British furniture retailer launches 50th anniversary collection

on Monday,July 26,2010 21:07


Interior design professionals know that furniture can be the most important element of a well-decorated room. These practical pieces of art come in thousands of style options to suit the needs of every homeowner.

Vale, one of the largest home accessory providers in England, has recently released a new line of furniture. The store's top floor conservatory has been redesigned to accommodate their newest Design Collection.

The company, which has been run by the Chandler family since 1960, is celebrating its 50 year anniversary. Vale has won numerous awards, including Furniture Retailer of the Year three times.

The new collection features a large selection of contemporary classics as well as innovative and quirky pieces. Many items have been imported from Italy, Spain and Germany, and embody rich European influences.

The new Design Collection features living room, dining room, bedroom and home office furniture that suit the tastes of both minimalist and opulent decorators. Pieces include fun accent chairs in vibrant colors and luxurious leather sofas, among many others.

The new line offers furniture from some of the leading brands in the UK and around the world including G Plan, Stressless, Ercol, Collins & Hayes, Skovby, Tempur, Tapley, Nathan, Parker Knoll, Derwent, Myers, Axminster and Ryalux.

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