Exclusive Fabric Choices Available at 1st for Cane

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 08, 2009 -- 1st for Cane, a leading online retailer of cane and rattan conservatory furniture, draws your attention to their personalised furniture fabric options.

Choice is good - it gives everyone a chance to get exactly what they want. At 1st for Cane clients have a choice - not only of a very diverse range of cane and rattan suites, but also of the fabrics seat cushions are covered in.

A comprehensive selection of fabric is available - choose from standard which are available for no additional charge, or select from the luxury ranges of durable block colour and beautiful patterned fabrics. These cost upwards of £20 per seat, but increase a client’s choice considerably.

The chosen fabric can be tied into the scatter cushions or a contrasting fabric can be selected -layering texture can add interest and help tie other colour accents from an existing scheme.

“A quality fabric cushion adds the finishing flourish to a stunning cane suite,” says Andy Hunt, of 1st for Cane. “Choose fabric which suits your personal taste - whether it fits in with your current scheme or is a complete contrast. You can expect great quality and a great price guaranteed at 1st for Cane.”

Find out more about 1st for Cane and their range of top quality cane and rattan furniture at [http://www.1st-for-cane-furniture.co.uk] or contact them on 0800 0277 306.

About 1st for Cane

1st for Cane is a trader of top quality and affordable cane, wicker and rattan furniture, including cushioned sofas, dining tables and chairs. Offering stunning suites at affordable prices, 1st for Cane have many years of experience behind them and many satisfied customers which stands testament to their success.


Contact:
Andy Hunt
1st for Cane
London, UK
0800-0277-306
info@1st-for-cane-furniture.co.uk
[http://www.1st-for-cane-furniture.co.uk]

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Press Release Submitted On: October 08, 2009 at 4:02 am
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