PRN: Exciting 'Inspiration Stations' for Interior Design Advice in CSL Sofa Stores
Exciting 'Inspiration Stations' for Interior Design Advice in CSL Sofa Stores
LONDON, May 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Pay a visit to sofa specialist CSL and you'll find something exciting in store. As seen on Channel 4's 'Secret Shopper' with government retail advisor and infamous 'Queen of Shops' Mary Portas, CSL has installed amazing Inspiration Stations in selected stores.
This innovative and free to use interior design service is currently available in Rotherham, Brent Cross, Croydon and Hull, but will be rolled out to all CSL sofa stores, so no one need miss out on this exclusive facility.
Easy to use and accessible to all - with no pressure to make a purchase, customers simply book an appointment and bring along their measurements for an exciting, interactive, interior design experience.
Not available at any other sofa shops, this is a truly original service that can help users to make those difficult decisions when it comes to decorating the home.
Each Inspiration Station is manned by friendly trained consultants, and uses the latest iPad technology. With help and assistance where needed, CSL customers can create their own virtual mood boards using different wallpaper, paint and furniture options. Once happy with what's been created, the customer can then print out and take away their mood board, as a tangible guide to their interior project.
What's nice about the CSL Inspiration Stations is that they are a service that is free to use to everyone. There's no minimum spend or obligation to buy a CSL sofa, it is simply all about adding value shopping experience.
It's not all about the sofas either. An Inspiration Station can help the user to choose decorating styles and colours, and see how other furniture choices work best in the space that's available.
Of course, using an Inspiration Station will help CSL customers to see exactly how well their potential sofa of choice would fit in with a new interior design scheme. Having a clear projection of how the choices look and fit together is valuable, as it can prevent costly mistakes and disappointing results.
Whatever looks a customer wants to achieve, there's the perfect sofa to be found. These sofa stores offer a huge selection of both leather and fabric sofas, with many traditional and contemporary styles to choose between.
Classic black, brown and white sofas will always be popular, and lend themselves to a many different interiors. Whether cool and contemporary is the required result, or cosy and traditional is what's wanted, these neutral sofa choices are ultimately versatile.
Bolder style choices could be seen as riskier investments, but not when the Inspiration Station has been utilised. This service allows customers with brave tastes to see exactly how these styles will look in their living room, and what dÃ©cor and furniture they go best with.
The in-store Inspiration Stations will allow CSL customers to achieve a professional interior design look, quickly, simply and for free. All they need to do is call their nearest CSL sofa store offering the service and make an appointment to get creative with virtual mood board technology.
To view the entire CSL Sofa collection visit http://www.csl-sofas.co.uk
CSL first launched in 1982 and have strived to build up a good reputation and customer base over the last 20 years. CSL have been featured on Mary Portas's Channel 4 documentary, Queen of Shops, and were notably the first sofa retailer to use the iPad to take sales from customers.