Today marks the soft launch for Dering Hall, an online marketplace for interior designers, architects, artisans, and design dealers to showcase their work and sell new, high-end home furnishings and accessories.
"At Dering Hall we are passionate about design and broadening the audience for the best the industry has to offer. Our ongoing mission is to assemble a community of the world’s leading creators in one place and to connect them with other designers and savvy, sophisticated consumers," said a company representative.
The site provides a roster of top talent with permanent storefronts, where they present a curated assortment of products to highly engaged shoppers. These customers, in turn, gain access to unique pieces previously available only to select designer clients.
"It’s an entirely new approach to furnishing a home—and one that makes hunting for that perfect bespoke sideboard a dynamic and enjoyable experience," said the representative.
Buyers can effortlessly browse Dering Hall’s storefronts, search product listings, or keep up to date on favorite designers with their innovative “Follow” function. The site also offers special Featured Sales as well as a range of compelling and inspiring design content.
Stay tuned for additional details later this week.
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