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The Warehouse launches a style 'Revolution'

The Warehouse launches a style 'Revolution'

The Warehouse joins forces with Republic Home designers to create Republic Revolution homewares brand

The Warehouse has joined forces with the guys behind the successful Republic Home stores, Peter Reid and Graham Dickie, to create the exciting new Republic Revolution brand - putting affordable style within reach of all New Zealanders.

Republic Revolution is the first design collaboration of its kind to hit the New Zealand retail industry and marks the beginning of a wider plan for The Warehouse's Design for Everyone programme.

Homes can be transformed with stylish hand picked pieces, inspired by Peter and Graham's travels with The Warehouse, throughout Los Angeles, London and Asia. The designer-inspired range includes furniture, artwork, bed linen, tableware and decorative items to complement every room in the house, and reflects two key internationally on-trend themes of 'Cosmopolitan' and 'Lodge'.

The Warehouse Chief Executive, Ian Morrice, says, "Were committed to providing solutions for people who want to make their home look stylish, at an affordable price. We don't believe that style and creativity should be expensive or out of reach. Graham and Peter's unpretentious attitude and approach to design wholeheartedly support this vision and we are thrilled to be collaborating with them on this project."

Peter and Graham, whose down-to-earth design expertise has been seen on TV make-over shows, and who feature regularly in home-style magazines, are equally excited about this new direction. "Style and good taste have nothing to do with money; a good looking home needn't cost the earth. Everyone should have the opportunity to express themselves through well chosen décor. New Zealanders appreciate quality products at affordable prices and that's what we're offering with Republic Revolution."

The two themes that comprise The Warehouse's first Republic Revolution range (the sophisticated Cosmopolitan collection and the texture-focused Lodge collection) can be used individually or combined beautifully, enabling customers to mix and match with confidence, reflecting a classic colour pallet and textures that are perfectly on-trend for the New Zealand winter.

Style never goes out of fashion. Republic Revolution is about providing quality, stylish, design-inspired homeware pieces at an affordable price and giving New Zealanders the opportunity to inject a sense of fun, style, vision and personality into their homes.

Republic Revolution will be available exclusively at The Warehouse, in selected stores nationwide from the 20th of May.

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