High-End Furniture Brands and Their Distinguishing Qualities
Distinguishing Characteristics of the High-End Furniture Brands Available at Carrocel
Consumers can often be overwhelmed, if not bombarded, by the sheer amount of advertising to which they are exposed on a daily basis. At virtually every turn, whether in print, on radio or television, online, or on their mobile devices, people are routinely subjected to marketing or promotional pitches that urge them to take certain actions, ones that will typically involve purchasing a product or service.
Many of these ads will highlight the advantages and benefits of these products and services above all other alternatives/competitors, to the point where one might challenge why those other options are even available. Furthermore, advertisers will often incorporate terminology and/or catch-phrases that are vague/open to interpretation as a means of representing their products or services in the best possible light.
One such adjective is high-end, a term that advertisers may use to justify the prices or fees charged for their products or services respectively. But the fact that an item is high-priced does not mean that it is high-end; and quite often, people have paid high prices for goods or services that proved to be of rather low value or poor quality.
One market in which the latter is particularly true is furniture; there is a significant difference between expensive (high-priced) furniture brands and high-end furniture brands, which are in turn more completely and rightfully defined by such distinguishing characteristics as their:
Moreover, high-end furniture brands have reputations that are deemed as classic in nature, with the word ‘classic’ in this instance meaning that they have been judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality. It is these types of classic furniture brands that Toronto homeowners will find on display in the 20,000 square-foot showroom of the Carrocel furniture store, centrally located on Bridgeland Avenue near the Yorkdale Mall.
Torontonians in search of new classic furniture for one or more rooms in their homes will find an exquisite collection on display in Carrocel’s showroom, including modern classic and legacy classic (timeless) pieces from such noted high-end furniture designers and manufacturers as:
- Altavista Lane – recognized as a major force in the upholstered furniture industry
- Allison Paladino – internationally-acclaimed designer of home furnishing collections
- Bernhardt – a noted designer and manufacturer of furniture for all rooms in the home
- Baker Furniture – contemporary and traditional furniture, upholstery, and accessories
A visit to the Carrocel showroom will provide time and opportunity for Toronto homeowners to examine the design and construction of a variety of classic furniture pieces or sets and allow them to find the ideal option to suit their personal needs and those of their home.
A Superb Collection of Classic Furniture for Your Toronto Home on Full Display
The Carrocel furniture showroom offers an impressive selection of high-end furniture brands on display over 20,000 square feet of floor space; here, discriminating shoppers looking for new classic furniture can see first-hand the superior quality of the pieces and suites curated by the Carrocel team.
Some examples of the high-end furniture that is currently available in the Carrocel showroom include:
- Bernhardt Brass Cube Side Tables
For a more comprehensive appreciation of the modern classic and legacy classic furniture on display in the Carrocel store showroom, go to Carrocel Showroom
If you are planning or looking to purchase new classic furniture for your Toronto home, a visit to the Carrocel fine furniture store can inspire and present a wide range of ideas and options for your consideration.
Call the specialists from Carrocel, one of the leading classic furniture stores in Toronto, at 416-999-2525 today or contact us for expert advice and assistance, and/or to arrange a consultation in our spectacular showroom located on Bridgeland Avenue near Yorkdale Mall.