Coricraft opens a new store in Rosebank and you could win!

The Mall of Rosebank has undergone a massive overhaul in recent months, and one of the changes is the addition of a Coricraft store, opening its doors to the public on 9 August 2014.

The new 800 square-metre store offers customers a  unique and engaging shopping experience that delivers interactive retail with Coricraft’s renowned and affordable product range in an environment that’s in a class of its own.

Choose from Coricraft’s locally manufactured collection of slipcover, genuine leather, and fully upholstered couches that continue to deliver on quality and unbeatable value, as well as a selection of handpicked furniture sourced from around the world. Add to this the handy and versatile accessory racks (filled to the brim with scatters, frames, carpets, throws, and more) and you’ll be able to pinpoint your favourite pieces and décor accessories at a glance.

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Coricraft’s popular Sleep Studio is also in-store, offering customers a complete affordable sleep solution from A to Zzzz. Style your sleep sanctuary with your preferred choice of headboards, beds, bases, pedestals, dressers chests, ottomans and bed blankets. Complementing this is Coricraft’s new mattress range, Cori Slumber, which features a collection of high quality, affordable mattresses in various sizes.

As one of South Africa’s leading value retailers, Coricraft continues to embrace the philosophy of offering quality home furnishings and accessories at the most affordable prices. So make sure you head on over to the new Rosebank store as soon as you can.

One lucky Syllable in the City reader can start their Coricraft shopping spree with a R500 – all you have to do is follow Coricraft on Twitter and leave a message below with your Twitter handle so we can verify your entry.

  • Entry is open to all South Africans
  • The winner will be randomly drawn and announced on 8 August 2014
  • Neither Syllable in the City (SITC) or Coricraft will enter into correspondence regarding the prize/winner and the prize cannot be exchanged for cash


  1. Carryn

    Following on Twitter! @VintageKitchy 🙂

  2. Jean Dennis

    Entered with the twitter handle @Jean_Dennis 🙂

  3. Carla Pegg

    I follow you and coricraft on twitter 🙂 @carlieshell WOOHOO holding thumbs 🙂

  4. stephanie graves

    Love there stuff, holding thumbs toes fingers 🙂 my twitter handle is @stefeg79


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