Symphony – Start Here



Tools & Presentation Process

TAG Hardware’s Symphony Wall Organizer solves storage problems for constrained spaces, combining low-profile wall storage with a high-end design aesthetic. If you have a sample Symphony unit when you’re presenting to a client for the first time, it’s tempting to wow them with the real product when you begin. We recommend that you don’t do this – just follow these three steps instead:


1. Start with a Video Introduction

The Introduction to the Symphony Wall Organizer video is the best place to start:

• The Symphony Introduction video presents some of the influences behind Symphony’s design

• Looks at different spaces in the home that need Symphony

• Outlines the varied sizes that make sense for different storage applications

• Provides an overview of the accessory hooks

• Shows design possibilities and potential configuration ideas

There’s a lot of material packed into this 5 minute video. Start here.

2. Present the Overview– It’s a Planner and a Sales Tool

The 16 page Symphony Overview document is a powerful tool for designers to present Symphony to homeowners and to plan layouts.

• Rich application photography shows varied
applications in different spaces

• Show leather and metal finish options

• The Symphony Storage Matrix links the inventory of a homeowner’s items with the capacity of different sizes of Symphony.

• The back Configurations & Planning page has a grid of the dozen standard Symphony layouts, and space for notes.

We recommend that this page is printed out when working with a homeowner, as it’s a great way to ensure both the installer and homeowner are on the same page regarding the positioning of accessory hooks and setting up an optimal layout.



3. Show the Product

Now’s the time to show the real deal.

Now’s the best part – your client understands  here and how Symphony should be used, so it’s time to present a sample. It’s ideal to show off an actual Symphony unit, so your client can feel the different textures and see firsthand the high quality of the finished product. If you don’t have an actual sample with you, others have found that showing leather swatches and metal sample chips as more of a palette-driven presentation is also very effective.