Lowe's Launches In-Store Apple Vision Pro Experience (2024)

by Juli Clover

Some of Lowe's retail locations are now offering an in-store Apple Vision Pro experience that is designed to allow customers to personalize and visualize their dream kitchen with the help of a Lowe's associate.

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Available in select stores in North Carolina, California, and New Jersey to begin with, the experience provides customers with an Apple Vision Pro to use the Lowe's Style Studio app that launched alongside the Vision Pro in February. Lowe's Style Studio offers a 3D kitchen environment that can be customized with hundreds of real-world materials, fixtures, and appliances.

While Vision Pro owners are able to use the Style Studio app at home, many Lowe's customers who are planning a kitchen remodel might not have a Vision Pro available to see the different kitchen options. They can instead visit a Lowe's location to partake in an immersive kitchen visualization session.

A Lowe's employee will guide customers through the kitchen creation process during a one-on-one appointment, where there are 80 billion design combinations available. Completed kitchen setups can be saved, emailed, texted, or AirDropped as a PDF, with the content in the kitchen able to be purchased through Lowe's.

From June 8 to June 12, the Vision Pro demo is available at the Central Charlotte, NC Lowe's, and from June 22 through June 25, it will be available at Lowe's stores in North Bergen, New Jersey and Sunnyvale, California. Customers in these areas will be able to book a session online, with Lowe's also able to accommodate some walk-ins.


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Top Rated Comments


4 days ago at 04:46 pm

when you are so desperate to find a use-case for your product

Score: 17 Votes (Like | Disagree)


4 days ago at 04:41 pm

Are we still trying to make VP a thing?

Score: 15 Votes (Like | Disagree)


4 days ago at 06:06 pm

Ideally you would be able to take a few pictures of your kitchen/bathroom/living room and go to a store and “see” various options. This is a good idea. Hopefully stores like Loews stick with it.

Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)


4 days ago at 07:58 pm

when you are so desperate to find a use-case for your product

It’s a really good use case. It supports commerce and lets consumers see what they’re buying before they actually pay.

What makes you think it‘s ‘desperate’?

Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)


4 days ago at 05:34 pm

when you are so desperate to find a use-case for your product

It's not Apple's "product." It's Lowe's app that uses AVP. I don't think Lowes is desperate.

More companies will likely be doing something similar in the future.

Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)


4 days ago at 06:10 pm

Just say no.

Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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