Champagne reception celebrates Chiswick showroom bringing high-quality interiors to the high street!
October 17, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Urbane Living is inviting members of the public to join them for the grand opening of their new Chiswick showroom.
From 12pm on Thursday 18 October and Friday 19 October, interiors enthusiasts are welcome to drop by for a glass of champagne whilst they browse Urbane Living's range of unusual wood floors, carpets and wall coverings. Experts will also be on hand to discuss products and design ideas.
The flagship showroom boasts 130m2 of floor space and is conveniently located on the busy Chiswick High Road alongside cafes, restaurants and interior design boutiques.
The space has been carefully designed by local interior designer Kate Arbuthnott and each detail has been meticulously planned to create a calming and inspiring atmosphere for homeowners and interior designers.
A sophisticated colour scheme and strategic product displays ensure the showroom feels spacious, uncluttered and soothing. Different decorative wallpapers have been used throughout the showroom, including metallic wallpaper, to give a contemporary look and feel and to illustrate how these papers can be used to add warmth and
interest to a space.
No need to worry about the stresses of shopping with children either. Urbane Living has included a showroom 'Snug' which features a tree and fawn by a Dutch designer, giving the space an extra touch of fun which is sure to keep little ones entertained.
Urbane Living, which has been based in Chiswick for a number of years, is opening its new showroom to display some of its range to members of the public and businesses that are interested in wooden flooring. As well as many varieties of wood flooring, Urbane Living also specialises in eco-friendly paints, alternative flooring and
decorative wall covering.
Adam Robertson, co-founder of Urbane Living, commented, "We are thrilled with our new showroom and we warmly invite you to visit us and see it for yourself. Please do come along for a glass of champagne!"