Through conversations with customers, we’ve learned they are interested in finding out more about how to furniture shop and what to do with their new furniture once they’ve made the purchase.
(PRWEB) December 17, 2012
American Freight Furniture and Mattress is excited to announce the launch of its new home décor blog, From House to Home. The blog will provide readers with budget home decorating tips, DIY projects, design ideas and tutorials. Customers and readers are encouraged to share their decorating ideas or ask any home décor questions.
So far, From House to Home has covered a wide variety of topics, including modern holiday décor, how to decorate small bathrooms, tips for first time furniture buyers, and furniture advice for pet owners. As the blog continues to grow, they hope to cover more topics like these that will help people bring their own unique style and personality into their homes with confidence.
“Through conversations with customers, we’ve learned they are interested in finding out more about how to furniture shop and what to do with their new furniture once they’ve made the purchase,” said Kelly Warren, spokesperson for American Freight. “We love that we’re able to help people find the furniture they love at our stores, but now we can go even further by assisting them with the decorating process as well. They love the tips we offer, and we love being able to maintain that relationship with our customers even after they’ve left the store.”
To stay up-to-date on new ways to decorate your home on a budget, visit From House to Home at http://www.americanfreightfurniture.wordpress.com.
About American Freight
Founded in 1993, American Freight has chosen to maintain modest warehouses instead of expensive showrooms to keep costs low and pass the savings along to the customers. Because of this, customers don’t have to pay expensive retail showroom markups while still taking home high-quality furniture. American Freight sells living room furniture, bedroom furniture, dining room furniture, children’s furniture, mattresses, and more.