Quick Draw Retail Ready furniture by Sheridan&Co

March 27th, 2013 by retail design blog

Retail design expert Sheridan&Co is launching an off-the-peg range of temporary retail furniture in response to market demand for low cost, retail-ready display for pop-ups and other fast turnaround opportunities. Sheridan&Co has created its Quick Draw Retail Ready furniture as an effective and affordable solution for brands to respond rapidly to opportunities that may arise such as pop-up shops and events. Brands can potentially create a retail presence with the new range for as little as £500.

The range of lightweight, fully recyclable, flat pack furniture specially created for the retail sector is quick to rollout and easy for brands to install themselves. There are two families of furniture on offer in the range. The Slot range includes counters and back fixtures that slot together easily, to become a rigid structure. Stack is a selection of display boxes, which can either be clipped together with quirky bulldog clips, or with hidden fixings for a clean look.

The furniture is made from re-board, a 100% recyclable, lightweight material that comes in a brown card finish, white, or in any colour as a direct print. The Sheridan&Co design team can merchandise, source props and brand the furniture for a bespoke look, at an additional cost.

Michael Sheridan, chairman and founder of Sheridan&Co, said: “Our low cost, temporary, retail furniture is a way for brands to respond rapidly to opportunities that arise at short notice.
“It gives them a practical and impactful retail presence they might not otherwise be able to afford. The flexibility of the furniture will allow them to experiment with their branding and merchandising, before investing in permanent retail.”

Designed by Sheridan&Co

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