Tsar Carpets & Rugs are holding a massive sale for a limited time from Wednesday 15 February. With 50% off all stock rugs, 30% off custom orders from Tsar’s house collection and 10% off custom wall to wall carpet, this is the perfect time to peruse the Tsar range and choose from their huge house […]
February 14th, 2012
Tsar Carpets & Rugs are holding a massive sale for a limited time from Wednesday 15 February.
With 50% off all stock rugs, 30% off custom orders from Tsar’s house collection and 10% off custom wall to wall carpet, this is the perfect time to peruse the Tsar range and choose from their huge house collection. From classics to modern designs, Tsar have rugs to suit any interior environment.
Tsar’s annual sale runs at their Sydney and Melbourne showrooms only until stocks last.
Tsar Melbourne Showroom
St Kilda Junction
3 Wellington Street
Tsar Sydney Showroom
69 O’Riordan St
Alexandria NSW 2015
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