Indigo Furniture Bespoke Packaging

Bespoke Packaging

Made locally for Indigo your furniture and samples arrive in bespoke, packaging.

ROBUST CARDBOARD

After all of the skill and craftsmanship which is imparted into each piece of furniture it’s essential that the item is protected during storage and transit. Broached with this issue the Indigo design team collaborated with a local packaging manufacturer to create bespoke, branded packaging which carries the Indigo name and has been specifically designed. The main body of each piece is encased in robust cardboard and finished with end caps to provide supreme protection on the edges of the furniture.

Your delivery team will remove all of the packaging during the installation process and remove it for recycling.

VICKER’S EMPIRE STITCHER

Alongside cutting edge print technology the packaging workshop is home to classic machinery including this Vicker’s Empire Stitcher, built by this iconic British company which was founded in 1921.

Widely believed to have been designed by Barnes Wallis, born in Ripley, Derbyshire. Prolific inventor of the Bouncing Bomb used by the allies during WW2 and part of the ‘Dambusters Raid’ to attack the Ruhr Valley.

INDIGO SAMPLE PACKS

Our delightful sample packs carry the distinct Indigo branding and have been designed in house by Indigo’s creative team.

Use the online form to order from the Indigo range of Plank, Oak, Leathers: Choose from Aged Saddle or Conker Saddle and the Indigo range of tactile yet heard wearing fabrics.

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LAZY COW

Look out for the Indigo Lazy Cows and Lazy Calfs which will arrive in their own unique carry-box complete with portholes for their head and tails.

Crafted from offcuts of our distinct Aged Saddle and Conker Saddle leather leftover from our sofa and armchair workshops.

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WASTE NOT

With innovation at it’s heart the workshop has recently installed a full-circle recycling plant, on site at it’s Derbyshire factory. 

Utilising offcuts and scrap cardboard left over from the manufacturing process which are turned into a dense, compressed pellet.

The end result can be used in log burners and open fires and also been used as packaging to protect and buffer items against damage.

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