The Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE) organised Dubai Home Festival (DHF) returns for the second season, all set to run from September 24 to October 10 at malls and home stores across the city.
DHF 2020 will showcase the latest furniture styles and collections from a host of international brands as well as innovative home-grown concepts, together with amazing interior design ideas and inspiration from experts in the industry.
Participating brand such as Danube Home, Al Salem Carpet Trading, United Furniture, MINISO, MOOD, Pottery Barn & Pottery Barn Kids, West Elm, PAN Emirates, Home Centre, IKEA and THE One will offer attractive discounts on furniture, appliances, accessories and more as part of the DHF Sale.
As Dubai Home Festival returns for the second season, DFRE CEO, Ahmed Al Khaja, said, “This year’s edition of DHF comes at an optimal time when consumers are looking to update their homes having spent a long summer indoors, and as some continue to work from home. By working closely with our strategic partners and some of the biggest names and brands in the regional and global homeware industry, DHF offers residents and visitors to the UAE the chance to enjoy unbeatable sales, promotions and events. The annual festival will touch upon every room of the home and every aspect of home improvement, offering not only the latest ideas for redecorating and remodelling but also a huge selection of design-led accessories, statement pieces as well as children’s furnishings and much more.”
“DHF fits in perfectly with Dubai’s status as a major regional hub for retail festivals that regularly attracts shoppers from the UAE and overseas. The inaugural edition of DHF last year established the event on Dubai’s Retail Calendar, and we look forward to even more success with 2020’s celebration of the city’s shopping culture and attractions,” he added.
Further, the DHF Shop & Ship Beyond Boundaries Promotion from Store 2 Door has great rates on international shipping.
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