Homes r Us unveils 'Wonderland' rooms for kids
Dubai, June 10, 2008
Homes r Us, one of the fastest growing home furniture and furnishings brands in the Middle East, has launched a wide range of furniture and furnishings aimed at turning kids rooms into wonderland.
"The first step to creating a kids room is to identify his or her fantasy. Does your child want to be a race car driver or an astronaut, a deep sea diver or a forest ranger, a Princess or a Pirate?," said Geeta Jadhav, group marketing manager, Lals Group.
“The best fantasy kids rooms are those designed around a theme. Why? Because when all the individual elements of a bedroom contribute to the same overall vision, it creates a unity of elements and gives the room a comforting sense of wholeness that a slapdash jumble of every cool accessory and idea that catches their fancy can never give," she pointed out.
The new collection at Homes r Us provides the customer with a plethora of ideas in kids furniture and accessories for their room – single beds, bunk beds, beds with storage, pillows, stuffed cushions, bedding, curtains, rugs, carpets, wallpaper, décor items.
The entire range has been designed to make the experience of doing up a kids room enjoyable, Jadhav noted.
"Help your child choose a theme for their fantasy kids room and you'll be able to create an entire world of their own that they can immerse themselves in with pleasure and delight," she added.
The fantasy theme room ideas for boys include: tropical jungle safari, ocean voyage, space voyage, vehicles (planes, trains, automobiles), construction zone, medieval kingdom, rock star, the Wild West and so on.
For girls, the fantasy theme room ideas include tea party, floral meadow or garden, Princess, movie star's dressing room, prima ballerina, carnival, animals, undersea world and so on,” Jadhav added.-TradeArabia News Service
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