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RETAIL PERSPECTIVE
KUHL-LINSCOMB PAIRS ONE-OF-A- KIND, OFTEN ANTIQUE FIXTURING WITH PRODUCT DISPLAYS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
WE LOOK FOR GOOD DESIGN. PRODUCTS DON’T HAVE TO HAVE A BIG NAME, BUT
THEY HAVE TO BE WELL-CONSTRUCTED.
– PAM KUHL-LINSCOMB –
because this retailer is not contained in just one building as  rst appearances suggest. Kuhl-Linscomb is an expertly curated and merchandised retail campus, one in which you can get giddily lost because there is something cool at every intentionally crafted turn.
“Our ambience is not predictable. It’s designed to be stimulating,” Pam said. “Floor moves and merchandising are perpetual
and store-wide efforts. Our team members work together toward a presentation that is sophisticated, but low-key. Comfortable is the goal,” she continued.
“We use vintage  xturing, found objects and old neon signage to create a compelling, yet approachable space where customers can discover luxury goods and high design without that feeling that grandmother’s over their shoulder whispering ‘don’t touch.”
Pam and Dan opened the store’s doors in
2001, and together the couple has evolved and expanded Kuhl-Linscomb to its current 100,000 plus square feet of retail space, which covers almost two city blocks. Showrooms for di erent product categories span a collage of buildings. The Linscombs purchased the detached multi- family houses behind the original store and expanded its retail footprint to  ow strategically throughout each reconceived space, with tabletop, bedding, custom kitchens, a garden center, furniture and lighting housed in the adjacent buildings.
Moving between the buildings is seamless as passages usher customers from one house to the next. Dedicated doorways, however, also allow access to those customers who know exactly where they need to go.
And the Linscombs aren’t done growing their retail footprint either. What more can they possibly add, one might wonder?
EDITED SELECTION
Kuhl-Linscomb already covers the gamut of
gift, home, fashion and more. Its selection is comprehensive, yet unexpected. The highly curated assortment takes shoppers  uidly from department to department. It’s an establishment where a $20 fashion necklace, a $600 Vitamix blender and a $40,000 handcrafted Hasten’s
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