'What is the True Value of Style?' asks Mobelli
Mobelli Furniture + Living shows you the true value of style and proves that buying beautiful furniture doesn't have to break the bank.
'Money can't buy style'
There is a saying that people often forget when they are planning on redecorating their homes: 'Money can't buy style'. The perception that you have to spend a great deal of money in order to transform your place into a more stylish space can be discouraging. In one's mind, all the modern, classy or sophisticated furniture is too expensive, but the reality is that they are very attainable – it all depends on where you shop.
Mobelli Furniture + Living has embarked on a campaign to help the pubic realise that you don't have to break the bank to buy the desirable pieces you want in your home. The campaign is based on one simple question: What is the true value of style?
Mobelli's interactive pricing game
Mobelli has come up with an innovative way to illustrate its point by referencing its indoor range. Using an interactive game, you can peruse through some of the establishment's favourite pieces. See its beautiful designs, be inspired by set-ups and guess how much the pieces cost.
The game is very simple and easy to play. All you have to do is go to Mobelli's Summer campaign page, scroll through the different set-ups, click on items and select the price you think they cost. In addition to learning how affordable these furniture pieces are, you will also learn more about the items to help you decide if they are what you want in your home.
For more inspiration, you can download a brochure on the Summer campaign page that's full of interior design ideas that you can bring into your own home. The brochure was created to help you find the style and look that will work best – it's like having an interior designer in your pocket. It's also a great tool for interior designers to keep on hand and show to clients when choosing furniture.
Be inspired, surprised and motivated by learning the true value of style with Mobelli Furniture + Living.