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Enjoy 100 per cent rebate at Furniture Club

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Add a touch of Italian to your home by shopping at Furniture Club, which is offering customers 100 per cent rebate to mark its 10-year anniversary.

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May 15, 2017

Selecting mass produced, flat-packed furniture for their living space may be the convenient choice for some home owners. But for the discerning crowd, investing in handcrafted furniture is a great way to elevate their home’s décor.

The addition of a sofa that is artfully constructed can add a nice touch to any interior space — and be a conversation point when you have guests too.

Owning a luxurious piece of handcrafted furniture need not put a dent on your wallet. Furniture Club can turn your dream décor into reality with its exquisite collection of Italian furniture.

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Founded in 2007, Furniture Club has established itself as the leading destination for affordable luxury furniture.

Over the years, Furniture Club has earned a solid reputation among discerning home owners for offering luxury furniture at accessible prices.

Celebrating a milestone

Furniture Club is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a bang.

Thinking of giving your home a mini-facelift? Add a touch of contemporary Italian elegance to your living space with Furniture Club.

To commemorate its grand anniversary, Furniture Club launched a 100 per cent rebate promotion for stylish home owners.

The promotion promises buyers 100 per cent rebate of their sofas purchased from two of their new brands, Estro Milano and Milano & Design.

With every purchase of sofas from the new collection, you will receive product vouchers in the same amount as your purchase amount.

These vouchers can then be used to redeem other furniture brands in Furniture Club such as Ego Italiano and Camerich.

Two new debuts

Both new collections come in a wide range of colours, depending on your preference.

Milano & Design is a division of Chateau Dax, an established high-end furniture company with over 60 years of history.

Its wide range of leather sofas are guaranteed to be of artisanal quality that are made with Italian materials. Milano & Design has over 2,000 sales stores in more than 90 countries worldwide.

A medium L-shaped sofa with a recliner from Milano & Design goes for $3,321.

Estro Milano has carved a name for itself as an Italian handmade furniture company. Since its inception in 1956, each of its furniture is artfully handcrafted by its team of Italian master craftsmen using top-grade materials.

Founded by Mr Giuseppe Sardone, Estro Milano is a platform to showcase his family’s expertise in furniture making, dating back to the ancient workshops that produced furniture for aristocrats at the end of the 18th century.

An L-shaped sofa with a recliner from Estro Milano starts from $9,734.

Solid favourites

Beyond the new collections, the Furniture Club houses other high-quality furniture from renowned international brands that appeals to various interior styles and needs.

Ego Italiano is its flagship leather sofa brand known for its use of genuine 100 per cent Italian-made leather, at value prices. A three-seater sofa starts from $3,000.

Camerich is a leading contemporary brand that has found success in 60 countries worldwide. Its designer fabric sofas start from $2,000 for a three-seater sofa.

Placing priority to service excellence, all furniture goes through quality assurance tests.

To ensure that customers get only the best, each piece of furniture goes through two rounds of stringent quality checks — once upon arrival to its storage house and the other before delivery.

Staff at the storage house inspects every aspect of the furniture carefully. Should there even be a speck of imperfection spotted, it will be sent back to the manufacturer.

The furniture comes in a variety of colours and leather grade and materials such as fabric upholstery.

So emulate the chic style of Italian homes by adding these exquisitely handcrafted furniture pieces in your living room today.