If you are a professional interior designer, architect, home stager, or licensed general contractor that works with homeowners on their design or improvement projects, we encourage you to join our Trade program. You'll receive 25% savings on full-priced products as well as an additional 15% discount on products on sale.
To apply for the Trade program, please complete the online application below.
Once your application has been submitted with valid documentation (see list below), you will receive an email within 48 hours to confirm the outcome of your application.
At least one of the following documents is required to support your Trade application:
- Valid membership in a major design organization (e.g., ASID, IIDA, AIA, NKBA, IDC)
- Interior design certification (e.g., NCIDQ, CCIDC)
- Valid business license verifying your business in interior design or licensed general contracting
- Valid EIN or Resale Certificate confirming active interior design based business
- Membership proof from an international interior design organization equivalent
The Trade program is only for professional interior designers, architects, home stagers, and licensed general contractors that work with homeowners on their design or improvement projects. The program is not open to other businesses not focused on the residential design and home improvement segment.
If you intend to purchase merchandise for resale, you will be required to supply a Resale or Sales Tax Certificate. Without this documentation, sales tax will be applied to all orders. Signed Resale or Sales Tax Certificates are required for each state where you seek tax exemption (US only).
PLACING TRADE ORDERS
Trade orders can be emailed to email@example.com. Please include shipping and billing addresses on your order. An invoice will be emailed to you to be paid in full to finalize the order.
The Trade program benefits may only be used by the named account holder and their recorded authorized users. Misuse of the program will result in program termination.
For questions about the Trade program, contact Kathie Mullin