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Christmas shopping just got easier thanks to Maison Luxury Home and Lifestyle

(PR.co.nz) When Aussie couple, Karen and Chris moved from Sydney’s inner city to earthquake ravaged Christchurch earlier this year they noticed two things. Firstly, they couldn’t easily source some of the home consumables they were accustomed to having around, particularly luxury candles!

Secondly, Kiwi’s seemed to be hovering on the verge of an IT explosion with businesses only recently starting to become aware of the importance of a web based presence and consumers, although confident with the local Trade Me site for online shopping, didn’t appear to have many dedicated online stores to choose from.

Fortunately, between the two of them they crossed the ditch with web design skills, sales and business management expertise and experience operating a large online retail store in Australia. Needless to say, what to do once they arrived in Christchurch became clear fairly quickly!

They have since spent the last few months designing and developing Maison Luxury Home and Lifestyle, ‘a luxury online store for you and your home’.

At www.maisonluxuryhome.co.nz you will find a treasure trove of luxury scented candles, including the world famous Voluspa alongside local NZ’s own high end brand Mahina and more. Search for delicious home fragrances, sumptuous bath and body products from brands like Compagnie de Provence and Nesti Dante and shop the entire biodynamic Jurlique skin and body care range. They have also recently imported Linea Bimbi, a range of natural based baby care products directly from Italy.

It goes without saying that online shopping has taken the world by storm in recent years, from designer wares to discounted merchandise and groceries, people across the globe are moving en masse to the more convenient option of lounge room retail. The virtues are plainly obvious; shop when you want and at your own pace, avoid high pressure sales tactics from overzealous shop assistants, no need to visit crowded shopping centres and drive in circles looking for a car park, compare hundreds of prices online before making your decision and forget struggling to get home all those cumbersome bags and boxes, someone else will drop it off at your front door within a day or two for you.

Shopping online also means that regardless of where you live you can have the same level of access to top quality products as those who live in major cities around the world, you’re no longer limited to a single local market place. As a consumer you benefit from greater variety and choice, and because there’s more competition, you will definitely find better prices. It’s a win win solution for consumers.

Customer focus is a key element for Maison Luxury Home and Lifestyle, if you have any questions, feel free to email or call, they are always more than happy to help! They also offer free shipping on purchases over $150 and currently have a Christmas 2011 promotion running for one lucky shopper to win a Portus Cale gift pack valued at $198.

This year, make your Christmas shopping as simple as visiting www.maisonluxuryhome.co.nz and pick up some fabulous presents for family and friends that are sure to be appreciated. And don’t forget to treat yourself too, it’s been a tough year!

And since you’re online, stay social with Maison Luxury Home and Lifestyle to keep up to date with all the latest product additions and news; Like them on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/maisonluxuryhome , follow them on Twitter http://twitter.com/#!/MaisonLuxury and Blogger http://maisonluxuryhome.blogspot.com and watch product reviews on their YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/MaisonLuxury

Contact Information:
www.maisonluxuryhome.co.nz
(03) 3860 184
PO Box 27095,
Christchurch NZ 8640

 



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