Fallen Fruits new showroom to open

Garden giftware company Fallen Fruits is set to open its first product showroom.

Based in Ludlow, Shropshire, the purpose built showroom is one of the largest of its kind in the industry.


Fallen Fruits managing director Michael Hall said: "With such a wide selection of products, the new showroom offers the perfect place to exhibit the full range of Fallen Fruits’ versatile collections all under one roof. From the well loved Best for Boots range of home and garden accessories to the larger furniture collections, the showroom provides the perfect space for viewing these pieces in a beautiful, sympathetic setting."


As well as providing a stunning backdrop to showcase Fallen Fruits’ full product range, the new showroom will enable the company to work with buyers to demonstrate and develop both mood displays and more functional planograms.


The opening of the showroom follows the launch of Fallen Fruits’ dedicated furniture catalogue earlier this year and is aimed to be demonstrable of the company’s efforts to increase the ease and efficiency of the buying process for retailers. 

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