Translations for the Furniture and Interior Design Industry

From lighting to furniture, our technical and creative translations include materials such as catalogues, brochures, product descriptions or assembly manuals, facilitating communications for private individuals as well as for businesses in this sector.

Scandinavian furniture and design fascinates people all over the world: simplicity, functionality, light and peacefulness are quintessential to this effortlessly elegant style. How can you evoke this feeling in the languages of your foreign markets?

Your words need to be informative and inspiring, allowing customers to absorb and reflect on your brand. A product description is the closest experience to seeing and touching a table, a wardrobe or a lamp; it should describe the shape, style and texture in a way that communicates the brand’s unique selling proposition.

The customer should be able to “feel” your product and have an emotive response that will lead to its purchase.

Design and furniture translations

Technical translation

Assembly instructions and manuals are another typical example relating to home furnishing accessories. And when luxury interior design items are involved, the need for emotional communication comes back into play.

This approach applies to Swedish, Danish, Finnish and Norwegian companies operating in an international context who need captivating and creative content in English, German, or Dutch among other languages.

Ampere Nordic considers all cultural elements to “enrich” your products in the target country, and will help your brand communicate with your European audience as intended.

Our translators stand for quality

Our skillful professionals have extensive experience writing and translating in the furniture, architecture and interior design sectors, and they know how language is used in advertising and marketing campaigns to perfection.

They also have an in-depth understanding of their respective languages and cultures. Factors they will consider when working on your copy include:

  • Local customs and conventions
  • Social taboos
  • Colour symbolisms
  • Currencies
  • Formatting of numbers, dates and times
  • Metric systems
  • Images