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Let the festivities begin with Home Centre’s New Seasonal Collection
December 5, 2016, 1:46 pm

Home Centre, the largest home retailer in the Middle East, is set to ring in the festive season with its new seasonal collection. The new range of designer accents are sure to enrich homes and add the right aesthetic element.

Reflecting the essence of the season, this year’s festive ensemble includes trendy decorative items such as wall hangings, baubles and ornaments, musical dancing figurines, LED lanterns, gingerbread mugs and snowman candles among others.  Home Centre also has a range of decorated Christmas trees, available in various sizes and styles.

This year’s collection has a traditional touch to it, bringing the red and gold back in trend. Each product reflects the quintessential festive glitter, made to dramatically accentuate one’s home décor and infuse it with festive warmth and cheer.

Homes will look ready for guests this season with Home Centre’s versatile entertaining essentials like ceramic crockery, glassware collection, serving bowls with inscriptions of festive messages, table runners and lots more.

Finding the perfect gift is one of the joys of Christmas and shoppers will be spoilt for choice with Home Centre’s range of tasteful gifting options such as decorative reindeer pieces, glass ornaments, gingerbread man photo frames and musical gift boxes – all in the colours of the season.

Home Centre is the one-stop solution for customers seeking every kind of aesthetic or functional home décor item – from festive tree ornaments and baubles to stockings and eco-friendly lighting that add that extra sparkle to homes.

The new seasonal collection is available across all Home Centre outlets located at Al Rai, Shuwaikh, The Avenues, Kuwait City, Fahaheel and Sama Mall.


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