The Packey Webb brothers knew they needed to update their showroom. However, like everyone else in 2009, budgets had been slashed and the future was uncertain.
They proceeded cautiously, working at first with Ford’s Corporate Design specifications for interior design, space planning, and all finishes and furnishings. Unfortunately, it became apparent that yesterday’s standard specifications had become an expensive model to work off of.
This is where Key Interiors came in. By sourcing and providing alternate product and design, we were able to build a bridge between our client’s budget realities and Corporates’ aesthetic and quality standards.
At the end of the project, the Packey Webb family got the benefits that always follow a showroom renovation, within budget, and Ford was more than satisfied with the results.