EXHIBITOR NEWS: Reflecting the beautiful interiors of South Africa
From humble beginnings in 1995 Tiran Décor International has grown to be the market leader in decorative mirrors in South Africa. The pioneers of the framed mirror concept in SA, its range has grown from plain frames to outstanding gilt frames, modern mirror frames and contemporary frames to suit any setting.
All of these ranges are of the highest quality and are priced at wholesale prices to accommodation the décor market. They supply to retailers, interior decorators, hotels, guesthouses and any business that is related to the décor trade.
At this year’s The Hotel Show Africa 2018 it will have a snapshot of its ranges on display. “This will give buyers an idea of what we have on display in our 400-square meter showroom in Kempton Park, Johannesburg,” says Cathy Tiran. “Buyers will view some of our mirrors, gilt furniture and colonial style furniture items. Buyers will also be able to see all our products at the show as we will have pictures available to view.”
Its products are trade only which makes them unique to the décor market. Additionally, the company also has its own range of mouldings and is able to supply framed oil paintings, prints and custom made mirrors according to the needs of the customers. Moreover, the company also stock a stunning range of occasional furniture that compliments the mirror ranges.
Cathy said: “We stock gilt chairs and consoles to place with the matching mirrors that are perfect for an entrance halls and public spaces. These items will create the opulence needed for an upmarket establishment. Added to this we have a range of wooden Colonial furniture pieces that will give an establishment the style of yesteryear.”
The company believes that The Hotel Show Africa 2018 is the perfect platform to display its outstanding products to the main players in the hospitality sector.
“We welcome the opportunity to meet new buyers and are sure that they will be pleasantly surprised by our service, quality and pricing”, says Cathy.
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