23 May 2024, 07:49
By Furniture News May 06, 2013

Parker and Farr offers new service for interior designers

Parker and Farr is launching a unique new service for interior designers. The new Interior Design Privilege Card is being created by Parker and Farr after results from The Design Council suggest that interior designers equate to 16% of the overall furniture market.

The team at Parker and Farr hopes that this new service will help it meet and facilitate the needs of interior designers.

Tony Crinion, MD at Parker and Farr, says: “We are very excited about the launch of the new card as we have tailored it specifically to meet the needs of interior designers and the bespoke projects they undertake. Benefits to those who work with us will include discounts on products, free and quick delivery time, price match guarantees and a free design service using AutoCAD product drawings.

“We already offer a bespoke hand-made furniture service, which covers everything from designing the product with the customer, right through to a full fit-out service and aftercare, and the card will add to the service we can offer interior designers.”

The Interior Design Privilege Card will be launched at the Spring Long Point exhibition in Long Eaton, Derbyshire, between 13-15th this month.

The event will see Parker and Farr join over 30 other designers and craftsmen for the annual show. As well as the launch of the new card, Parker and Farr will display its new English Collection, developed in partnership with English Heritage.

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