This post is brought to you by Fashion For Home.
Question: Revolutionary prices for beautiful design?
Answer: Fashion For Home
Let’s face it, beauty and good design are at the top of any interior design enthusiast’s wishlist; no one wants trash cluttering up their hallway or hanging from their light fittings! But given that indulging in your favourite designers can often come with a hefty price tag that promises to go into the thousands (and more…), for most of us value for money is also a seriously important buying factor when its comes to our homes.
What’s that I hear?: “You can’t get both”! Nonsense!
Someone once said “Negativity is expensive” and in this case, they couldn’t be more right! So drumroll please… I present the stuff that interior dreams are made of: Fashion for Home. This Berlin-based furniture company has eshops in the U.S, the UK, Germany, Austria and The Netherlands and with over 40 designers across 7 different ranges, there is something to whet everyone’s styling appetite!
In terms of Fashion For Home’s 7 lines, my personal favorite is Fashion for HomeStudio Copenhagen. While many of us recognize the classic straight, crisp lines of traditional Scandinavian design, this range adds some gorgeous, soft curves to the mix: a fusion which has proven very popular among Fashion For Home’s customers. Within Studio Copenhagen, Fashion for Homethe Wimbledon sofas and armchairs are one of the best sellers and are a great example of this union of the curvy and the minimal. Other ranges such as Amore di Casa have been praised for having a far more traditional and delicate aesthetic, with intricately carved wood playing a central role in design.
I have been asked time and time again, “what’s the catch? How do you keep prices low on such great products?” The truth of the matter is that Fashion For Home cuts out storage costs, which significantly increase prices, by making-to-order. Once you order your product it will be made and shipped directly to you, without any hanging around on the way. So there isn’t a catch, there just isn’t a store!