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Welcome Summer Season with Casa Pagoda’s Hottest Summer Sale 2013 – Up to 50% Off!
Casa Pagoda’s “Summer Sale” is on now at the renowned home furnishings store, Sukhumvit Soi 45, through April 21st 2013!! Casa Pagoda is offering up to 50% off on all furniture and home accessories.  Don’t miss this truly special offer – find lots of eclectibles and perfect products for your beloved houses, at great prices!

The Casa Pagoda team travels around the world to create unique collections with multiple inspirations, from Retro, Baroque, Pop to Vintage Living, Asian flair and European heritage, all of the best quality in design and finishing.

Casa Pagoda Sukhumvit Soi 45 is open Monday to Friday, 10 am – 8 pm and Saturday to Sunday, 11 am – 8 pm. For more information, please contact 02-258-1917.  
** (Remark: Casa Pagoda is closed on 13 April - 16 April 2013, as they are Songkran holidays.)**
About Casa Pagoda
Casa Pagoda commenced its business in 2003, founded by three partners. With a common passion for the best in comfortable living and highest standards of quality, they established unique concept stores that have become one of the more renowned furniture venues in Asia.
Today Casa Pagoda has showrooms in Bangkok, Thailand, Shanghai, China, and Moscow, Russia, and the latest store in Beijing, China.
Please contact, E-mail:
Casa Pagoda Sukhumvit Soi 45
Tel +662 258 19 17
Please contact, E-mail:
Casa Pagoda Taikang is located on No.15 Taikang Road, Shanghai, 200025
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10 am – 8 pm, Saturday & Sunday 11 am – 8 pm
Casa Pagoda is located at No. 6 Sanlitun South Chaoyang District Beijing 100027 P.R. China Monday to Friday 10 am – 8 pm, Saturday & Sunday 11 am – 8 pm
Casa Pagoda Home Collection
No. 136 Taikang Road, Shanghai, 200025
Tel +86 21 6466 8198
Hangzhou - Central Dpt. Store:
Casa Pagoda, MIXC Mall, in Qianjiang New City, at the crossing of Fuchun Rd. and East Qingchun Rd.
Russia, Moscow:
11 Bolshaya Dorogomilovskaya Street,
Moscow Tel: +7 (499) 240 41 48
For more information, please visit or
For media information, please contact:
Tantida Tammakhupat
TQPR (Thailand) Co. Ltd.
Tel: 02 260 5820 ext. 120 fax: 02 260 5847-8

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