Having leading fashion brands associated with the furniture sector will certainly increase its status as not only will retailers enjoy a boost to its profile – customers will get to experience high-quality furniture that is truly fashionable.
(PRWEB UK) 13 May 2013
Last month saw fashionistas across the world clamour for the latest trend of furniture made from exotic wood at Milan Design Week – with Casa Bella the first to congratulate the fashion world for their unique and innovative designs.
Featuring an Armani wardrobe made from Japanese wood plus a leather and brass ‘Donatella Versace’ chair, Italian luxury designers were in full force to craft the finest furnishings for Italy’s prestigious Milan Design Week 2013. With many wealthy hotel developers in attendance looking for inspiration, it is hoped that fashion houses will soon become synonymous with furniture – as well as reap the benefits of the worldwide luxury goods market, worth an estimated £482 billion.
A spokesperson for Casa Bella said: “While we’ve seen designers expand their portfolio to include furnishings, this is huge news for the furniture industry – not to mention leisure and tourism, where designer furniture is a huge commodity. Having leading fashion brands associated with the furniture sector will certainly increase its status as not only will retailers enjoy a boost to its profile – customers will get to experience high-quality furniture that is truly fashionable.”
As one of the UK’s most renowned furniture retailers, Casa Bella is a recognised leader for using ethically-sourced materials, including sheesham and acacia to create beautifully handcrafted furniture for the home.
From designing Indian cushions to crafting dining room furnishings, each item from the Casa Bella Indian furniture collection is hand-finished for a unique look. Proud to support local craftsmen and the environment, Casa Bella works with its factories in India to ensure any raw materials used are sourced from nearby farms or government-sustained renewable holdings.
“We’re great believers in offering something different and exceptional – and that applies to both our designs and our materials,” the spokesperson added.
“But above all, we are an environmentally responsible business that only creates furniture from materials that are ethically sourced. Customers get double the quality with us knowing that their furniture is one of a kind, along with the satisfaction of knowing the production of their furniture has been kind to the environment.”
For exclusive furnishings, take a look online at the Casa Bella Mango wood furniture collection and choose from the contemporary bed frame to the traditional-looking blanket box. Adorn your home with exotic wood today, and visit http://www.casabellafurniture.co.uk – where ethically sourced materials are truly ‘in fashion’.