March 16, 2011
Leicester, United Kingdom (rushPRnews) 03/16/11 — An exciting number of DIY stores and homeware specialists are currently hosting online and high street sales in the UK. As a result, The Home Improvement Centre, a leading website covering all interior needs, is encouraging the nation to embark on any decorating projects now, while they have the chance to grab a bargain.
In order to inspire you, The Home Improvement Centre is sharing a wealth of style tips for the home as well as information on trending furniture and accessories, and where to find them.
The wealth of items currently on sale makes the spring season the perfect time to revamp your home. Retailers like Next, Laura Ashley, John Lewis and B&Q have each unveiled their new look collections for spring/summer 2011, and many of their best products and design suggestions can be found at www.thehomeimprovementcentre.com
In depth guides can be found on the website on the following subjects, and more:
David Holmes, Founder of The Home Improvement Centre, said: “Many of the UK’s favourite retailers are currently offering promotions on homeware products and furniture, with discounts from as much as 50 per cent off to be discovered. So in order to help you take advantage, The Home Improvement Centre is releasing information on the very best sales as and when they happen.
“The website is constantly updated to provide the latest expert advice, useful articles and inspirational photo galleries, so it’s well worth taking a look!”
For more information on the home improvement industry, household specialists and insightful features, visit www.thehomeimprovementcentre.com
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