Archive for July, 2011

Brand New Provence Collection…

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

Provence Collection

First, a bit of news…for those following our Facebook page this week you will have been made aware that our sales page has been given a massive update; well over 100 items are now with 30% off on top of already existing slashed prices. Everything from a wardrobe to a lamp is in there, so have a browse and you might find yourself a great bargain addition for your home: Sale Page.

Resuming the addition of some new matching ranges to our website with the Highgrove Collection last week, this time we give a bit of focus to a great new collection, the Provence Bedroom Collection. A little similar in aesthetic and style to the already super popular Victorian Range, the Provence Bedroom Collection is a great mix of antique and contemporary.

Hand carved made from Pine and finished in an exquisite antique white paint, the collection’s own selling point speaks best to it’s potential; ‘bedroom furniture for that aged and reclaimed chic look combined with the dureablility for everyday use.’

Make sure you take a closer look, we have a feeling this collection could become very popular quickly.

For more updates and news be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook, or see some of our slideshow video’s on our flagship ranges here at our YouTube page.

Brand New Highgrove Collection…

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

Highgrove Collection

We have some exciting new additions to the matching ranges section of our website this week, and we will continue to provide you updates as more new collections are added. For this week we give the spotlight to the Highgrove Collection…

This gorgeous Highgrove range is finished in a mushroom paint for those looking for bedroom furniture offering something extraordinary. Wooden handles soften the collection, pairing beautifully with the contrasting tops.

It’s a beautiful range that walks the line between antique and modern very well, and as you can see from the full room shot the collection as a whole makes the bedroom come alive, with the bright and clean design illuminating the room into a welcome getaway.

We’ll be back soon with more brand new fantastic ranges of furniture, until then be sure to follow us on TwitterFacebook, and our recentYouTube page.

New look at Bordeaux…

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011


We have a lot of exciting new developments ongoing over the next couple of weeks here at HomesDirect365, including the brand new addition of our YouTube page in which short 1 minute videos are currently available. Showcasing some of our flagship ranges of furniture there will be more to come so be sure to give them a watch and to share them with your friends!

More news to be revealed soon… but for now however we return to last week’s newsletter detailing the recent photo shoots, and give focus to the stunning photographs of our Bordeaux collection. Finally revealed in its true beauty and subtle ivory finish, the orders for Bordeaux have been flying in since these photos have been made available.

As with the Rococo last week, all photographs are in high resolution giving the opportunity to hover your mouse over the image and zoom in to take in all of the rich detail and ornate hand crafted design work. Guaranteed to impress, make sure you take a look!

For up to date news and information be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter pages

Rococo Collection…

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

Rococo Collection

For those of you following our Facebook page this week you would have been aware of new photo shoots taking place here at HomesDirect365. First to showcase for you all here is the Rococo Collection…already stunning in it’s ornate features and design, these new photographs take the visuals to another level showing the vast elegance and historic beauty of Rococo.

Rococo, occasionally referred to as ‘late Baroque’ is an 18th Century style of design which developed as artists began to place less focus on symmetry and became much more ornate, florid and playful. The word itself is seen as a combination of French words rocaille, meaning stone, and coquilles, meaning shell, very much down to the reliance of these objects as motif and decoration in Rococo design.

This great history and story behind Rococo is kept alive with our collection. All the key ideas behind what Rococo is, elegant, ornate, playful, are all prominent and make this collection something to behold in a modern day setting. All hand crafted out of solid mahogany and finished in antique white, the Rococo collection is one of the favourites here. Once you see it for yourself, there’s no doubt it would become yours too.