Valyōu Furniture launches interior design service


Valyou furniture launches a new B2B interior design service, Valyōu Spaces, to support those looking for a living space designed by “renowned interior designers”.

According to Friday (September 2) Press releaseValyōu Spaces is also exploring new partnerships with businesses and real estate professionals seeking furniture design and rental services for owned or rental properties.

The new venture has already had resonance as a business-to-consumer (B2C) service, the statement said, with residents looking to spruce up their homes with new furniture. Valyōu said the program aims to help real estate partners, providing design services directly to clients and helping them access a furnished space as needed.

Valyōu spaces come in three levels, each of which has a different cost with different levels of furniture. The statement notes that the most comprehensive package, Black, includes “linen, cutlery, crockery, toiletries and accessories such as candles” and allows customers to use a turnkey service to walk through a living space. furniture.

“Valyou Spaces is a game-changing opportunity for owners and residents looking to make their moving process as seamless as possible,” said Efi Bisk, co-founder of Valyōu. “Our expert designers know how to create spaces that suit all lifestyles and budgets, taking the guesswork out of how to fully furnish living spaces.”

In other B2B furniture news, wholesale package e-commerce platform GigaCloud Technology closed a $41 million initial public offering (IPO) in August.

Read more: Furniture and large home goods B2B platform GigaCloud closes $41M IPO

The platform works to connect primarily Asian manufacturers with US, Asian, and European resellers, offering discovery, payment, and logistics tools.

“We will build a ‘global trade center for furniture and major household items’ together,” the company said in a press release.

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