per week from more than 200 brands in categories including indoor and outdoor furniture, rugs, lighting, decorative accessories, tabletop, bedding, gourmet food, custom curated art events, housewares and electronics. Gilt Home will also feature editorial content with home and product designers on the Gilt blog.
"Our member is a sophisticated individual who looks for luxury in every aspect of his or her life, including their home," says Stefan Pepe, general manager of Gilt Home. "What we are doing now is offering that member a curated selection of products in a wide variety of categories for the home each day. Our goal is to give our members stylish products that can be used to furnish every room."
"You've already got the latest bags and best shoes from Gilt, now it's time to make your house the ultimate accessory with Gilt Home," said designer Jonathan Adler.
Brands being featured on Gilt Home category expansion include Andrew Martin, angela adams, Cuisinart, DayNa Decker, John Robshaw, Kim Seybert, Kyocera, Ligne Roset, Menu, Missoni Home, Loll, Rock & Republic pets and Voluspa candles.
"Gilt has established itself as a pioneer and an innovator in the e-commerce industry," says interior designer Malcolm James Kutner. "It really sets a new standard for style and value. Gilt's expansion into the Home arena is only further proof that they're the pinnacle of online luxury."
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