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Published: Friday April 4, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Friday April 4, 2014 MYT 8:49:38 AM

A million home decor ideas on show

KUALA LUMPUR: The Perfect Livin’ exhibition at Putra World Trade Centre is bigger and better than ever, with more booths, exhibitors and great deals for customers.

With a projected turnout of 140,000 visitors and 1,250 booths to view – 150 more than last year – Perfect Livin’ continues to climb to greater heights and hopes to have a great four-day run following its launch yesterday.

Organiser IStar Ideas Factory business development director Jason Yap said this year’s exhibition – themed “Daringly Different” – would boast a host of exciting seminars and games.

“There are RM150,000 worth of prizes up for grabs,” he told reporters at a press conference after the event launch and a tour of the exhibition.

“Cutting edge products and a million home decor ideas are here. There are also talks by feng shui masters and industry experts who can advise you on how best to furnish your home.”

One such talk is by efficient lighting provider, Megaman, which will inform visitors on how best to light up a home while sa­­ving energy.

Looks nice: Beyond Arena sales director A.W. Yong (right) showing (from left) Chan, Yap and IStar managing director Datuk Adriana Law one of his exhibits at The 2014 Perfect Livin’ Home and Lifestyle Exbihition in Kuala Lumpur. The exhibition starts today and runs until Sunday. – Art Chen / The Star.
Looks nice: Beyond Arena sales director A.W. Yong (right) showing (from left) Chan, Yap and IStar managing director Datuk Adriana Law one of his exhibits at The 2014 Perfect Livin’ Home and Lifestyle Exbihition in Kuala Lumpur. The exhibition starts today and runs until Sunday. – Art Chen / The Star.

Director Albert Chan said sa­­ving energy meant saving money, and with the eco-friendly lights from Megaman, households could save hundreds of ringgit.

“You won’t just save money from not replacing bulbs – you’ll reduce heat in the house, and save on cooling bills,” he told The Star.

“Green” seemed to be the unofficial theme of the event, as many exhibitors had eco-friendly items up for grabs.

Whirlpool, which makes household appliances, had a newly-launched series of easy-to-clean energy-saving ovens on display, which, according to product ma­­nager Lim Ciaiyi, saves up to 30% more energy than conventional ovens.

Another exhibitor, Beyond Arena, attracted attention for its promotional price Jacuzzi tubs.

“There are discounts of up to 30%,” said sales manager Patrick Tan.

Besides the product promotions, there are also individual lucky draws and door gifts from exhibitors.

High-end kitchen appliance experts Fotile are giving away a free iPad mini every day in a lucky draw to customers who spend more than RM3,500, and also have a “wheel of fortune” for those who spend more than RM2,000.

“We also have special rates and promotions for our award-winning kitchen series,” said general manager Tang Dee Hua.

Exhibition visitor Hari Kumar said the items showcased at Perfect Livin’ had made him exci­ted about redecorating his house.

All sorts of household applian­ces and items are on sale at Perfect Livin’, from kitchenware to mattresses.

The exhibition runs from today to Sunday at Putra World Trade Centre from 10am till 9pm.

Ad­­mission is free.

Tags / Keywords: Business, Perfect Living expo

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