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Celebrate the Joy of Giving this Ramadan with Home Centre
May 25, 2017, 11:48 am

Home Centre, the region's leading home retailer, launched its Joy of Giving-themed Ramadan catalogue for 2017 across all its stores. Inspired by the spirit of giving, the 28-page catalogue will feature interior inspirations in royal shades of purple, white, silver and gold, spectacular gifts and mouth-watering iftar recipes.

The Holy Month of Ramadan celebrates compassion and togetherness with family and friends. A special time of the year, this season presents a wonderful opportunity to create precious moments with loved ones by coming together to exchange gifts and share meals.

To commemorate this occasion, Home Centre is launching its stunning 2017 Ramadan collection which will comprise of timeless furniture pieces, arabesque accessories, festive lighting options and essential tableware and kitchenware.

During Ramadan, the joy of giving comes alive in the sharing of heartfelt gifts. Shoppers can make their selection from a wide range of decorative platters, stylish trinkets, artsy candle holders and lots more. Customers can also purchase Ramadan gift cards in-store throughout the month to ensure their loved ones get the perfect gift this season.

Médéric Payne, CEO of Home Centre, said: “Ramadan is the perfect occasion to celebrate the joy of giving which forms the central theme of our catalogue. With inspirational pieces, delightful gift ideas and styling tips that reflect the needs and preferences of the local consumers, our catalogue has everything one needs for their home, this Ramadan.”

In addition, Home Centre plans to organise a ‘Share a Table’ iftar in association with charitable institutions. Through hosting this event, the retailer aims to convey the message of the importance of sharing and encourage people to share some precious moments over a delectable iftar spread. 

The 2017 Ramadan collection will be available at all Home Centre stores located at Al Rai, Shuwaikh, The Avenues, Kuwait City, Fahaheel and Sama Mall and can also be viewed online on

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