The Australian designer and manufacturer of blinds opens new retail concept in Melbourne.
December 7th, 2009
Over 100 guests piled into the first Designed Blinds Australia Store at O’Gorman’s of North Coburg, in Victoria’s capital.
Speaking at the launch event, Designed Blinds Australia’s National Sales & Marketing Manager Ben Herrgott, said “The concept is quite simple: create an inspirational retail environment where colours, textures and unique displays create a dynamic space to bring our exclusive designs to the public.”
The fresh retail concept sets a new benchmark for the window coverings industry with its unique design by Burns Goldberg architects and interiors in collaboration with Mr Kevin Clarke, the creative force behind Designed Blinds Australia.
The new store presents a stylish space in which to showcase their impressive collections of blinds, fabrics and innovative products.
Designed Blinds Australia
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