Getting In Style with Sunpan

Being an interior designer means finding high quality, stylish, affordable, and reliable trade companies for your client’s projects. Which can, let’s be real, be just as tough as coming up with the designs themselves! That’s why working with companies you can trust to deliver on those ever-important aspects is key. So, when I first heard about Sunpan’s trade program, I knew I had to share the news with my fab interior design friends!

Not only does Sunpan check all the boxes for those crucial aspects, but they also offer hundreds of new products ranging from modern, contemporary, and transitional styles. Which means they’re totally the go-to company for all kinds of clients & projects!

For example, as I was looking to do a refresh for my basement I came across Sunpan’s Saunders coffee table which I knew would make the perfect high-contrast addition. After a couple of blinks, it had already arrived at my door waiting for me to unpack its stunning, delicate details from the box. From its light and organic, raw-edged top to its sleek, black metal legs this is quite literally the most perfect piece!

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Total refresh! Photo by Christy Kosnic Photography

Love unique angels like these! Photo by Christy Kosnic Photography

Once you sign up for their trade program, you’ll have access to alllll the gorgeous pieces through their live online ordering system as well as a dedicated sales support team for any trade pricing questions. Talk about turning the usual headache of placing orders into a total breeze!

Oh, and I can’t forget to mention the amazing benefits of their quick ship program for in-stock products as well as their life-saving reserve feature for back ordered items. Seriously, say less!!

Additionally, interior designers can sign up for Sunpan’s newsletter so you can receive the latest info on new products, market events, and more. Now, this all may sound too good to be true but I promise it’s not! Head to the Sunpan homepage for proof!

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