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Second Home Centre in Madinah City


Second Home Centre in Madinah City

POSTED BY administrator on Jan 31 under Kitchenware

Second Home Centre in Madinah City
News from Arab News:

Home Centre KSA, a leading market retailer in furniture and home furnishing, unveiled a brand new look and feel with their latest store at Madinah City.

This new store unveils the brand’s contemporary identity and brings to customers a preferred shopping experience.

This is the second Home Centre store opening in Madinah, after their first store at Aliat Al-Madinah.

The new stores represent the brand’s strategic and rapid expansion plan in the Kingdom.

The new stores closely followed the opening of another flagship store in the Taif region in the last quarter of 2011.

Abdullah Al-Ahmed, chief administrative officer, Al-Bandar Trading KSA, said last year had seen some large and exciting changes taking place at Home Centre.

He added: “The brand’s underlying principle of warm service and welcome are still firmly in place but the look and feel have been strongly enhanced. Over the years we have grown considerably and the new stores encompasses our commitment to our customers in KSA and the region. The newly opened store in Madinah city provides a platform for our continued development and excellence in the market.”

The unveiling of the new identity of the Home Centre brand in the Kingdom earlier in 2011, preceded the implementation of new retail stores.

The new outlets will be further followed by simil…………… continues on Arab News

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At home with vintage collector Justine Joffe
News from Cumberland Courier Newspapers:

For Justine Joffe, a 50s milkshake maker began a love for vintage kitchenware, writes Kerrie Davies.

If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.

As a teenager, Justine Joffe often spent weekends with her family in Blackheath while her mother fossicked through op shops for Art Deco objets d’art.

On one such excursion, 14-year-old Justine spied a classic 1950s silver milkshake maker, and her boredom quickly disappeared.

“My mother had an Art Deco shop so I grew up with collecting,” she says.

“I started when I found the milkshake mixer. It works, but I don’t use it very often because the whole house shakes.”

Today, her first vintage find sits atop the silver fridge that she’s given a 50s feel to by sticking a magnetic oven timer on the freezer.

The vintage vibe suits, because Justine’s home has a history too. The pre-loved building was once the nurses quarters for nearby Mater Hospital. It was converted into apartments, but the Art Deco facade remained to preserve its heritage.

The white and silver kitchen, warmed with a wooden splashback, provides a clean and neutral backdrop to showcase the 1950s Johnson ceramics crockery collection in green, pink, blue and yellow that is on display in an open cupboard.

…………… continues on Cumberland Courier Newspapers

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