Royal Interiors celebrated the first anniversary of its partnership with Rolf Benz with a soiree attended by over 100 industry friends and partners at its newly refurbished Tan Boon Liat building showroom.
1 November, 2018
“I am now in a space where I truly understand what my clients want. We are here to make your home decorating experience a smooth journey,” said Suresh Nandwani, founder of luxury furniture retailer Royal Interiors. “No waiting for months for products that look different from what you saw in the showroom. No bumps, detours or exhausting days walking around looking for the right furniture at the right price. Just high-quality furniture at the right value. We will take you there.”
Entering its sixteenth year in the business, Royal Interiors has built an alluring (and ever expanding) international brand portfolio that includes Rolf Benz, Fendi Casa, Bentley Home, Cattelani & Smith, and many more.
Last week Royal Interiors celebrated the first anniversary of its partnership with Rolf Benz with a soiree attended by over 100 industry friends and partners at its newly refurbished showroom at the Tan Boon Liat Building.
The highlight of the festive evening was a lucky draw that saw three lucky winners taking home a Rolf Benz 973 table.
Designed by German-based designer Pascal Bosetti, the lightweight and stylish table features solid wood legs and a powder coated steel table top with a leather handle for easy portability.
Were you at the party with us? View more photos from the evening in the gallery below!
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