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Sherrill Furniture Launches ‘Get it Custom, Get it Quick’ Home Office Collection
Upholstery and casegoods producer Sherrill Furniture has introduced the Your Home, Your Office collection, which includes over 100 made in the USA products from seven of their designer brands. The initiative answers the call for the demand for high-quality, stylish home office furniture with quick ship options, for interior designers and retailers alike.
Sherrill’s product offering includes versatile pieces with clean lines that can blend well within any home environment.
To create a custom home office solution, follow the steps below:
1. Visit the website https://yourhomeyouroffice.com
2. Choose the brand
3. Filter by product type or by product name
4. Create a one-of-a-kind home office
“In a world of chaos, consumers are finding their sanctuary at home. It is a place where we can be ourselves, feel secure, and spend time with our families. All of us at Sherrill Furniture are exactly the same way,” said Cindy Hall, vice president of casegood merchandising. “We are very pleased that furniture our hearts and hands touch is able to help comfort and be that sanctuary for someone else. The best part is, we are privileged to do this from Hickory, North Carolina.”
When the pandemic first hit, it disrupted the workplace. As more people began working from home, the need for having a stylish, comfortable, and functional long-term home office solution became evident.
According to an S&P Global Market survey, around two-thirds of businesses that have implemented work from home policies plan to keep those policies indefinitely or at least long-term.
“Only under the Sherrill Furniture family of brands can you find this vast and diverse offering for home office in one place,” said Johnny Suddreth, vice president of sales for Sherrill Furniture. “Our product assortment covers both traditional and transitional pallets, and offers numerous customization capabilities. A combination that truly inspires and empowers one’s creativity.”