A furnishing retailer thats making a huge difference in their market, Made.com's offering is really quite something. With the SATORI & SCOUT studio lined with Made.com products, from retro Directors lamps for our desk spaces, to coat hangers at the front door, from cushions and bean bags in the chill-out area to storage within the kitchenette, it is safe to say that we don't have many negative words to say about the e-tailer company or their products.
At the Made.com camp it is believed that typical commercial-designer brands give its customers a hard deal. It is most definitely true to say that everyone involved along the process of a traditional product's sale, from manufacture to someone's possession, takes a percentage of the profits, and it is such concept that drives the world's Consumer Economy. As such, Made.com hope to be different, aiming to always reward the final customer with a sensational price cut by virtue of cutting that process to be as short and efficient as possible. Promising 70% off high street furniture products of similar specification and style, Made.com are really onto something in such a high demand marketplace.
With no physical stores or middlemen involved (though they do now have showrooms in London, Leeds and Liverpool (basically only places that begin with the letter L. Leicester next?), the team at Made.com are simply passionate about delivering a new way of furniture shopping to its customers. All of the products the website offers come direct from its makers, and by a simple process of collating their customer's purchases over a long period of time into one batch order from its makers, this delay leads to economies of scale by way of manufacture efficiency. Despite there being a delay of up to 10 weeks sometimes for some products to be dispatched (such time delay is determined by the point in time that you arrive into its ordering cycle), the saving is often worth the wait. You might strike lucky and find all your favourite home furnishings in its time cycle for typical delivery estimations and therefore everything will feel like a normal website purchase, but if not, simply be content in the knowledge that there are good reasons behind the delay, and that you will soon be a proud owner of some awesome Made.com items. All to pass on the savings to you, Made.com makes all attempt it can to reduce its costs, and with products often of equal or better craftsman-quality than high street store equivalents, SATORI & SCOUT really recommend Made.com.