FLOUNGE Boutique - New Destination for Furniture in Mangalore
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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore (SP)
Mangalore, Feb 18: 'FLOUNGE', a unique store dealing with ultra modern boutique furniture showcasing finest international trends in furniture and furnishings, was inaugurated near Pumpwell (Mahaveer) Circle in the city on Saturday February 18 morning.
FLOUNGE boasts of a wide variety of attractively carved and beautifully presented modern furniture items, where the customers will find everything they dream about. The store, spread in a spacious building covering four floors with an area of 17,000 square feet, is located next to Karnataka Bank Ltd’s head office in the city.
The store showcases finest furniture, and is equipped with a large parking area. The management of the store is confident of making shopping there a pleasurable experience for the customers.
In addition to attractive furniture items, FLOUNGE has with it an array of carpets, wall papers, aquariums, bedspreads, comfort bed sheets, high quality bed mattresses, decorated pots etc, which are sure to enhance appearance and beauty of the houses of the buyers. FLOUNGE provides an opportunity to convert the residences of its customers into fashion capitals with furniture and other equipments of international designs and styles. FLOUNGE is the biggest and most unique furniture store in the city.
The store was inaugurated by Bantwal MLA and former state transport minister, B Ramanath Rai. The inaugural was presided over by U T Khadar, Mangalore MLA. R Srikar Prabhu, president of BJP Mangalore South constituency unit, participated as guest of honour. Mohiuddin Bawa, chairman of Mangalore United Cricket Academy, Rohan Monteiro, managing director of Property InfraTech India Pvt Ltd, JDS state secretary, M G Hegde, Sadanand Nayak of Architecture Plus, former Mangalore Urban Development Authority chairman, Suresh Ballal, Congress leader, Ivan D’Souza, Seeco Asif, Sufi, Abdul Khadar, and Manjeshwar Brothers, were present.
Sahil Zaheer compered the programme. Deal Asif proposed vote of thanks.