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Deluxe interiors go mainstream

Gone are the days when the homeware section of the average department store was visited only by students, landlords and those seeking basics at bargain prices.

21st January, 2006

Gone are the days when the homeware section of the average department store was visited only by students, landlords and those seeking basics at bargain prices.

While value ranges are still going strong, many of the leading department stores have upped the ante with interiors collections that are as tempting aesthetically as they are financially.

With chains from Dunnes Stores to Debenhams filling their shelves offering items such as mohair cushions, sushi servers and even...

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