Z Gallerie Closing North Texas Stores

Z Gallerie
Z Gallerie Storefront | Image by JHVEPhoto/Shutterstock

Z Gallerie stores in Dallas and Plano are preparing to close following the retailer’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, according to a press release.

A specialty retailer of affordable home furnishings and décor, Z Gallerie is offering starting discounts of up to 40% for merchandise bought in-store, according to a news release by B. Riley Retail Solutions, which has been tapped to lead the liquidation sale.

In-store merchandise discounts include sofas, decorative chairs and tables, dining sets, beds, dressers, nightstands, desks, bookcases, consoles, cabinets, lighting fixtures, lamps, chandeliers, sconces, and more.

Holiday items are also being sold at 25% off.

The North Texas stores will close by the end of the year, Jo Anne McCusker, a spokesperson for B. Riley Retail Solutions, told The Dallas Express.

“This is a unique opportunity to buy high-end, quality home décor at deeply discounted prices,” said Tim Schilling, executive vice president of B. Riley Retail Solutions, in a prepared statement. “We encourage shoppers to visit their nearest store before merchandise sells out.”

The company was founded in 1979 as a poster shop in California before it “evolved into a gallery of modern glamour,” according to Z Gallerie’s website.

“Throughout the years, we have cultivated an eye for art that has expanded our repertoire into home furnishings. Today, we remain dedicated to bringing you unparalleled style backed by our passion for the artful home.”

The Z Gallerie location in Dallas is at 5225 Alpha Rd., while the Plano store is located at 6121 W. Park Blvd.

In addition to Texas, Z Gallerie’s closing store sale event includes five stores in California, seven in Florida, and additional locations in Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey, and New York.

Merchandise may not be returned for refunds or exchanges, and Z Gallerie gift cards are accepted through November 15.

B. Riley Retail Solutions is a subsidiary of  B. Riley Financial.

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