Introducing Flexform San Francisco’s ‘Ready-Made’ Quick Ship ProgramAuthor:Lindsey Shook
Ready-Made: a) Extremely convenient or ideally suited. b) Made for purchase and immediate use by any customer.
Having opened the only Flexform flagship showroom on the US West Coast in 2014, Flexform San Francisco recently introduced its new ‘Ready-Made’ quick ship program. The ‘Ready-Made’ concept gives designers and retail clients the opportunity to purchase items from a dedicated area of the showroom, that can be delivered directly to their home within days. No longer will clients have to wait months for beautiful, hand-crafted Italian designs by Flexform.
The ‘Ready-Made’ program offering is vast including sofas, sectional sofas, armchairs, coffee tables, side tables, credenzas, American size beds, sofa beds and lighting. A first for Flexform throughout all of their global locations, it was created in response to increasing client requests for furnishing their homes quickly with elegance. The ‘Ready-Made’ area of the showroom will evolve constantly based on client feedback. The Flexform San Francisco website features a dedicated Ready-Made link that hosts the inventory in addition to virtual tours that allow one to experience the product in full color and dimension. .
*Note: Antonio Citterio’s classic designs for Flexform like the ‘Groundpiece’ sofa and ‘Guscioalto’ swivel armchairs are not a part of the program.
For more information, contact one of the Flexform San Francisco design staff for any questions.
Flexform San Francisco
145 Rhode Island Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Hours: M-F 9am-5pm & Sat 11am-4pm
contact: Gregory Herman – firstname.lastname@example.org
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