“When we needed a true retail expert to present at our annual Leadership Conference, the first person I reached out to was Martin. He has an incredible understanding of retail and successful retail formats and has a proven track record of helping transform good retailers into great retailers!“
Editor in Chief at Furniture Today
“Martin and his team repositioned and rebranded my company, aspenhome. They uncovered the core values that make us unique and created a new brand that perfectly expresses that. The brand and graphic system is still relevant and stands apart from the pack, even today... 5 years later. Martin is the perfect balance of strategy and design, and a true innovator.“
Home Furnishings Marketing
“Mr. Roberts and his associate, Jennifer Magee, consulted with our architectural team on the new university bookstore at the University of Arkansas. Both were super collaborators and expert in the specialty of bookstore retailing and associated design.“
Architect for the University of Arkansas Bookstore
"It was a pleasure to work with Martin and his company as consultants for the rebranding and store concept design for Morris Furniture. Martin is an extremely creative individual with a constant flow of ideas. His knowledge for retail design is vast and with that knowledge, can provide exactly what a specific company is looking for with great communication skills."
“Martin's knowledge in Retail Design is extraordinary. He delivers projects on time, within budget and to client's total satisfaction.“
our process is interactive
Our comprehensive approach to problem solving begins with a thorough knowledge of the consumer mindset, adds the specific needs and goals of the individual client, and uses the latest research techniques and imaginative design solutions to encourage customers to buy more.
The Furniture Mall of Kansas entered the greater Kansas City market with the opening of its showroom in the former 160,000 square foot Benchmark Home Furnishings space to a great reception. In this video, the owners, give a vid
Riley’s Furniture and Mattress Store in Monroe, Ohio had a 30,000 sq. ft. two‐ story “piecemeal” showroom that had been remodeled and added to throughout the last 45 years one area at a time creating an inconsistent look a