Scatter Box to host exclusive Home Event

Home furnishings supplier Scatter Box has announced their Edition 2 Home event, a special open house showcasing their latest collection.

Held at their newly renovated showroom in Navan, trade customers will have the exclusive opportunity to view their new collection from 31st July to 11th August, Monday to Friday, 9 am to 6 pm.

With Scatter Box opting out of exhibiting at any Autumn trade shows, the Edition 2 Home event is the only chance for trade customers to experience their new collection firsthand. For those unable to attend during the specified dates, appointments can be arranged with any Scatter Box agent.

The Edition 2 ‘Made with Love in Ireland’ collection harmoniously combines Irish craftsmanship with the latest trends in soft furnishings.

“We’ve embraced earthy tones like olive green, terracotta, and rust, while emphasising texture as the focal point. Expect to see rich tapestry, chunky knits, mohair, and more. Handmade with love by our team of skilled sewers, each piece showcases the rich heritage and artistic flair for which Ireland is renowned,” stated Scatter Box.

“The exclusive open house event will be held at Scatter Box’s newly renovated showroom located in Navan, Co. Meath in the North East of Ireland. The showroom boasts convenient access via four major motorways – the M1, M2, M3, and M4. Additionally, County Meath is a mere 30-minute drive from Dublin International Airport, making it easily accessible for visitors from afar. Ferry ports in Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, and Belfast are also conveniently located.

“The event is by appointment only, so if you would like to visit to view their Edition 2 2024 Collection, contact the Key Account Manager for your area ( to book a slot.

“Scatter Box welcomes all trade customers to experience the beauty, craftsmanship, and style of their Edition 2 collection at this exclusive event. Don’t miss the opportunity to discover the latest trends in soft furnishings, meticulously curated with love in Ireland.”

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