LakeHouse Lifestyle, LLC, the destination of choice for anyone looking for unique, hand crafted lake house decor, lake art, signs and knick knacks, now has a completely redesigned website for their online store. The new website features LakeHouse Lifestyle's complete product inventory and also features intuitive and engaging shopping tools that allow shoppers to personalize any product with their favorite lake.
LakeHouse Lifestyle owner, Brian Cooney, was understandably excited in explaining the many new features of the redesigned website for his company. "With the new site, we are adding additional products, some of them produced in our own shop. The first site was very basic and offered a handful of items. After about a year, and more items a more robust site was required."
The new website also gives LakeHouse Lifestyle the ability to add new products to their existing line of personalized gifts and home decor items, an opportunity they seized upon immediately. "We noticed that lake oriented 'hostess gifts' are quite popular during the summer lake season, especially as a thank you from friends and family having enjoyed a weekend at the lake. We are adding these new products, which are affordably priced and rapidly shipped to ensure a timely 'thank you'," noted Cooney.
In addition to gifts, apparel and knick-knacks, LakeHouse Lifestyle's new website also offers shoppers a stellar selection of bold, colorful canvas prints and lake art, including vintage signs that can be customized with a family name and any favorite lake house location. Their three dimensional lake maps are a huge hit with fellow 'riparians.' These maps are laser-cut to precise specifications and provide a accurate three dimensional representation of any lake chosen by a LakeHouse Lifestyle customer.
LakeHouse Lifestyle staff and owner understand better than most just how closely tied lakehouse lovers are to these tranquil getaway because they too are devoted 'riparians.' Cooney's family purchased a lake house in Wisconsin when he was just 14 years old. The realtor who sold the Cooney family the house told them that the average duration of ownership of a lake home was seven years. "My father replied, 'We'll be here much longer than that.' That was 24 years ago and I now own the same house," says Cooney with a just a hint of irony and obvious satisfaction.
LakeHouse Lifestyle's new website was designed and developed by NinthVector. They have been providing web development, ecommerce integration and online marketing services since 2004. The site they designed for LakeHouse Lifestyle makes it possible for the company to better service the needs of their many loyal, lake house loving clients by providing them with a full inventory of top quality, personalized products as well as fast and convenient online shopping services.
About LakeHouse Lifestyle: LakeHouse Lifestyle has been in the hand-crafted, American-made lake gifts business since their inception in 2008. Being fellow riparians for over 30 years, the owners of LakeHouse Lifestyle understand the love that lake house owners have for these retreats so their intent is to always strive to provide their guests with products that are not only fun and practical, but that will evoke memories of lazy summer days spent lakeside. As they always say, 'Life is better at the lake.'
For more information on LakeHouse Lifestyle visit their website or call 1-888-620-LAKE.
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