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Ramadan inspired styles for your home now available at Home Centre
June 17, 2015, 5:42 pm

Every year the Holy Month of Ramadan brings with it the spirit of tradition, togetherness and generosity as millions of families across the region unite in a time for reflection and commemoration. Home Centre, the region’s leading home retailer, aims to recreate the warmth and richness of the festive season with its new range of must-have furniture pieces, spectacular gifting options, and other household essentials.

To be launched across stores in the region, Home Centre’s Ramadan inspired collection includes a wide range of classic furniture, arabesque accessories and luxurious ornaments, as well as festive lighting options, artistic wall arts, woven carpets, tableware and kitchenware. Expect the seasonal collection to include rich textures perfect for glamourous settings, ornate styles that celebrate Arabic designs and a range of stylish trinkets and treasures that can make beautiful gifts for the season.

Mederic Payne, CEO at Home Centre, said: “Ramadan is a special time to focus on important life goals for oneself as well as practicing compassion for the less fortunate. It is a particularly important time spent with immediate and extended family. At Home Centre, we cherish the idea of family and traditions and hope to partake in our customers’ rituals by offering them on-trend products to redecorate their homes and celebrate the beauty of Ramadan with friends and family. Our new collection in-store brings in the warmth to create a special ambience at home, perfect for entertaining guests and spending a refreshing, relaxed time with family.”

Details of the stunning Ramadan range are set to be unveiled in a festive edition catalogue that will be available at all Home Centre stores and online at and To complement the flavour of the season, the catalogue will feature a selection of decor inspirations, creative home tips, festive gifting ideas and seasonal recipes for those looking to add elements of colour and variety to their iftar tables during the Holy Month.

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