Labels For Furniture
PVC, Printed or Woven Labels
From inception to completion, designing furniture is an intricate art form that deserves the finishing touch of a professionally made custom label.
Furniture labels can be made in printed or woven labels with and adhesive backing such as iron-on or peel’n stick.
Why do I need Furniture Labels?
Designer furniture is a specialty market and is very popular with consumers that have lost interest in ‘cookie cutter’ styled furniture from mega warehouses and discount furniture stores. You can see custom furniture, re-purposed furniture, re-finished antiques and shabby chic distressed furniture everywhere you turn on the internet and in our boutiques and cities.
With the birth of Etsy, Craigslist, EBay and all of the other online shops, thousands of new designers into an arena they didn’t think was open to them.
Showcasing your work is just a snapshot and the internet away. For these designers, what will set them apart from their competition? We believe the difference will be in their Custom Label Branding of their designs.
Can I use the Same Label on all of the items I create?
Keep in mind, you are labeling it with your name and information, so the importance of allowing customers and those who appreciate your work, to know where to buy their own is very important. Professional Custom Labels can be found on all types of furniture and items.
Mattresses, chairs, cushions, beds or even upholstery pieces are a few of the items that should be labeled. The fact is that each and every type of item should have a label attached. This label should provide information about the manufacturer who created this piece of furniture, as well as some of the characteristics that have gone into making it.
Keep in mind, just as a piece of art has the designer’s name written somewhere on it, a piece of furniture should also have a label on it that will tell someone exactly where it was manufactured and who created or designed it.
Why furniture labels?
Labels are valuable because they brand a piece of furniture with important information about the creator. They are typically found sewn or ironed on at the bottom of chairs or sofas and they provide a wealth of information about that particular product.
If you are a furniture designer, including information about how many pieces of that specific design were created also adds to the interest in a piece. When talking about furniture and decorative pieces, many people is attracted to find unique or distinctive pieces, therefore, if you include in your label that your creation is the only one of its kind or that it is part of a limited edition, your furniture piece may become more appealing and why not you can price it higher.
Is it Worth the Expense?
A custom label will certainly be a fraction of the cost relative to your item for sale. It is the best ‘word of mouth’ advertising for your designs there is. Consider what you pay for advertising, then think about the fact the potential new customer must be admiring a piece of your work to see the label. That personal branding at the time of interest in the item is priceless. The value it adds for others to find where to go to discover your designs is worth its weight in gold.
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