Iconic Interiors, Online Furniture Retail, Cheshire Supplier, Modern Architecture Products
Iconic Interiors : Classic Furniture Supplier
Interior Product Retailer – Architectural Furnishings, 20th Century Chairs
Iconic Interiors Furniture Supplier
Iconic Interiors, a very successful online furniture retailer has recently opened a showroom in Knutsford, Cheshire. They continue to be one of the market leaders in supplying classic furniture pieces to architects and interior designers. Their range is continually increasing with collaborations with British and European furniture designers. The showroom operates on an appointment only basis, please call 01565 723013 for details.
Iconic Interiors to Open New Showroom
Opening a showroom is a very exciting development in the firm’s 8 year history. Traditionally they have been purely an online retailer supplying the classics to architects, interior designers and to the general public.
The Knutsford showroom allows the Iconic furniture pieces much needed space to breathe. The space will allow visitors the opportunity to experience the furniture designs in a suitable setting. Each visitor will be guided around the showroom by a knowledgeable member of the team who can answer any questions.
The May 2013 showroom opening coincides with the introduction of the licensed (Robin Day lounge chair) Leo. The British chair design has already achieved iconic status when appearing in the Sean Connery James Bond film You Only Live Twice (1967). For showroom appointment enquiries please call 01565 723013.
(viewing strictly by appointment only)
Showroom Appointment Line: 01565 723 013
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