By Audlem Webteam - 17th January 2012 7:04am
Many will have seen the new shop in Shropshire Street, Dressing Rooms.
There's now a page for the shop giving full details of their services in the Organisations section of Audlem Online — simply click on the link below the photos.
A bespoke Soft furnishings Company, Dressing Rooms have recently relocated from their premises in Nantwich to their new and exciting showroom in Audlem.
The shop opened for business on the 1st December 2011 and is managed / owned by two partners, Jane Ogle & Glenis Lalley, both of whom have vast experience within the soft furnishings sector.
They offer a complete service, from manufacturing high quality bespoke soft furnishings to full installation and after sales care. They start with a visit to your home, where they can fully measure, discuss various options and ideas to suit your needs and budgets.
They also have a wide range of fabrics, poles, wallpapers and accessories to help you choose the colours and designs that suit your individual taste.
Services they offer include:
- All types of curtains
- All types of blinds
- All types of pelmets
- Cushions and throws
- Poles and tracks
- Occasional chairs
- Carpets and flooring
- Home accessories
Monday - Friday 9.00am – 3.30pm
Saturdays 10.00am — 2.00pm.
Evening & weekend appointments are available and we can work around you, so please call to arrange.
Due to the nature of the business there may be times when they are both of out on appointments so, if you are travelling a fair distance, it would be advisable to call them before you set out to avoid disappointment.
Please call 01270 811991 or 07912 887778 (Jane) or 07917 841530 (Glenis)
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