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PUBLISHED: 17:37 20 August 2010 | UPDATED: 17:44 20 February 2013



With Boniti's Spectacular Sale from 20th – 26th September there's never been a better time to think about home improvements.


Boniti has become a top destination for savvy interior design enthusiasts looking for great quality, choice and striking design. With everything from beautiful natural stone and timber flooring to designer fabrics, bespoke furniture and bespoke Porter Robinson kitchens too.

As if this werent temptation enough, Boniti is now also about to launch its biggest ever sale and it promises not to disappoint with more products on sale than ever before.

Biggest Ever Sale

With Bonitis Spectacular Sale from 20th 26th September theres never been a better time to think about home improvements. There will be huge savings across beautiful natural stone, timber flooring, bespoke mirrors and bespoke Porter Robinson kitchens.

Reduced Designer Fabrics and Wallpapers too

Plus, interior designer John Law, of interior and garden design company Woodhouse and Law, will be on hand to offer friendly tips and advice if you need it. Not to mention discounts of up to 20% off decorative lighting, designer fabrics and wallpapers from top designers including Zimmer and Rohde, Hodsoll Mckenzie, Etamine, Cole and Son, Dedar and Thibaut.

Limited Stock

With limited stock available and the sale running for one week only, shoppers are advised to hurry to avoid disappointment.

One for the diary. 20th 26th September 2010 at Boniti. 2 mins south of J18 of the M4 and parking is free.

For more information, call Boniti on 01225 892 200 or got to

Dunsdon Barn, Dunsdown Lane, West Littleton, Nr Bath SN14 8JA


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