Posted 3rd October

Terrys Fabrics launch virtual design app

3rd October 2019 - 13:00pm
app launch, Terrys fabrics, virtual design, digital imaging technology, KBB, KBBDaily,

The home furnishings brand Terrys Fabrics has launched an app that lets buyers visualise products in their home before purchase. The app, Window Planner, uses digital imaging technology and allows customers to virtually test different style blinds within their current interiors. It aims to save time and potential expense on samples, and the company hope the app with increase customer satisfaction levels by allowing buyers to make the correct choice each time.

Paul McGuiness, Director of Terrys Fabrics says, “We believe that the future of home furnishing online depends on creating a unique buying experience, and our goal is to bring ease to the experience and remove any uncertainty from purchasing blinds online. Our app allows users to virtually try blinds in their own home at any time of day, without need for any advisor or sales representative.

"We’re excited to bring this development to the market and make the first steps in changing the online shopping experience for blinds and curtains.”


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