Add cosy warmth to a room with Newry business

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Friday, November 17th, 2017
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Local business is excited to announce the opening of their flagship store on Boucher Crescent Belfast.

The showroom showcases all of their latest in-house exclusively designed rugs, along with other brands such as Ted Baker, Harlequin and Louis de Poortere.

The showroom has been constructed in a way to ensure a spacious area is provided so each rug can be seen from every angle.

In such a busy shopping area of Belfast offers free parking directly outside the store.

Speaking to Newry Times, Store Manager Diana McFerran said, “The range of colours and designs are endless and with over 1000 rugs displayed in store you will be spoilt for choice.”

Customers can also browse their fabulous selection of Handmade Waterford mirrors, decorative ornaments and cushions.

Diana continued, “We also have a Persian room solely dedicated to our luxurious hand knotted Persian and Oriental rugs. Our highly trained and enthusiastic staff will be able to talk you through each specific design and the story behind each hand made Oriental rug.”

With Christmas fast approaching, updating your floors has never been easier, whether you are looking for a style that adds cosy warmth to a room, softens a wood floor or makes a statement as a piece of art, visit the showroom and add that finishing touch to your room.

Visit the showrooms at Carnbane Newry and Boucher Crescent Belfast or Follow Kukoon Rugs on Facebook.

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