Home Centre has announced the launch of its 2015/16 annual catalogue, which features an array of new designs and concepts for home decoration.
“Every year, the annual catalogue offers customers consistent newness and a guarantee of quality products at a great value. Yet again, this edition will reflect the year’s global trends in home furnishing, customised and presented beautifully for regional shoppers,” the company has said in a statement.
The catalogue features more than 195 new styles. A distinct focus this year is on The Collections, an exclusive range that “can weave harmony into homes with a cohesive range of furniture for the living, dining and bedroom”, the statement notes. “The Collections – Juliette, Helen and Prestige – will offer customers affordable luxury for the entire home.”
The catalogue is designed to appeal to Home Centre’s diverse customer base. While there are classic elegant options to choose from, those looking for glamorous, modern designs in store will not be disappointed either. In addition to furniture, customers will get a glimpse of Home Centre’s assortment of lighting and home accessories as well as bath, bedroom and kitchen essentials in this edition, the statement
Customers can view the catalogue on Home Centre’s digital platforms. Through the interactive version, customers will get a glimpse of special features of furniture and additional products. Moreover, they can play online games on the interactive pages and win prizes.
The catalogue will be available at all Home Centre stores and can also be viewed online at www.homecentrestores.com
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