Get up to 70% off on furniture as Dubai Home Festival returns next week
The second DHF will kick off with a fireworks display at Festival Bay, Dubai Festival City Mall, on September 24 at 9pm.
Whether you're furnishing a new home or just sprucing up your humble abode, the best time to shop is coming soon - as the Dubai Home Festival (DHF) is set to return from September 24 to October 10.
Showcasing the latest furniture collections from international brands as well as innovative home-grown concepts, DHF is the ultimate destination for anyone looking to give their bedroom, living room, kitchen, garden or even an entire villa or flat a much-needed makeover.
And the best part of it all: Sales, discounts, promotions shall be rolled out at malls and home stores across the city.
Dozens of the city's biggest homeware stores, including Danube Home, Al Salem Carpet Trading, United Furniture, Miniso, MOOD, Pottery Barn, West Elm, Pan Emirates and The One, will offer savings of up to 70 per cent off.
Ahmed Al Khaja, CEO of Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), said: "This year's edition of Dubai Home Festival 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."
The second DHF will kick off with a fireworks display at Festival Bay at Dubai Festival City Mall on September 24 at 9pm.
Some of the DHF promotions this year are a Spend and Win giveaway for a room makeover worth Dh20,000 from The One at Mall of the Emirates; 17 room makeovers, each worth Dh5,000, at Home Centre Stores across the city; and room and garden makeovers with Danube Home.
This is in addition to the exchange and upgrade promotion that offers savings of up to 25 per cent off new furniture items at Home Box stores as well as five room makeovers to be won. Plus, Ikea will give shoppers the chance to win one of 10 vouchers worth Dh10,000 redeemable on home items.
For full details of Dubai Home Festival in Dubai's calendar of promotions and events, visit www.dubaihomefestival.com.
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