Enjoy Festive Iftars with Home Centre’s Ramadan and Eid Collection
Find Elegant Pieces with Jewel Tones and Middle Eastern Influences
The Holy Month of Ramadan celebrates compassion and togetherness with family members and friends. Reflecting on this special occasion Home Centre has unveiled a fresh collection of home accessories and furniture to bring home a hint of tradition and festive glow for your family and guests.
For all those special iftar and suhour gatherings, Home Centre serves elegant collections of tableware and dinner sets fit for a regal banquet. Tea sets in beautiful glazed ceramics are also available. Adorned with gold embellishments and floral designs, these special collections complete the offering.
Bold hues and metallic finishes in the décor range are set to lend a vibrant feel to each room. Furthermore, aesthetically crafted urns, vases and platters in royal shades of purple, gold and red can complement modern and classic settings.
Contemporary design meets rustic charm in the hanging incense burners, lanterns and candle holders that exude subtle overtones of peace within your home. Find a variety in store from sleek glass lanterns to ornate filigree lamps.
Stylish cushions, place mats and rugs ideally complement the occasion, perfect for dressing up your majlis and living rooms. Also available is an assortment of simple but statement centre-pieces and photo frames.
Home Centre’s Ramadan and Eid collection is specifically created to match the needs and preferences of the local consumers, and echoes a careful balance of richness and sobriety.
For livening up your home this special season, find inspirations from the Home Centre Ramadan Catalogue 2012 that puts together a hand-picked selection of home accessories and furniture pieces. The catalogue is available in stores and on the brand’s website www.homecentrestores.com
Home Centre offers a mix of modern and traditional designs across furniture, furnishings, home accessories, kitchenware and gift options at exceptional value.
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