West Elm sells furniture and home decor to consumers and businesses from its retail stores and online throughout the United States, and operates six hotels.
West Elm’s headquarters are in San Francisco, California. The parent company of West elm is Williams Sonoma Inc. since June 2002. The main competitor of West Elm is Room & Board, headed by John Gabbert, who is their founder and CEO. West elm has 954 followers.
West elm’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Westelm top competitors include: Room & Board, All Modern, Blu Dot, Design Within Reach, RH, Garnet Hill, Wayfair, Target and CB2.
Together they lifted more than 852.3M between their estimated 392.5K employees. West elm’s revenue ranks 4th among its top 10 competitors. The average score of the top 10 competitors is 10.1B. West elm has 4,000 employees and is ranked 4th among the top 10 competitors. The average number of Top 10 competitors is 38,480.
- Website: westelm.com
- Social Media Links: LinkedIn Facebook Twitter
- Founded: 2002
- Est. Annual Revenue: $1.3B
- Est. Employees: 4,000
- Headquarters: 3250 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, California 94109
Room & Board
Room & Board is perceived as one of West elm’s biggest competitors. The company Room & Board was founded in 1980, and its headquarters are located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Room & Board competes in the field of home products. Room & Board has 3,285 fewer employees than West elm.
All Modern is one of West elm’s main competitors. All Modern is a Product/Brand/Service company that was founded in 2006 in Boston, Massachusetts. All Modern works in the field of home furnishings. Compared to West elm, All Modern has 3,000 fewer employees.
Blu Dot is the rival number 3 of West Elm. Blu Dot is a private company, which was founded in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1996. Blu Dot works in the field of home products. Blu Dot has 3,830 employees less than in the West Elms.