Celebrate World Fair Trade Day with Casa Bella Furniture

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Enjoy fair trade furniture from a family-run business.

Casa Bella

By supporting the unique workmanship, not only are customers helping the craftsmen responsible, they’re helping contribute to their futures as well as their families.

This May, people across the globe will be gearing up to celebrate the biggest event in the Fair Trade calendar, known as World Fair Trade Day – with fellow fair trade company, Casa Bella Furniture, supporting the worthy cause.

In 2012, people in 80 countries worldwide host a number of activities to honour World Fair Trade Day (WFTD), with their efforts helping to raise money as well as the benefits surrounding Fair Trade.

One such event that proved popular was the Fair Trade Breakfast, with individuals and businesses coming together to support farmers, producers and workers in developing communities – and this year Casa Bella Furniture is looking to repeat this success by spreading awareness of the benefits of sourcing fair trade furniture.

A spokesman from Casa Bella stated: “Where many may opt for quantity, we’re keen believers in quality – high quality.

“But this isn’t limited to just our furniture, we believe this philosophy should be applied to those who make the furniture. By supporting the unique workmanship, not only are customers helping the craftsmen responsible, they’re helping contribute to their futures as well as their families.”

Being an independent family-owned business themselves, this is just one of the traits Casa Bella Furniture is fiercely proud of. As a specialist in Indian wood furniture, the Casa Bella Furniture offers an extensive range of acacia, mango and sheesham furniture – available in a diverse selection of colour and style options.

Featuring natural patio furniture as well as detailed solid Acacia cabinets, Casa Bella stocks an array of furnishings to complement every area of the home – both for the indoors and outdoors. Choose from a huge choice of wooden furniture including bookcases, dressers, dining tables and TV units, or browse through the collection of soft furnishings including bedspreads and rugs to give your home the finishing touch.

With the majority of the furniture designed and produced exclusively for Casa Bella, the Wiltshire-based firm uses only ethically-sourced materials with each of its items hand-finished to give it a unique touch. Working in close partnership with manufacturers in India so as to make sure the furniture is sourced only from renewable plantations or local farms, Casa Bella strives to reduce the carbon footprint by adopting an environmentally responsible approach.

For exotic furniture with superior quality, head to http://www.casabellafurniture.co.uk now.

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