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Allow Naurelle to Rejuvenate your Home with the Finest European Furnishings

Spring is a time of renewal, and thanks to the world-class designers at Naurelle, you can renew your home's aesthetic appeal with timeless Italian and Spanish furnishings.

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles residents have always embraced artistry in their lives, be it through music and theatre, fine arts or luxury furniture. When it comes to designers of stunning, luxurious furniture, you can almost always find Spanish and Italian artists at the top of the list, which is why it should come as no surprise that Naurelle has been so thoroughly embraced by L.A. residents who truly treasure timeless style.  Naurelle offers the finest European design furniture – from the grandeur of crystal chandeliers to the simple elegance of a contemporary dining set – that can set apart any home with grandeur and prestige. Thus, for those looking to renew the beauty of their homes this spring, the designers and furnishings at Naurelle are utterly invaluable.

Of course, Californians have always been a particularly innovative community, and though they don't get to experience the rejuvenating feeling of trading in their parka for short sleeves, they can still bring a sense of renewal to their homes with the exquisite furnishings from Naurelle. Whether they are embracing the latest cultural advancements with cutting-edge modern design or looking back to a more romantic age with finest classic and traditional furnishings from Spain and Italy, the clientele at Naurelle will find the best examples of timeless elegance and design.  

About Naurelle

Renowned as the premier high-end furniture and lighting showroom in Los Angeles, Naurelle has come to represent refined taste and style, thanks in large part to the influence of their president, Kayvan Nahai. His impeccable choices for fabrics, colors and finishes are on full display in every piece found in the famed Naurelle showroom, and in residential homes and grand hotels around the globe. Perhaps best of all, Mr. Nahai has even cultivated a design department that allows every client the ability to customize each piece of furniture to make their home or property into an undeniable work of art.

Though the Naurelle showroom is based in Los Angeles, they have designed entire homes in China, Russia, United Arab Emirates, England and other countries as well. Naurelle's sophisticated clientele are always delighted to learn that the company never sells Chinese factory-made furniture. Instead, all of it is handmade, hand-carved and hand-painted in Italy and Spain – a claim that no other American west coast furniture company can make.

When a client works with the world-class Naurelle design team, they get much more than hand-crafted furniture. Naurelle will also renovate the lighting, flooring (carpets, rugs, marble, etc.) curtains, paneling artwork, accessories and more. Last year alone, Naurelle's involvement in international projects skyrocketed – thanks in large part to the growing stature of Kayvan Nahai as a world-class, elite interior designer.

When the weather is already warm and beautiful outside, it only makes sense to direct your attention toward making the interior of your home equally breathtaking, and thanks to Naurelle, you can do so with true aesthetic sophistication. 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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