Are we experiencing a flight to Quality after decades of low cost imports?


It's a good question and I'm confident that the answer is definitely yes.
Consumers are becoming so much more aware and well educated on all aspects of their lives because of the internet and what they choose to spend their money on.
From houses and cars to furniture, clothes and watches.  
No matter what a potential client is interested in there is a wealth of information for them to learn from and understand exactly what they are buying or investing their money in.
However, there is also a great deal of mis-information as well and it is very important to know exactly what it is you are going to be purchasing. 
It's important to ask questions.........many many questions.  Remember, you are buying from afar and companies should be completely transparent.  This is the reason we offer so many pricing options and Crafting Manners.
I think that with some much information in our hands we are able to discover a whole new world in which to "design our lives".  I mean this literally.  We are now able to make so many decisions on how we define who we are and how we express ourselves both outwardly and inwardly.
We have seen mindfulness come to the forefront of peoples internet life and the Scandinavian ethos of hygge living.  We have seen the rise of many many artisan makers of the finest products and this is nothing short of revolutionary!  
For so long the high street has been and is still dictated to by the "pile them high sell them fast" mode of thinking that the more discerning consumer can now delve into a world of the fascinating and most interesting of purchases with small crafting houses.  They can truly "meet the makers".
We no longer need to be "told" to be or buy in a certain way, we can be and buy in any way we choose and hopefully, the information available helps to steer us in the direction of sourcing the very best quality that we are fortunate enough to be able to afford.
In the case of Robinson of England, that could be a beautiful restored Twice Loved Chesterfield sofa for £1499 or an intricately crafted Signature piece for £14,999.  One this is for certain.  We are here to answer questions and talk in-depth about how everything is crafted almost 24 hours a day! 
 

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