How BoConcept Manchester is Offering a Free Virtual Interior Design Service
One thing that can help get us through these trying times is by keeping busy. I for one am throwing myself into decorating and DIY projects. You might use this extra time at home to plan a redesign, for example creating a more restful bedroom or a multi-functional living space.
Even though the current situation with Covid-19 means stores are temporarily closed, many businesses have adapted and ‘pivoted’ in a way that enables them to still offer their services, products and advice. One such business in my local area is BoConcept Manchester who are offering a free virtual interior design service to their customers.
Well known for their comfortable and contemporary style, the Danish brand is passionate about creating homes that are made for living. In these challenging times, where a work-life balance is more important than ever, they are particularly well placed to offer advice on the perfect solutions, whether you need quality furniture such as a desk, lighting or stylish storage in the form of practical wall and TV units, sideboards and multi-functional pieces.
Thoroughly modern and Nordic in style, BoConcept Manchester has the perfect recipe for creating a calm, clutter-free and soothing environment. Many items from the collection can be customised, for example modular sofas with extensive colour/fabric options. This is where you may want the input of an experienced design team, as well as their skill to get the balance between a place to focus and a place to relax. While the showroom is closed, BoConcept Manchester’s Interior Designers are busy working from home. The team can still be reached via the usual phone number and emails here on their contact page, but they are also now offering Skype and video calls with customers.
Meet David, the Senior Interior Design Consultant who is currently working from home on this project for one of the characterful old mills in Ancoats:
The client wanted to keep an industrial look and feel in the apartment. The Dark Green Velvet Amsterdam sofa is a beautiful key piece within the living space.
David and his colleagues can design an entire room, or advice on specific accessories and items for the home via a virtual styling session. Restyling can present a challenge, as can making the most of a small space, so it’s good to have an expert to bounce ideas off. (Having worked with an interior designer myself on our bathroom remodel, they think about the details and practical elements the homeowner may overlook.)
As we continue to stay at home for now, why not take advantage of the opportunity to consult with BoConcept Manchester to help you create a perfectly styled home? The good news is that their factories in Denmark are still operating and manufacturing products as normal.
You could also follow the BoConcept Manchester team on social media, where they are sharing images of their own homes and BoConcept designs in a real life setting. If you own anything from BoConcept, I know they would love to see your furniture and accessories! Simply use the hashtag #athomewithboconceptmcr so they can find you.