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BoConcept reveals the colour of your spirit

BoConcept reveals the colour of your spirit

4 November 2004

The chic and inspiring leaders of the design world rubbed shoulders last night at an inaugural event celebrating BoConcept’s anniversary in New Zealand and the much-awaited launch of their 2005 catalogue. Guests were invited to ‘find the colour of their spirit’ in colour inspired areas, matched with cocktails and canapés in the very environment where creative home interiors are born: the BoConcept store.

Originating in Denmark, BoConcept aspires to make good quality modern designer furniture available to more people. ‘What colour is your spirit?’ forms the BoConcept dedication of cherishing individuality. As a global leader in home furnishings, BoConcept offers New Zealanders a chance to be creative.

The flexibility of BoConcept gives freedom to express yourself with furnishings that are beautifully designed and affordably priced. Euan McKechnie, Director of BoConcept, says they are enthusiastic about assisting home-owners in shaping their lifestyle; “We want to share our passion for superior, individually inspired home environments”

BoConcept, the award winning store, nestled in Mt Eden, offers a delectable range of products catering to individual needs. Assisted by the creative inspiration of their staff, BoConcept provides a truly unique shopping experience that challenges you to experiment with colour, texture and style. Dedicated to contemporary design, BoConcept will grow with every new fashion and trend ensuring they continue to enhance the interior lifestyles of New Zealanders.

BoConcept’s 2005 Catalogue is available online at www.boconcept.co.nz or visit the showroom at 20 Normanby Road, Mount Eden.

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