Anyone who has ever sold furniture knows it can be difficult to give useful advice to customers because you do not know what the customer’s home looks like.
I went to an interesting event last week. It was Bohus, Norway’s largest furniture retail chain, that every year gathers all their furniture manufacturers and storeowners for a great Bohus..
1. Photography. 3D visualization lets customers play around with all the color and variation options there is. You only need one 3D model of the furniture to apply all the variations. That means..
Looking at furniture in the store is one thing, but imagining what it would look like in another color, another configuration or at home in the living room is difficult to do.
Furniture retail has previously been a very offline affair, but more and more retailers are taking advantage of the many digital tools available to them. This evolution makes perfect sense..
Carts that triple in size and customers that keep coming back for more - no wonder the Cylindo Room Planner has the furniture industry talking.