From Friday 20th of March - the entire creative team across brand, digital and interiors have been set up to work remotely until there is a change in the current situation.
As a small, family run independent business, we're staying proactive and positive and adapting to each day as it comes. We are committed to supporting our brilliant staff, amazing clients and our local supply chain in all possible ways.
While our actual office in Sheffield is temporarily closed - we are still very much open for business - as we usually would be Monday-Friday 9am-5pm in terms of design, ongoing projects, emails, phone/facetime appointments and consultations with existing and new clients.
The main office phone will be paused for a while - and we'll be on email only from Saturday 21st of March. If you're not already in an email conversation with us you can reach us on email@example.com and someone will be in touch shortly.
This is a time of real uncertainty with lots of unknowns...But we wanted to let you know that we're here for you if and when you need us. Please drop us a line with anything your business may need during this time, in terms of branding, website development or interior design.
We also want to wish our clients, friends and suppliers that we've worked with over the last 16 years a huge virtual hug of support and solidarity for the times ahead - we're hopeful that with everyone supporting each other - we'll get through this sooner rather than later.
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