THE KELLOGG COLLECTION has been recognized as one of the country’s top home decor retailers by the editors of Home Accents Today, the industry’s oldest trade publication.
Home Accents Today’s 2022 Retail Stars list, now in its 18th year, showcases independent retailers and interior design shops that merchandise creatively, have a positive presence in their local communities and stand out from the competition. Honorees are nominated by members of the home furnishings industry, and the final list of fifty is selected by the magazine’s editors and research director.
The Kellogg Collection’s inclusion on the list comes as the local business marks its 40th year as a purveyor of high end furniture, accents, rugs, upholstery, lighting, artwork and custom design services. In addition to its flagship store at 5215 Wisconsin Ave. in northwest Washington, the retailer operates stores in Baltimore (6245 Falls Rd.), McLean (1353 Chain Bridge Rd.) and Richmond (6227 River Rd.). A 10,000-sq.-ft. warehouse enables the shops to maintain a strong in-stock position of merchandise, much of it sourced from domestic suppliers, furniture makers and upholsterers.
Allison Zisko, Home Accents Today‘s editor in chief, said the publication’s 2022 list represents some of the best independent home décor and home furnishings retailers in the country, particularly in light of challenges brought on by recent and ongoing supply chain delays and price increases. “Although this has not yet dampened consumers’ desire for home products, it has made the day-to-day challenges of running a retail business even harder,” Zisko said. “Our Retail Stars have demonstrated, with enthusiasm and commitment — plus a little grit and determination — that they are up to the task.”
Noting The Kellogg Collection’s 40-year milestone, Zisko said, “It is clear why it is so beloved in the community and why it has thrived for four decades — its experienced and long-tenured staff understands its loyal customers’ aesthetic very well. Over the past 40 years, Kellogg Collection has not sacrificed quality and craftsmanship in any way — in fact, it puts an even higher premium on it, recognizing the superiority of domestic craftsmen, artisans and ‘made local’.”
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Allison Zisko, Editor-in-Chief
Home Accents Today