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Terrys Fabrics Launches New Lines for the Bedroom
By: PR Newswire
Nov. 22, 2012 12:36 PM
CHESTER, England, November 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Aiding homeowners decorate their homes, http://www.terrysfabrics.co.uk features an eclectic range of products, including curtains, fabrics and cushions. This season, Terrys Fabrics has announced the launch of a new bedroom range which looks to offer bedding, cushions, curtains and much more to help transform the bedroom for less.
Terrys Fabrics has become known for its fine array of products which help homeowners decorate their homes with ease and style. With Christmas fast approaching, homeowners are preparing for visitors by pepping up their interior design.
With so many trends making the spotlight this winter, for some homeowners choosing the right style for their home is a difficult task. Fortunately for them, Terrys Fabrics is bursting with tips and ideas on how to decorate the home this festive period.
Alongside the trend guides features a wide range of new bedroom products. From bedding, to cushions and curtains to sheets, there is plenty on offer for those who wish to enhance their current décor.
The team at Terrys Fabrics understand that Christmas can be an expensive time which is why it focuses on offering its customers the very best prices for the highest quality products. Whether homeowners are looking to decorate the master, children's or guest bedroom, the bedding options available provide beautiful yet practical choices that are sure to look great in any home.
Choose from a range of styles, colours and designs for the ultimate in style. Visit the website here for more information on the new bedroom range and read the trend guides for tips and advice on the hottest looks for the season.
Contact: Rachel@insideonline.co.uk, +44(0)1244305088
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