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The Spirit of Love is Captured in Design from Naurelle

Allow the design team at Naurelle to renovate the floor plan at your residence, and impress your love with a romantic evening at home this Valentine's Day.

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- When looking for antique furniture, Los Angeles residents are often actually searching for a long-forgotten sense of romance. More often than not, this journey leads them to the design center and showrooms of Naurelle. For years, Naurelle has been recognizes as the only designer to provide classic, traditional and modern luxury bedroom furniture, chandeliers, wall sconces and more that are lovingly created with an eye for beauty that stands the test of time. This Valentine's Day, find romance in every aspect of their collection – from dining tables to office furniture in Los Angeles – and always with the meticulous care and love that comes from top European craftsmen.

With so much emphasis on achieving one's resolutions and working off those holiday pounds, the first months of the new year can be some of the least exciting of the year. In fact, it's easy to get into a rut where we fail to appreciate the world around us. However, in mid-February, Valentine's Day finally offers a much-appreciated reprieve from the drudgery of day-to-day winter life, instead providing a chance to cuddle up with the person you care about most.

While there is certainly plenty to do in L.A. for Valentine's Day, it can also be one of the most congested days of the year, with traffic clogging the freeways and long waits at nearly every decent restaurant. Instead of dealing with the frustrations of a night out on Valentine's Day, dazzle your dearest with a night in and amidst a newly renovated home designed by the innovative artisans at Naurelle.

While anyone can have a dozen roses delivered, it takes a true aficionado of ornate and elegant beauty to create a warm, comfortable living environment. Naurelle's exclusive design division will completely redesign your residence – from the floors to the walls and ceilings, including all furnishings and lighting. Their team will happily execute the designs depending on your personal preference for classic, modern or traditional furniture, ensuring your surroundings are a perfect extension of your own tastes, and a reminder to your significant other of why they fell in love with you to begin with.

About Naurelle

Since their founding in 1981, Naurelle has been recognized as the premier high-end furniture and lighting showroom in Los Angeles. Led by their renowned president Kayvan Nahai, Naurelle features the finest European classic, modern and traditional designs from Italy and Spain. Whether they're furnishing and designing floor plans for residential homes, commercial showrooms or grand hotels, the renowned Naurelle team is dedicated to offering the best in elegant modern design and timeless, classic design.

The warm feelings that come from true love start at home, and by embracing aesthetically-pleasing and time-tested design in your own residence, you can share exquisite luxury with the ones you love the most. Fall in love with the incredible design options at Naurelle this Valentine's Day, and transform your surroundings with truly beautiful design. For further information about any of the furniture available at Naurelle, please visit at www.Naurelle.com or contact the store directly at 323-852-7007 today!

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