Rukkies Decor, a trailblazer in the realm of interior design, has announced the inauguration of West Africa’s premier Floral Artistry and Design Centre, poised to redefine creative expression and youth empowerment in the region.
Situated in the bustling heart of Victoria Island, Lagos, this innovative space marks a significant milestone in the realm of home and business décor.
Under the visionary leadership of Promise Kenneth-Odum, the CEO and founder, Rukkies Decor has long been synonymous with crafting bespoke design masterpieces that elevate and transform spaces.
With the launch of the Floral Artistry and Design Centre, Kenneth-Odum extends this commitment to excellence by offering a curated selection of unique, high-quality artificial plants, figurines, and flowers, catering to diverse tastes and preferences.
“This project is a testament to our unwavering dedication to pushing the boundaries of creativity and innovation in interior decor,” says Kenneth-Odum. “Our aim is to provide individuals and businesses with access to unparalleled design elements that breathe life into their surroundings, fostering environments that inspire and uplift.”
Central to Rukkies Decor’s ethos is the belief in empowering the next generation of talent. Anchored within the Floral Artistry and Design Centre is RAFAD – Rukkies Academy for Floral Artistry and Design – a pioneering initiative aimed at equipping youth across West Africa with invaluable skills in floral artistry and design.
“RAFAD represents more than just a training academy; it’s a gateway to opportunity and self-fulfillment,” explains Kenneth-Odum. “We are committed to nurturing and honing the talents of aspiring designers, providing them with the tools and knowledge needed to excel in this dynamic industry.”
Through comprehensive training programs, RAFAD will offer hands-on instruction covering the intricacies of crafting and utilizing artificial plants and floral pieces to create stunning designs. With a focus on practical skills and creative expression, participants will emerge equipped to leave their mark on the world of interior decor.
“We envision RAFAD as a hub of creativity and inspiration, where individuals from diverse backgrounds come together to learn, innovate, and create beauty,” adds Kenneth-Odum. “By investing in our youth, we not only enrich their lives but also contribute to the vibrant cultural tapestry of our communities.”
As Rukkies Decor unveils its groundbreaking Floral Artistry and Design Centre, it invites individuals and businesses alike to embark on a journey of discovery and transformation.
With a commitment to excellence, innovation, and youth empowerment, Rukkies Decor is poised to leave an indelible mark on the landscape of interior design in West Africa and beyond.