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Our independence is our strength. Our starting point is always our clients’ requirements and needs, and we don’t allow ourselves to be governed by limited production facilities. With no in-house production to take into account, we can instead guide clients to the right product, in the right style, from the right supplier with the right pricing and the right delivery date. With the broadest selection on the market we create room for manoeuvre and freedom of choice for our clients.
Small, medium or large?
The best interior is one adapted to the needs and unique requirements of the individual project. At Input interior we have no off-the-shelf package solutions. An order placed with us can never be too large, too small or too complicated. Come along and view, touch, try out and examine furnishing items from the broadest range on the market at our 47 showrooms throughout the Nordic region.
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Interior design in a range of prices
Interior design must be functional, ergonomic, durable and financially justifiable, support day-to-day activities, be attractive and ensure comfort. Not all interior design is the same, and the difference is always noticeable in the long run. We deliver furniture and interior design services to a value of EUR 300 million every year. With large purchase volumes and no unnecessary intermediaries, we offer an efficient and transparent business process.
With thousands of projects completed every year, we have acquired unique expertise and experience that we are happy to share. With combined knowledge from 600 employees, we will guide you through all aspects of interior design. From wear resistance, fire protection and test specifications to eco-labelling, elimination of chemicals, durability and care instructions.
Sustainable investment concerns the future just as much as the present. We believe in sustainable production, smart material choices, purchasing with a conscious long-term approach, re-use and responsible renewal. Utilisation of the earth’s limited resources must be part of a circular cycle – not a one-way trip to the tip.