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The Bombay Company launches consumer-facing online store
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Oct '12
The Bombay Company, a leader in globally-inspired, classic furniture and home decor, unveils a new commerce site at www.bombaycompany.com. The site will offer a range of Bombay's signature pieces, including furniture, decor, gifts, wall decor, lighting, bedding textiles, seasonal and holiday items. 

The assortment will include a mix of best-selling Bombay archival pieces, in addition to a range of new designs, all embodying the brand's dedication to stylish design and quality craftsmanship. 
 
"We're thrilled to announce the launch of the Bombay Web shop, which offers our loyal customers 24/7 access to the comprehensive Bombay collection of classic and eclectic home decor, accents pieces and furniture embodying value luxury, stylish design and time-tested quality," said Wil Hollands, president of Hermes-Otto International USA and owner of The Bombay Company brand. "We are pleased to introduce this new consumer-facing online store as a part of our expanded business model, offering our dedicated customers easier access to their favorite Bombay pieces from the comfort of their homes."
 
The new commerce site offers a range of quality goods featuring classic style, unexpected detail, and global inspiration. The site home page features a series of inspirational lifestyle photos showcasing the array of items offered in the Bombay collection. Each product page includes descriptions, measurements, care instructions, reviews, and multiple images. Additionally, the site offers the unique functionality to foster a sense of community and connect to the brand through social media on Bombay's Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest pages. To check-out, customers will have the option to either register an account or checkout as a guest.
 

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