Are you struggling to find the right size Sofa for your living room or are you still dreaming of finding that Armchair in that particular colour you can only imagine?
Home Trends, Parnell Street, Ennis launched the elegant Errigal Range in 2017 and are now the exclusive stockist of the beautiful IRISH Hand Made Collection of Suites and Arm Chairs designed exclusively for their customers. This new range offers an invaluable service, whereby your Three-Piece Suite, Corner Suite or Armchair can be designed to your specific measurements. The full range covers everything from contemporary to traditional and the frame of each piece designed is made with a Solid Beech frame to stand the test of time.

With an extensive selection of fabrics to choose from, you can select the fabric of your choice to match your very own colour scheme and have the suite of your dreams that fits with your room perfectly. Also available to order are the Aqua Clean fabrics, a revolutionary fabric treatment that allows you to clean stains using water only and are very popular in store with our customers. The funky colourful patchwork Queen Ann Armchairs are very popular in store as they are such a unique piece of furniture as no two are the same, prices starting from only €599.

Customers who require orthopaedic support are also catered for, with custom made orthopaedic chairs available. Home Trends also offers a choice of density foams available on all Suites and Armchairs. Suites can be customised to order by customers to meet their own measurements, and all fillings and cushions are of the highest quality, fibre-filled, duck down, and meet all fire safety standards and regulations. To complement your new Sofa, you can choose from the extensive selection of Rugs available in store and if we don’t have what you are looking for you can browse from our catalogue and we will arrange to order it for you.

The experienced staff at Home Trends will ensure you have a very positive shopping experience and will go the extra mile to ensure your needs and requirements are catered for. Regardless of budget, Home Trends will accommodate every customer’s need and also provide a Payment Plan for those who require it, just ask in store for details.

To celebrate the launch of our New Website – www.hometrendsfurniture.ie courtesy of digitaleyesmedia.com. Home Trends are giving their customers up to 40% off all orders placed over the next five days.
At Home Trends we love engaging with our customers so be sure to check out our Facebook and Instagram page and if you need any detailed information visit our New Website – www.hometrendsfurniture.ie
Pictured below is the Arlene Fabric Corner Sofa, available in a variety of colours and fabrics, now available to order from just €2,199
Home Trends Parnell Street Ennis / Sale Must End Saturday 9th Oct – Call (065)6797853

 

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