As Christmas approaches many people decide to freshen up a room especially if they are planning to entertain, family, friends or neighbours.
Tuesday, 26 November 2013
Bringing the FrithRugs shopping experience to your door
As you know, one of the quickest and easiest ways to give any room a new look is with the addition of new soft furnishings such as rugs, cushions, curtains and throws but sometimes pulling the room décor together can be very tricky.
Are you sure that red rug is the same shade as your red curtains? Will those cushions complement or clash with that shaggy rug?
We have always tried hard to help customers with their purchase decisions. We encourage people to bring in fabric swatches so they can confirm colours and shades and offer the chance to see some rugs in various 3D room sets on our website and now we have moved our customer service to a whole new level by introducing a ‘Bring to Home’ service which we believe our customers will really appreciate.
This new facility means we can bring a selection of rugs to your home and so allow you to see how the rug you think you want actually looks in-situ. FrithRugs offer thousands of traditional and modern rugs and so when you do find yourself spoilt for choice in store or on line, we could bring you a selection of rugs to your door.
This service is currently only available within a 75 miles radius of our stores in North Wales, Staffordshire and Swindon and is only applicable to rugs sizes from 3.05m x 2.44m and over. However, if the service proves to be as popular as we expect there is no reason why we can’t extend it further.
And so if you find yourself looking to purchase a new rug at any time of the year and after utilising all our services available to you online, give us a call and talk to us about our Bring to Home Service. It could provide the perfect solution to your home décor dilemma.
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