The Harvey Norman office is very excited this week; we’re counting down to the launch of our brand new Autumn Winter 2016 interiors catalogue. With a revamped look, endless style inspiration and some of our best furniture, bedding and accessories ranges ever, we’re sure you’ll love it as much as we do.
We wanted to offer a cheeky little preview of what you can expect from our new collections, so we’ve picked some of our absolute favourite new products from this season’s pages. It was a very tough process, but we narrowed it down to 3 products that we really, REALLY love. Take a look, get inspired, and don’t forget to pick up your copy of the full catalogue in store from later this week!
Was: €999.00 Now: €799.00
The Ellie is our cover star this season and one look will tell you why. It’s an absolutely stunning Chesterfield covered head to toe in velvet… decadent comfort at its very best. It’s definitely a show stopper kind of sofa so not exactly suited to a generic, run-of-the-mill living room. But who wants that anyway?! Classic details like deep buttons, studs, a scrolled arm and turned wooden feet with castor wheels makes for a sofa fit for royalty (i.e. you).
Stockholm Dining Set
Was: €1,995.00 Now: €1,845.00
The average dining set has gotten a lot more contemporary and a lot more trend-conscious in recent years. The Stockholm set is the standard wooden table with one fundamental difference; it oozes Scandinavian style from every angle. Gorgeous tan leather carver chairs and a casual dining bench allow you to mix up your seating arrangement for any occasion, all with flawless natural wood to complement. We love.
Metal bed frames have been a huge trend these past few seasons and they’re not going anywhere just yet. We like to call this one Fairytale Fabulous; the elegant curves, the white painted finish and the sturdy metal transports us back to a magnificent storybook chateau. We may not have a fairy godmother to make all your dreams come true, but the Georgina bed frame will at least give you some pretty sweet dreams instead.