IKEA flagship store to launch in Oman, announces Al-Futtaim
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IKEA flagship store to launch in Oman, announces Al-Futtaim

IKEA flagship store to launch in Oman, announces Al-Futtaim

The two-level flagship IKEA store will be located in Lulu Group’s Oman Avenues Mall and feature a 394-seat restaurant with self-service kiosks


Oman is set to get its first Al-Futtaim IKEA store in June. The two-level flagship store will be located in Lulu Group’s Oman Avenues Mall.

The flagship store, spanning 25,000 square metres, will include room setups and customer experience solutions for shoppers, with more than 9,000 articles across sections such as living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, and other home furnishing accessories. The store will also be available virtually, enabling customers to browse the store’s product range.

The store will include 394-seat restaurant. IKEA is also making healthy and sustainable food more affordable and accessible to the many people, with a food and beverage range that includes plant-based meatballs, ASC-certified salmon, and UTZ-certified coffee. Featuring self-service kiosks, the IKEA restaurant extends into the mall for more seating options for customers.

Vinod Jayan, managing director – IKEA UAE, Egypt, Qatar and Oman, said, Al-Futtaim IKEA’s first store in Oman reflects our commitment to making sustainable living affordable and accessible, while creating a better everyday life for the many people. As part of the Al-Futtaim Group, we live by the same ethos of enriching the lives and aspirations of our customers at every turn and we aim to do this for our customers across Oman.’’

Eco-friendly features

The store will contribute to Oman’s Green Agenda with solutions that help reduce waste, save energy, and conserve natural resources. It will have electronically commutated motors that run alternating current power supply to provide 30 per cent more efficiency than conventional air conditioning, with condensation to be used for the mall’s landscaping. The store will also be powered by LED bulbs created to reduce consumption by 70-80 per cent.

Focused on convenience

Customers with also be offered a ‘Click and Collect’ service for convenience. As part of the service, customers can to choose a preferred time and place for delivery. Once they receive and email and SMS, the order is ready to picked up from the store on the same or next day, without getting out of the car. Customers can access the service through the IKEA website and mobile app. This service is available for all online paid orders.

Additionally, the new IKEA store will offer services such as assembly and delivery, measurement facilities, kitchen services, gift cards and easy finance options.  

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