Do you have customers who are wheezing and sneezing this spring season?
Something you may not have considered, is that allergy-prone people are often triggered by the floor and window coverings they choose to have in their homes.
Interior design takes on a whole new level of importance when you’ve got someone at hand who suffers allergies. Though the number of possible triggers is endless, the fiendish four most likely behind everything from runny noses to asthma attacks are pollen, mould, pet hair and dust. The good news is that there is much you can do on the decor front to minimise their risk.
For their windows why not recommend blinds rather than curtains? And easily cleaned roller style blinds rather than venetian blinds? If curtains are a must, they should go for those in a fabric light enough to take down and wash regularly without fading.
More helpful tips include keeping window frames clean of dust and mould as regularly as possible.
Hard floors are better too, so your customer should avoid carpets and rugs. If they must have either, they go for as short a pile as possible.
These are great Springtime conversations that add value to your client experience around important things that we might sometimes forget, like their health and wellbeing.
THE FASHIONLINE TEAM.