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Simply at home...


THE GALORE of shops displaying a number of home accessories that add beauty to home and suit every mood and occasion is quite a familiar scenario in markets these days. Generally a customer has to visit a number of shops for getting suitable decor for different parts of home, but now a few one-stop-shop for these all are also available. Home, a new store opened at Noida's Sector-18 market boasts of the same.

If you have the courage to afford some more holes in your pocket, then you can experience the décor with total solution for entire home at this Home. The store offers fashionable ranges of furnishings, textiles including textiles for bedroom, table, kitchen and bathroom, gift novelties and kitchenware. The store has come up with new concepts of latest home shopping at an affordable price. Situated at a prime location, the store has a 7,500 square feet carpet area with centrally air-conditioned atmosphere. A full storey is dedicated to fabrics, upholstery and curtains with an eye pleasing display. "We have made an attempt to give our customers quality products at an affordable price. The store would become a means of experiencing a dream home as we are offering everything for the décor of entire home at one place," says Sanjeev Kumar Biswas, Manager Operations of Home. The store is a unit of C and R Textiles Private Ltd., a well-known Government-recognised export house in home textiles. For those who want to make this coming new year a memorable one, an attractive range of candle stands, made of 100 per cent brass and silver, could be a different way to celebrate it. The store has decided to give a ten per cent discount to its customers on all products except branded items. "The taste and requirement of Indian market is fast changing and is becoming closer to Europe and America. So we had decided to serve our own markets than the foreign markets," says C. R. Rai, Managing Director of Home, who has recently ventured into the Indian markets.

SANTOSH KUMAR VERMA

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