Forum Décor reopens after over $260,000 reconstruction | THE DAILY HERALD

COLE BAY–Forum Décor has reopened its doors with an expanded showroom and more than 100 brands of items just in time for persons who are rebuilding and looking for quality items.

Forum Décor’s store in Cole Bay was “totally destroyed” during the passing of Hurricane Irma in September last year. “The roof of the showroom was ripped off, the mezzanine collapsed, there was nothing left in the store: tiles, displays, kitchens, all destroyed and went,” the store told The Daily Herald on Tuesday.

The establishment forked out more than US $260,000 to rebuild a much better store for the comfort of customers. “We have expanded the showroom, which now includes a new mezzanine of 250 square metres, rejuvenated the showroom, updated our displays of tiles and sanitary, renewed our collections and soon you can also discover new custom kitchens where we sit with clients and design their dream kitchen and build it according to their unique vision.”

Located at Union Plaza in Cole Bay (139 Union Road), next to Union Road Medical Clinic and Orco Bank, Forum Décor said it is “happy, relieved, enthusiastic and full of energy” with its reopening. “And our customers make us feel good by rushing [to – Ed.] … our new store. Our team of experts will ensure to meet all their needs and will help with any and all of your projects. Our teams are very friendly and competent for all and any of your projects.”

The store said customers can expect “a new showroom that will have everything to seduce you – more than 100 brands exhibited, life-sized ideas, expert advice, personalised support, choice, quality and price.” The establishment sells items for tiling, tap and hydrotherapy, toilets, kitchen, bathroom furniture, flooring and outdoor furniture, amongst other things. It carries a number of brands including Novoceram, Imola, Myr Ceramica, Dural, Emigres, Pamesa Ceramica, Dune, Italgraniti, Roca, Tarkett, Otto, Grohe and many more that can be discovered on site.

Source: The Daily Herald