'We're proud of our long running history with The National Trust ... and the fact that they keep coming back for more is a great recommendation for the quality of the furniture that we sell.'
(PRWEB UK) 20 June 2013
The National Trust have selected The Garden Furniture Centre to supply a range of Oak Garden Furniture to Montacute House, the 16th Century Elizabethan Mansion in Somerset that was originally built for Sir Edward Phelips.
Jon Haimes, Managing Director at The Garden Furniture Centre said,
"We're proud of our long running history with The National Trust. In the past we've supplied to a number of their locations including Upton House and Gardens and Sizergh Castle Gardens.
"Montacute House is the latest order we've received and the fact that they keep coming back for more, and on different sites as well, is a great recommendation for the quality of the furniture that we sell. It confirms that, as a retailer, our products stand out from the crowd."
The commercial side of the business is an area that the company are looking to promote and build on going forward. They already have a history of supply to many local councils, schools and various NHS sites and believe that strengthening this arm of the business could be a fruitful exercise going forward.
The Garden Furniture Centre has one of the largest independent furniture collections in the UK. They have over 2000 products in their online catalogue including a huge range of 'grade a' Teak Garden Furniture, Reclaimed Teak Furniture, Indoor and Outdoor Rattan Furniture, high end Parasols and Gazebos for both the commercial and domestic markets and a range of quality Garden Accessories as well.