Spectra Home launches Spectra Design program

Spectra Home’s Spectra Design program includes pieces from its Christina @ HOME Collection.

Upholstery and occasional furniture maker Spectra Home introduced Spectra Design, a program created to make it easier for interior designers to order from Spectra Home to meet their project needs.

With Spectra Design professional interior designers have access to a program with features including no minimum orders, a full trade discount, domestic product with some customization options and quick ship for domestic and in-stock program orders. Once an interior designer is approved to open an account with Spectra Home they will have access to fabric swatches, collection catalog links and photography for their idea boards.

“Our showroom at 200 North Hamilton in High Point is open for designers to visit by appointment on the first Tuesday of every month as well as at pre-market and market,” said Jim Telleysh, senior vice president. “In the showroom they can experience many of the frames first hand and compare swatches. Orders can be placed through their area sales reps or by contacting our customer service.”

As part of the Spectra Design program designers can order Christina @ HOME, Christina Anstead’s new upholstery and occasional accents collection offering a fresh, modern, casual vibe for active families and those who will not sacrifice style for durability, as well as the Spectra USA upholstery program of domestically made seating options in an array of customizable designer and performance fabrics that can be ready in approximately eight weeks, and Spectra Leather, top-grain leather stationary sofas and accent chairs, many of which are stocked and ready to ship from the High Point warehouse in 48 hours.

For more information designers can contact their area sales rep or Dennis Pressley, national sales manager, at [email protected].

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