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Bernhardt gives up to 50% off on all furniture to celebrate 1st year

07:48 PM November 20, 2018

MANILA, Philippines – After a successful first year in the Philippines, Bernhardt Furniture is set to give the biggest ONE DAY sale this coming November 24, 2018 ( Saturday). Expect a discount of up to 50% off on all items including new collections. And that’s not all, come early, from 9am to 11am,  and get additional 5% discount on top of the discounted rate .

“This is out Thanksgiving day gift to all our valued clients.” Says Eric Po, Managing Partner of Home Mavericks, Inc., the exclusive distributor of Bernhardt Furniture in the Philippines.

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Bernhardt creates fashion-forward furniture that by its very nature — individual hand-work, original artful details, unique materials, luxury surfaces — allows you to express your distinct personal style in your home. A brand renowned for iconic design and part of the heritage of America, Bernhardt has been crafting fine furniture since 1889. This legacy brand remains family-owned and operated, now led by its 4th generation. Families of artisans have passed down their skills, creativity, and passion for the artistry of furniture to form the bedrock of the brand. Crafted by our family to create a home for your family, every Bernhardt piece is designed to make a beautiful and lasting impression.

Grab this once in a lifetime chance to shop for classy and chic furniture in time for the holidays.

Bernhardt Furniture is located in Connecticut St., Greenhills. For more info call 02 8797099 or 09778301122.

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