United Furniture unveils new collection
Dubai, May 14, 2012
Leading furniture and furnishings brand in the UAE, United Furniture, has introduced its summer collection with a colorful range of décor items that add a touch of elegance to interiors.
Anup Ravindranath, sales director, United Furniture, said: “The product range at United Furniture is both refreshing and extensive. You can find a massive range of furniture and furnishings for the living room, bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom. As summer approaches, it is important to coordinate the accessories in the rooms with the color theme you have chosen specially for the season.”
The range includes exclusive furniture in the finest leather, bright cushions and pillow covers, curtains with flower prints, and rugs with colorful prints.
It also includes bedroom sets, kitchen settings, accessories, bathroom accessories, chandeliers, lamps and paintings.
United Furniture showrooms in the UAE are located on Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai; Zabeel Road in Karama; and Al Qassimiya Street in Sharjah. – TradeArabia News Service
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