John Lewis

John Lewis is Quiet Mark’s lead quiet home retail partner, selling a large range of awarded electrical products, including products from Bosch, Samsung, Magimix, Miele, Dyson, Siemens, Lumie, Panasonic,Whirlpool, as well as John Lewis’ own range of products.

Quiet Mark and John Lewis have worked closely since 2014, which began with the Quiet Treehouse which toured the IdealHome Show and RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Throughout Quiet Mark’s partnership with John Lewis the two brands have raised awareness of quiet products online, in-store and via innovative campaigns and supporting research to help consumers choose healthy sound.

John Lewis

John Lewis is recognised as the lead Quiet retailer in the UK and the transformation of in-store labelling, digital displays, staff training and close Quiet Mark links have revolutionised consumer understanding of the noise issues that we face on a daily basis in our homes.

The latest John Lewis sales figures for Quiet Mark approved products confirm considerable growth in sales of quiet products, indicating a consumer trend for ‘quiet’ and a hunger for more insight on this subject.

QUIET MARK Treehouse

The Quiet Mark Treehouse was designed as a creative showcase to highlight the possibilities of quiet living using current design techniques, building materials, technology, appliances and interiors.

Quiet Mark created the concept as part of a pioneering partnership with John Lewis, and the Treehouse was the central feature at 2014’s Ideal Home Show and RHS Hampton Court Flower Show. 

Many thousands of visitors explored the Treehouse, which was nestled in a peaceful oasis of naturalistic forest planting and sculptured landscaping, offering a special quiet escape from the noise of our busy world.

Those that saw the Treehouse also had the opportunity to learn how to encourage wildlife in their own garden whilst discovering the secrets to a peaceful, harmonious home.

The Quiet Treehouse has a wonderful happy ending as it is now due to be installed at its new permanent home at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in Spring 2017, where it can be enjoyed by the public for generations to come, used primarily as a feature for children to learn and experience nature.