Midas revamps Khalda showroom
Amman, December 30, 2008
Midas, a leading furniture retail outlet in Jordan, opened its lavishly renovated showroom in Khalda recently.
Boasting a larger and more diversified array of home furnishings than ever before, the revamped Khalda showroom offers something for everybody, especially for customers with more eclectic tastes in interior decorating and design, said a statement.
“We are re-introducing our Khalda showroom with a new look,” said Midas CEO Raja Khouri.
“We aim, through this new development, to offer our customers a one-stop station which fulfills all their requirements and caters to their different tastes in home furnishings in one of the largest ever furniture showrooms in Jordan – a showroom which exceeds 8,000 sqm.”
"We realise that the emphasis today is on making the home a haven for tranquility and comfort. Accordingly, we made it our mission to provide furniture, destined to re-define home living by adding flair to the living space," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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