Obegi Home is back in Ashrafieh!

March 2, 2015

Home is where the heart is and Obegi knows this quite well. It has reopened its doors to household perfection at its flagship boutique in the fittingly chic Ashrafieh, Beirut.

Obegi Home first opened in 2002 and quickly attracted homeowners who were looking for special items to spruce up their living spaces, namely from prestigious names in the industry.

With its large variety of luxe pieces to choose from, the store became (and still is) a renowned go-to spot for trendy Lebanese shoppers interested in the aesthetics brought forth by international brands like Vivarini, Georg Jensen, and Dibbern.

Whether it’s an ashtray you’re looking for or a set of table adornments, including vases and figurines, every detail is paid attention to. Customers have the luxury of getting precisely picked pieces for the optimal quality.

A mother shopping with her daughter or a couple getting a nice house-warming gift for some friends are among a wide range of customers belonging to different groups that can find something special at the upscale boutique.

If you’re hosting a dinner at home, you can find a silver wine chiller with the appropriate accessories to go with it, along with a variety of top-notch silverware sets and contrasting artistic plates. Finalize with a ceramic tea set and tray.

After its successful opening in Beirut, Obegi Home opened in Dubai in 2007. Home accessories from the best labels also garnished the beautiful store space.

The reopened store in Ashrafieh catches the eyes of all passersby and upon entering, you can instantly notice the fresh ambience along with the boutique’s modern nature. Handmade glass pieces in different shades give the room added vibrancy alongside the fresh lighting, which all blend to create a cozy and luxurious feel.

Obegi Home is also introducing many new brands in Beirut to offer an even larger variety to customers. The pictured below are some of our favorite pieces at the renovated boutique.

For more household essentials, make sure not to miss out on our quarterly Home Special in our upcoming March issue (Beirut- English Edition).

by micha
Micheline has a a sweet-tooth for dark chocolate and cappuccinos, an almost obsessive-compulsive aversion to dust on Blu-ray discs, and a passion for regularly playing tennis on her Nintendo Wii. Matched with her love of writing, she is the Editor of T3 Middle East's Levant English publication and English website, and the Associated Editor for the GCC English publication.