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Home textile fabrics producer opens store in Russia
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Sep '13
Apolena a producer of decorative textiles and accessories opened a showroom in Russia and also unveiled an ecommerce portal.

Available in both - the internet store and show room are decorative pillows, covers and plaids, bed linen, curtains for all types the room, furniture and padded stools, covers for sofas and chairs, aprons, pillows for chairs and many other home textile products.

In its Russian store, it has 20 ready collections, namely "Fashion trend", "Pin Up girls", "Provence", "Country", "Morocco", "Savanna", "Magic World of Flowers", "City Quarters", "Magic Kitchen", "French Cafe", "Cup Cake", "Baby Baby", "Madagascar", "Cats and Dogs", "From Russia with love", "St. Valentine", "Merry Christmas", "Ballet" etc.

About Aplolena:

The company "Apolena Textiles" was founded in Turkey in Bursa in 2001. "Apolena" - a complete production cycle from design textiles and fabric to create a form ready collections. Apolena factory is located in the largest industrial city of Bursa in a vast textile industrial park.

To date, the company's portfolio are two main areas of production: upholstery and decorative fabrics for home textiles: furnishing fabrics such as Jacquard, Shinile, artificial leather and fabric print with exclusive designs (over 400 designs); unique products of home textiles and accessories: complete solutions for living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, children's and youth rooms. The range of exclusive bed covers, curtains, decorative pillows, kitchen sets, clocks, paintings, posters, and other items of interior (more than 120 collections).

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