Address Home launches its online store
Address Home, a luxury home decor brand with a range encompassing a blend of products that are hip, enduring, baroque and yet contemporary, has launched its ecommerce portal - www.addresshome.com.
Rajat Singhi, Founder and Creative Director, Address Home says, “We are delighted about the launch of our ecommerce portal - www.addresshome.com, since it allows us to penetrate tier 2 and tier 3 cities where we do not currently have exclusive stores. Our online store focuses on fine home linen, exquisite dinnerware, and stylized décor accessories along with color-coordinated collections and gives our customers a 24 hour access to our exclusive collections.” He adds, “At present, Address Home has exclusive stores located in Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Nagpur, and we plan to expand our retail footprint by opening exclusive stores in Bangalore, Chandigarh and Pune, this year.”
The products are designed in-house and also created all over the world. The web version also focuses on customer convenience with three sections clearly demarked as Shop, Decorate and Gift present offering ease of navigation. The shop section allows you to browse and shop for products ranging from luxurious linen, dinnerware, and tableware to accessories, candleware & objet d’art, while the Decorate section allows you to dress your homes based on colors and trends with décor collections especially styled and curated for all living spaces. Gift shopping is made easy with an assorted range of gifts for him and her, and other special occasions. A range of over 500 products; all highly desirable; poses a problem of choice for the customers.
For payment , the website offers secure gateways and seamless logistics in terms of modes of payment. Credit/Debit card, Netbanking and Cash-On-Delivery (COD), all 3 modes of payment are available. Addresshome.com has its reach to over 500 Indian cities and towns. This venture aims to expand the brand’s customer base and offer services to existing customers from the comfort of their homes