This week, we are taking a break from our employee Q&A series to focus on our showroom’s upcoming redesign. If you are anything like us, you are probably eagerly awaiting the transition from ICC Floors to ICC Home. With our upcoming transition, we will have a completely redesigned showroom. Our hope is to provide consumers with a one-stop-shop for everything home improvement. From cabinets to floors to countertops and window coverings, ICC Home hopes to be your chosen design retailer.
With the remodel underway, we wanted to focus on the fact that ICC Home is so much more than simply a “flooring store.” Our goal is to make the design process easy on the customer. Whether you are starting from the beginning and need step-by-step guidance or know exactly what you need, ICC Home’s new showroom will give you a quick, efficient, and joyful shopping experience. We plan to take the “fear” out of decorating. Since we will be a one-stop-shop, we hope to provide you with ease of mind, and you will never have to worry about miscommunication and delays with different contractors in order to have a seemingly beautiful transition during each design step.
While at ICC Home’s new showroom, you will notice that the design process is very meticulous. We did this because we wanted to showcase every bit of our product line for the client to see. From cabinet vignettes to countertops to flooring, all of our products work together in order to show you different styles and design trends in the industry. With our new showroom layout, you can take the guesswork out of a redesign/remodel. We wanted to create a process that included great attention to detail while all being in one place. When you walk into our newly designed showroom, you can say “I want that” and instantly select which design elements you love from our established room scenes.
We are still open during the redesign, and we cannot wait to welcome you to our new showroom. We look forward to assisting you and making your dreams a reality. Thank you for reading, and be sure to check back next week for our continuation of the Q&A blog series.