Luxury rug retailer FrithRugs has brought a new meaning to the home shopping experience by introducing a Bring to Home service for interior designers. This new facility will see the company bringing a selection of rugs directly to the designer, allowing them to see how the rug they want actually looks in-situ.
Director Andrew Frith says: “Bring to Home provides an unrivalled customer service which our commercial clients in particular will welcome. It will considerably enhance our current interactive offering which allows designers to see rugs they like in various 3D room sets on our website or allows them to use Apple FaceTime to look at rugs with us. This brings the meaning of interactive to a whole new level.”
FrithRugs is one of the largest rug retailers in the UK, offering thousands of traditional and modern rugs to choose from which makes it one of the first ports of call for interior designers who want the UK’s best selection of rugs. The company will even design a bespoke rug from scratch or can make changes to existing rug designs. With rectangular rugs, circular rugs, oval rugs, runners, hexagonal and half-moon rugs in stock and even a unique L-shaped rug to go around corners, FrithRugs is helpful to the interior designer.
Andrew says: “We appreciate that even the finest professional eye may find it hard to imagine how a rug will fit into a design scheme and so the obvious next stage for us was to bring a rug selection directly to a customer’s door allowing them try it out in the environment they are dressing.”
The company has invested £100,000 in vehicles and staff to operate the Bring to Home service. It is currently available within a 75 miles radius of a store and applies to rugs size 3.05m x 2.44m and over. FrithRugs promise to bring your selected rugs to a specific address within seven days of selecting them in-store. The company also operates an Interior Design Discount Scheme, which gives a discount on all orders and increases the more you spend.
“Our stores in North Wales, Staffordshire and Swindon cover most of England and Wales,” said Andrew. “However, if the service proves to be as popular as we expect there is no reason why we can’t extend it further.”