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LONDON, ENGLAND, October 14, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ -- House of Fraser presents Casa Couture, a new homeware collection launching exclusively this autumn.
Casa Couture offers a capsule collection of high quality homeware with an emphasis on simple, clean detailing. Created for a sophisticated, design-conscious customer, the range offers a refined, calming collection of homeware that is exceptionally stylish.
In a muted colour palette of soft mineral hues, an understated elegance runs through the heart of the Casa Couture collection. Providing a stylish living room look, a neutral-coloured corner sofa unit is the ideal base on which to relax. Darker accent cushions complement the soft taupe colour, with large textured silk cushions and smaller metallic detail cushions bringing harmony and balance to the muted palette.
Reflecting the Casa Couture signature style, a smart charcoal armchair on a pedestal base is perfectly stylish with a matching round upholstered coffee table. For a chic finishing touch, customers can accessorise the home with elegant clear glass candlesticks and tealight holders, adding colour with dark green ribbed vases and amethyst-coloured multifaceted vases. For a scented delight, appeal to the senses with the Casa Couture signature fragranced candles. Shoppers can choose from 'Reflect', 'Retreat', 'Sense' and 'Balance' high fragrance candles, all with a burn time of 60 hours.
Customers can also purchase fine bone china dinnerware, elegant glassware and Casa Couture cutlery as part of the collection. For cooking and serving, a choice of pure white fine bone porcelain oven-to-tableware is a beautiful and versatile addition to the kitchen cupboard. When serving something extra special, Casa Couture cutlery offers beaten metal serveware which provides an extra polished look that is guaranteed to impress your guests. Coordinate with stylish horn serving bowls and matching salad servers for a collection that is perfect for dinner party food and drink.
In the bedroom, the delicate nature of Casa Couture bed linen designs add a sense of simplicity to the home, which is peaceful and relaxing. Clean, crisp bed linen with a 400 thread count is minimal in design yet luxuriously inviting. Casa Couture bed linen includes a pretty pin-tuck pleat design with amethyst stitch detail and a crisp white design with a ladder stitch border detail. The designs coordinate with 600 thread count plain dye linens in stone, plum and steel grey colour options. In layering, colour is understated and predominantly neutral with texture integral to the range; choose from cashmere, camel hair and textured silk bedspreads for the ultimate statement in modern interior luxury.
The Casa Couture collection also includes bathroom essentials. Keep things simple in the bathroom with a stripped-back colour palette and create a modern day sanctuary with no distractions from the outside world. Hammered metal accessories in a cool matte finish are perfectly polished, while soft and sumptuous Casa Couture 800gsm towels add genuine luxury to the bathroom environment. Light candles for ambience and accessorise with natural sponges for the essential finishing touch.
Customers can choose from a range of Casa Couture homeware products that are exclusive to House of Fraser and currently available to buy online at www.houseoffraser.co.uk.
About House of Fraser
House of Fraser is a department store group with 61 enviable locations across the UK and Ireland and a fully transactional website. As one of the best known names on the high street, House of Fraser has presented customers with an unrivalled nationwide department store for more than 160 years. The company was acquired by the Highland consortium in November 2006 marking the beginning an exciting new chapter in its history. The group has annual sales in excess of GBP1.25bn and employs 6,500 House of Fraser staff and 10,000 concession staff through 5 million sq ft of selling space. HouseofFraser.co.uk launched in 2007 and currently boasts over 650 brands and 125,000 individual products.
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