Fallen Fruits launches furniture catalogue

by | Jan 12, 2016 | Products | 0 comments

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Garden giftware company Fallen Fruits has launched a new catalogue for 2016.

The catalogue will be in addition to the company?s core range catalogue and is designed with garden furniture buyers in mind.

The catalogue includes the company?s popular furniture ranges including Victoriana-inspired Old Rectory and the contemporary Fancy Flames collection of cast iron flame bowls.

Commenting on the new catalogue, Fallen Fruits managing director Michael Hall explained: ?Our recent expansion in product ranges has led to the creation of a new catalogue, which highlights our stunning collections of garden furniture. By separating these pieces from other giftware items, retailers can find their preferred product categories more efficiently, with all of our garden furniture ranges in one place, from garden mirrors to gazebos.?

For more information, visit: www.fallenfruits.co.uk

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