Mood of Wood, Gujarat’s leading furniture brand, plans to expand its business footprint in India


09 September 2022 15:59 STI

Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India]September 9 (ANI/PNN): Mood of Wood, a homegrown furniture brand from Gujarat, has announced aggressive growth plans to significantly increase its retail presence across India. The brand plans to launch outlets in key cities across India, especially in Western and Northern India.
Having carved out a niche for itself as an innovative brand with unique furniture solutions, Mood of Wood’s strategy is centered on expansion through its two decades of experience in the furniture industry in Gujarat. It aims to create touchpoints that reach as many people as possible by meeting everyone’s furnishing needs.
Arvind Shah founded furniture brand Mood of Wood to provide customers with exquisite and innovative furnishing ideas in 1997. Shah started with small furniture retail stores in Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar to provide unique and innovative furnishing solutions. innovative products to customers at affordable prices.

Mood of Wood not only provides affordable, durable and long-lasting furniture, but also offers interior design services to bring the vision of the home to life.
“The main features of Mood of Wood’s designs are style, comfort, quality, flexibility and exceptional craftsmanship,” said Arvind Shah, Managing Director of Mood of Wood. “These elements are embedded in our company’s DNA. Our exquisitely crafted ranges appeal to a wide range of customers. We offer people the freedom to choose aesthetics and comfort levels that reflect their personal preferences and lifestyles. “
According to Shah, Mood of Wood offers consumers an experimental one-room project dedicated to a particular customer for their newly built or remodeled home or workplace. This distinct service of providing customers with an unusual experience distinguishes and captures the brand.
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