Recently, data has shown that people are less trustful of companies that do not have a brick and mortar store location.
I have noticed a lot of comments online from people who make comments on furniture store websites and chat rooms that they are no longer interested in the cheap, “some assembly required” furniture that they find in stores these days. I have noticed a resurgence in the interest for custom furniture. I’m not sure who might be looking for custom furniture options in this area, but I’m happy to report that my husband has officially opened a brick and mortar (garage) store for his custom furniture. My husband has made custom furniture his entire life- it’s a family business. People from all over the world have ordered his products and we have made a very comfortable life with his handiwork. When his father owned the company, he made the decision to close down the brick and mortar store to focus more on online sales for the family’s custom furniture. Since then, it has been my husband’s dream to reopen that brick and mortar custom furniture location. I guess the online age has come full circle. Recently, data has shown that people are less trustful of companies that do not have a brick and mortar store location. That increasing trend over the last few years was music to my husband’s ears. We’re not jumping in head first, however, we want to make sure that there’s an interest for a brick and mortar custom furniture shop before we open a large storefront or something crazy. That’s why we’re starting in the detached garage/workshop for now. So, come by! Stop in! (And, please, wear a mask!).