Srinagar: In a bid to introduce blend of innovative variety in home décor, modular kitchens, wardrobes besides doors and door frames in the valley, DwellWell showroom was today inaugurated by Minster for Public Works, Floriculture, Gardens and Parks, Syed Muhammad Altaf Bukhari in the presence of senior government functionaries besides prominent business house owners in Srinagar and Baramulla.
While speaking at the event, Bukhari lauded the efforts of the promoters of the unit, Iftikhar Kakroo and Shiekh Abid terming it a good beginning towards providing quality wooden items and solution to the people of the valley. The quality of modular kitchen, doors, wardrobes and other items here is impressive and I complement this great beginning. He asked them to ensure that quality is not compromised and competitive rates are provided to the customers.
During the inaugural event, the minister had a look around the two floor facility housing modular kitchen samples on the ground floor while wardrobes and doors with frames were put on display on the first floor. Earlier, anything would work for homes but the youth today are quite sensitized in terms of selecting the best and most exquisite designs for homes and I am glad that an option in this direction is now available in Srinagar for us he remarked.
DwellWell is a new beginning in Jammu and Kashmir aimed towards taking designing of home interiors to the next level. It is situated at a strategically appropriate location of the National Highway opposite Ahmads Hospital and provides hassle free solutions to modular kitchens, wardrobes, doors and door frames.
An exclusive dealership to American Standard sanitary ware is also set to open in the same premises soon.
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