London, UK – THE hunt for furniture and homeware has just got easier following the launch of a new website showcasing products from the UK’s top high street and online stores.
Thanks to www.myhomeneedsthat.com finding that perfect item for one’s home is now as simple as a click of a mouse. No more trudging round stores or endless web-browsing. Instead searches can be done from the comfort of one’s armchair via ONE website. The new site is a one-stop-shop for everything in the field of homeware – from sofas to picture frames, from beds to candles.
Myhomeneedsthat.com co-founder Stephanie Pilling commented “Finding the right items that complimented our new home was so time-consuming. We hope our site enables people to create beautiful homes without spending all their spare time searching for those elusive pieces.”
The clear and easy-to-use site features all the nation’s favourite retailers such as John Lewis, Habitat and Made.com and users won’t miss out on the sales. They are able to search by discount and can also view any voucher codes applicable to their chosen items.
The site’s proprietary colour detect technology drives the colour filter that empowers users to find the product that best matches their room’s interior. Where stores are selling the same product users can compare the prices to ensure they get the best deal.
And if that wasn’t enough, myhomeneedsthat.com will be featuring the 12 weeks of Christmas blog series with different products to tempt readers each week in the run-up to the big day – http://myhomeneedsthat.com/blog/christmas-countdown-12-weeks-to-go/ . The articles aim to provide some much-needed inspiration over the festive period.
www.myhomeneedsthat.com was launched by husband and wife team Adam and Stephanie Pilling in October 2014 as the UK’s first and only search engine dedicated to furniture and homeware. The site features products from all the high street brands plus the websites of hundreds of manufacturers. Adam, an IT professional, provides the technical brawn and Stephanie, a medical research manager, provides the creative brain.
Contact: Adam Pilling
Telephone: 07792 793 360