Surya's fall 2016 catalog focuses on simplified shopping
October 18, 2016,
CARTERSVILLE, Ga. — Surya has released its Fall 2016 catalog, which includes enhancements designed to make it even easier to shop Surya accessories across all product categories. The catalog is now available in print, online and via Surya's free iPhone/iPad app.
To help customers quickly find products, Surya has grouped all accessories into four major categories: hard lines (lighting, wall decor and decorative accents), textiles (pillows, throws, accent furniture and bedding), rugs and outdoor products. Pillows, lighting and mirrors are now organized by style, making it easy to locate coordinating products across the entire Surya line. Accessories within each style are presented in order of descending price, from high to low, further simplifying product selection.
"With each new catalog, we look for ways to bring more value to our customers, and to enrich the accessories-buying experience," said Satya Tiwari, president, Surya.
Also featured in the catalog are sections dedicated to Surya's growing personalization options, including made-to-order rug and art programs offering almost limitless design flexibility and shipment of products in as little as one week.
Currently mailing to customers, the fall catalog will make its official debut at High Point Market. Market attendees can pick up a copy in the Surya showroom – Showplace 4100 – which will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., beginning Friday, Oct. 21. The catalog can also be accessed online at www.surya.com/ecatalog.
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