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Buying furniture in Dortmund

It’s always wise to opt for taking the car when furniture shopping in Dortmund. The reason for this is that furniture stores aren’t typically located centrally, but instead away from the city center and thus, driving is a much better and easier option than deciding to take public transportation. If you’ve been in Dortmund for a while, you can certainly attest to the fact that the weather in the winter can indeed be rather harsh. I don’t know about you, but waiting in the cold for a bus only to take another bus and then a train isn’t something that sounds like a lot of fun. If you’re furniture shopping, or just trying to get an idea of what’s out there in the furniture world during the summer month’s, by all means go for it. Why? Because you’ll want to get in as much sun as possible before the winter comes storming in. However, if you’re looking at picking up a few things while you’re out, then you will, more than likely be in need of a vehicle. After all, walking with a couch on your shoulders won’t only be difficult, it will be impossible.

 

Dortmund has some great furniture store options.

 

Here are a few that you’ll love:

 

Möbel Drees

Beautiful, chic and unique designs. Their lamps are something that you must see.

http://www.moebel-drees.de

telephone: 02 31 / 93 69 74 – 0

Address: BodelschwinghBodelschwingher Straße 125 44357 Dortmund

 

 

 

 

Poco Domäne

Just about everything you need for your home. Cleaning items, furniture, decorations and all at an affordable price.

http://www.poco.de/

telephone: 0231/77612778

Address: Eisenhüttenweg 11 44145 Dortmund

 

Email: [email protected]

 

 

Möbel Boss

With 100 stores in Germany, Möbel Boss is definitely on the up and up. But what makes them so great? Their prices are low, their quality is high and they’ve always got some event or rebate going on.

http://moebel-boss.de/

Phone: 0231/8479540

Address: Bornstraße 195 44145 Dortmund

Email: [email protected]

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