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Turlock Town Center welcomes Kasa Furniture
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Kasa Furniture owner Aiden Mendoza stands in her new store located in the Turlock Town Center (CHRISTOPHER CORREA/The Journal).

Name of business: Kasa Furniture

Type of business: Furniture store

Specialty: Personalized furniture

Location: 697 N. Golden State Blvd., Turlock

Hours: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday

Contact: (209) 620-8114

History of business: 

Aiden Mendoza and her family aren’t new to the furniture business, as her sister, Alida, opened A Home Décor on Countryside Dr. in 2018. A Home Décor has since closed, but flash forward to Monday, the legacy is continuing with the sisters opening Kasa Furniture at 697 N. Golden State Blvd. within the Turlock Town Center. The space had been vacant since 2017 following the closing of Family Clothes.

“It's quite a new adventure that we were willing to take because it is totally different from where we were previously located and the space needed a lot of work,” Aiden explained. “It's a day and night difference. If you were to walk into this place four months ago, you wouldn't believe your eyes. We did what we did best with the renovation in terms of interior design and changing the aesthetics. It's been a lot of hard work, but it's paid off.”

The new store offers community members specialized and personalized furniture. 

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With over 300 fabrics and color patterns on deck, Kasa Furniture in Turlock offers specialized and personalized furniture (CHRISTOPHER CORREA/The Journal).

“Our style is very different. I feel like that's what sets us apart,” Aiden said “We're a little more modern. It’s not the traditional furniture that you're seeing elsewhere.”

Kasa Furniture offers over 300 fabrics and color patterns for various sofa styles, as well as modern dining sets, living room sets and accessories such as chandeliers, hand-painted artwork, vases, mirrors and vanities. 

Additionally, they have extended their showroom to feature kids furniture before, something that Aiden believes is much needed in the area. 

“We didn't offer children’s furniture, so this is exciting,” she said. “I don’t want to say that there’s a shortage of kids' furniture, but there isn't much around. We really don't have many options, so I want this to be a one-stop shop for furniture.”

“Our job is done with a passion. We love to help people create both functional and stylish space."