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New arrival of kids bedroom collections at Home Centre
January 21, 2013 | 12:00 AM

Muscat: Give your child more reasons to smile with Home Centre's newly arrived home décor collection for kids.

Whether a study table or charming bed side accessory, bunk beds or thematic-bedroom sets, bookshelves or hutches, night stands or wardrobes — Home Centre's new ensemble has something endearing for every child. With cheerful patterns and vibrant palettes of pinks and purples to blues, yellows, reds and greens, the collection is sure to spark any child's imagination. Featuring themes such as your child's favourite movies, super heroes or hobbies, the selection is designed to catch the attention of boys and girls of all ages.
Home Centre kids' collection caters not only to children aged two years and above, but also to teens and young adults. So, Home Centre could just be your answer to help siblings of both gender find common ground with its range of décor that appeal to mutual sensibilities.

Crafted with sleek lines and contemporary design, the durable line-up is meticulously sized to help children develop confidence in their ability to manage their personal spaces. Some of the best selling collections to choose from, in this category, are cars, champion, fun, happy daisy, florid, orazio and allora.

Home Centre's kids' collection offers more than just furniture. From soft furnishings to lighting options and wall art, the décor also includes attractive and children-friendly essentials such as storage devices, crockery and cutlery — designed specifically for mummy's little helpers. 

Home Centre's kids' products are tested for safety against stringent standards while offering functional and aesthetic appeal. The furniture and bunk beds are built to International Children's Product Safety Standards and are BS EN 747-1 certified. All finishes are child-safe, lead-free and use formaldehyde-free coatings. The furniture line-up also focuses on quality of construction, making it one of the best choices for every self-thinking child.

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