Dubai Design District (d3) hosted Dubai Home Festival (DHF) will showcase the creativity of interior designers, boutique enterprises, and home decors that have propelled the country to the forefront of the world’s creative and retail landscape.
At DHF, leading brands in global, regional and local markets are paving their way to make people think about the importance of indoor and outdoor spaces. The attractive and unique landmark of d3 will allow them to think differently and shift their perspective of a home.
d3 has been occupied by luxury, boutique, homeware and furniture retailers which will offer buyers discounts ranging from 20 to 40 percent on selected products during the event which runs till September 30th. Shoppers who spend $544.5 or more will have a chance to win a d3 gift voucher worth $6806. This can be used at any of the d3 homeware stores or showrooms in the DHF.
As the city’s buzzing creative centre, d3 will welcome locals and visitors looking for something unique, distinctive, and different to help them renovate their house or garden or inspire their next big makeover project.
The d3 stores which are participating in the DHF are, Sensi, Silsal, Divani and Nakkash. Brands and companies from around the world such as German lighting company Occhio, India’s carpet maker Hands, European furniture brand Be4 Design and the leading American ceramic tile company Marazzi are also attending DHF.
Ms. Khadija Al Bastaki, Executive Director of d3, said, “We are delighted to be part of this initiative and showcase the brilliant local and international home interior brands and retailers in our thriving community. It’s also an excellent opportunity for interior design enthusiasts to explore some of the world’s best products. Through ‘d3 Rethink Interiors’, we aim to inspire people to rethink the regular and look at the interior design from a new perspective. We look forward to welcoming people to our community.”
The DHF, which is sponsored by RAKBANK Mastercard, also hosts panel discussions with experts in the field of interior designs, home decor, a home makeover for which the visitors can book a seat for the discussion.