The Moroccan Bazaar launches the website to respond to the growing need of the interior design industry for Moroccan style furnishings which many design professionals see as the newest trend
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) December 18, 2006
The Moroccan Bazaar has unveiled its 2007 collection online to consumers and interior designers. This new outlet will provide the interior design industry with a new trend setting concept, showcasing its newest collection that was formally only available to wholesale customers. The newest collection of Moroccan furnishings will include best sellers such as Moroccan furniture, light fixtures, henna lamps and tribal rugs.
"The Moroccan Bazaar launches the website to respond to the growing need of the interior design industry for Moroccan style furnishings which many design professionals see as the newest trend," Reda Yamani, The Moroccan Bazaar founder and chief executive officer, said.
The company, with its leading position as the largest US importer of Moroccan home decor, sees the web-based e-store as an opportunity to give mainstream consumers and interior design professionals access to new and exciting trends while avoiding hard to find stores and exclusive outlets.
The company will continue its wholesale operation providing container load orders at deep discounts to both online and traditional retailers looking to enhance and compliment their product lines. With the acquisition of MoroccanLanterns.com in 2004, The Moroccan Bazaar has added to its line a wide selection of Moroccan lanterns, chandeliers, henna sconces, lamps and other lighting related product.
On the last week of January 2007, themoroccanbazaar.com will celebrate its Grand Opening by offering promotional offers and giveaways to customers subscribed to the mailing list.
For additional information visit the Moroccan decor site:
About The Moroccan Bazaar:
Founded in Tangier, Morocco in 1990, The Moroccan Bazaar moved it operations to Dallas, Texas in 2000 to introduce its Moroccan furniture product line to the US Market and to support Morocco's handmade industry, its artisans and their uncertain future due to the proliferation of cheap Chinese imitations.
The Moroccan Bazaar
The Moroccan Bazaar