Bents Home & Garden opens new gift department

Bents £100,000 investment programme has seen the department been given an extensive makeover.

The recent works bring the department in line with other areas of the store which have been transformed over recent years. They also help set the scene for the final phase in Bents’ journey which will see a brand new entrance, providing a new focal point and bringing all elements of the centre together, says Bents.

The new-look gift department has been opened out and extended, with new display units providing more space, making it easier to browse and shop for the perfect product. Two different and distinct areas have been created; one for the home and one for you.

The new home area combines all homeware gifts with Bents’ floristry department. Each display is themed bringing together products with colour themed flowers and candles, while all jewellery, luxurious toiletries and beauty gifts such as L’Occitane and Molton Brown products, have now moved next to the clothing department.

Bents has planned an opening event between 27-29 September.


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