IDdesign will showcase its latest portfolio of Scandinavian furniture.
IDdesign plans special offers at Gulf Interiors
DUBAI, 14 days ago
International furniture franchise IDdesign will showcase its Scandinavian interiors products at gulfInteriors 2017 with added value of special offers for visitors attending the exhibition.
IDdesign, Denmark’s largest interiors retailer, will showcase its latest portfolio of modern Scandinavian residential furniture at the show.
Gulf Interiors is the Northern Gulf's established annual showcase for luxury interiors, design and furniture.
IDdesign Bahrain branch managing director Naeem Karmustaji comments: “IDdesign furniture is manufactured and designed with an eye to modern and minimalist lifestyle that are the trade mark of Scandinavian design. We will be showcasing the latest range of residential furniture designed by our team in Denmark.”
“We are excited for gulfInteriors visitors and fans of Scandinavian décor to experience IDdesign’s modern furniture. The region’s interiors customers are changing their outlook and tastes to encompass the modern furniture movement. IDdesign’s presence highlights Bahrain’s diverse interior design industry available in the kingdom for a growing diverse community,” says Jubran Abdulrahman, managing director of HCE, the event organiser.
gulfInteriors exhibition will take place from April 25 to 27 under the patronage of Bahrain's Prime Minister HRH Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre.
gulfInteriors 2017 is sponsored by Hempel Paints and carries with it the support of the German Chambers of Commerce (AHK) and the Ministry of Industry Commerce and Tourism.
The exhibition takes place in conjunction with two other major events – Gulf Construction Expo and Gulf Property Show, providing the biggest integrated B2B and B2C showcase for construction, interiors and property sectors ever to be staged in the Northern Gulf.
For more information gulfInteriors 2017 please visit www.gulfinteriorsexhibition.com -TradeArabia News Service