At Rosehill HQ, we’re gearing up to head to CRE next week and it’s safe to say that the office is a little bit hectic right now. But with all the preparation in hand we wanted to give you a little preview of our new brochures and posters…
Recently, we’ve been trying to give our brand a refresh and update – we want to keep our traditional side, whilst also looking modern and keeping up with new trends.
— Rosehill Furnishings (@Rosehill_Group) October 13, 2017
So tell us, what do you think of our new style brochures and posters?
— Rosehill Furnishings (@Rosehill_Group) October 11, 2017
Don’t forget that our new brochures will be complete with our newest stock. To order your copy today just call the office on 0161 485 1717.
Phase 2 of our office refurbishment is well under way.
Before: Plain old grey office blinds 🙁
After: Fancy new roller blinds 🙂
There still quite a bit to do before the refurbishment is complete.
New desks and storage units are currently being produced to our specifications, these are due to be installed within the next few weeks and the last few items should follow soon after.
All of the new office furniture (including the blinds) is available from Rosehill Furnishings, If you would like to visit our showroom to see the change in person or if you would any further information on any of our products please contact us by email at email@example.com or call us on 0161 485 1717.
Caring for and maintaining your furniture could really extend its life, by years. Problems need to be addressed quickly and effectively to avoid irreparable furniture damage. It may seem time consuming at first, but it will save you money on replacement furniture and repairs in the long run, plus your church, community centre or even education establishment will look better for longer.
From our years in the industry, we’ve heard so many different reasons, so we’ve compiled a list of some of the most common cause of furniture damage. Hopefully this will help you to avoid any future damage and perhaps improve the lifespan of your furniture…
- Screws becoming loose
- Abrasive cleaning products, cloths or scrubs (please read the care guide or label with your furniture)
- Not stacking or storing furniture correctly
- Chairs being stacked, when they’re not designed to be stacked (shop our stacking chairs instead)
- Furniture not being moved correctly
- Table tops being etched by spills of liquids
- Indoor furniture being used outdoors
- Sunlight causing colour bleaching
- Stains not cleaned up properly or quickly enough
- Furniture not being used correctly – i.e. using a foot rest as a stool and it snapping or breaking.
Now that’s just ten of our the most common causes we’ve heard over the years but all of which are avoidable. Rosehill sell furniture for all uses, and we can help you provide great aftercare. All you need to do is call our sales team and ask. We can help you find some of the most durable products on the market fit for purpose.
If you can think of anymore reasons, comment below.