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Designopolis summer sale this weekend

In an attempt to welcome summer with open arms while also shaking off the effect of Egypt's economic problems, Designopolis, the big furniture and home accessories hub, organized a substantial summer sale on 20 May.

The sale will continue through May 21 from 3 to 10 pm and provide an array of furniture styles, cutlery, home accessories and linens in 80 shops.

Designopolis offers various brands and different price ranges to accommodate all; for contemporary and modern furniture, head to BoConcept. The Danish brand offers smart solutions for modern houses. For a more Asian feel, La Maison, where a big discount awaits,is the place to go.

Hulsta, a German brand, offers ideas for a bachelor’s pad. The taste is more masculine and the prices are on the high side. Although known for their amazing home accessories and glassware, Eklego offers new creative ideas for furniture and home concepts.

Roche Bobois, the jewel of furniture, is the perfect destination for classic taste and big budgets.

Williamsalso stands tall with its unmatchable, super comfortable custom made couches. The products are made in Egypt but the accessories are imported from abroad – hence the high price.

For linens, Malaika is the place; everything is made of 100 percent Egyptian cotton and the prices are affordable. Quilts, throws, bed sheets, towels robes and much more is all available at the first Malaika branch in Cairo.  

Tanisis the ethnic touch in Designopolis; the Egyptian and Moroccan printed fabrics are what distinguish the shop. You can also find oriental rugs chandeliers and cushions. Tanis also offers custom made furniture.

For cutlery and kitchenware, Alessi is the place. The brand is Italian but the prices aren’t scary. Everything is available from bottle openers candle holders and salt shakers to vases, pans, pots and serving dishes. Cutlery is also available and at an affordable price.

The kids’ area will also be open for your kids while you shop! And you can also make a stop at Cilantro for coffee.

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