West Elm Outlet at the Fountains of Farah has decided to throw in the towel — and the bedding, pillows, and kitchen utensils.

The home furnishings retailer is permanently closing its only El Paso store, according to its social media. “We regret to announce that West Elm El Paso will be closing its doors in September,” reads the post.

If you’re in the market for home décor, the Fountains’ loss is your gain because the going out of business sale is on.

“We would like to thank the best customers in the world with the best promos during our last days,” continues the post. “70% off Lighting and Bedding. 80% off window Up to 80% off rugs and 60% off balance of the store.”

Because of COVID-19 concerns, only a limited number of shoppers are allowed in the store at one time, so the sooner you call and make an appointment to check out the available inventory, the better your selection will be.

A reason for the store closing was not disclosed, but the reason could be that El Paso hasn’t exactly been a profitable market for Williams-Sonoma, West Elm’s parent company, which also owns the Pottery Barn. The company closed both its Williams-Sonoma and Pottery Barn outlet stores at The Outlet Shoppes at El Paso in 2016 after less than two years of operation.

An exact closing date in September for the West Elm Outlet at the Fountains has not been announced.

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