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Buying furniture in Hagen

If you aren’t already aware of the fact that many German furniture stores take up to three months to have your furniture delivered to you, then you may be in for a surprise. The reason for this is that a lot of furniture stores don’t stock the products that they carry, but instead have to import them from overseas. As a result, the waiting times can be rather high and if one isn’t aware of this beforehand, it can cause a bit of a problem when trying to furnish ones home. If you find yourself in such a situation where you have things planned for a specific date and your furniture will not arrive until weeks after, then you may want to consider leasing furniture until the ones you have purchased arrives.

 

 

 

Möbel Krebeck

With their timeless designs you be able to furnish your home in a manner that will not go out of style. Their products are of high quality and therefore a bit more on the expensive side but taking not only the design but the durability of their products the price is well worth it.

Phone: 02331.26161

Website: http://www.moebel-krebeck.de

Address: Goldbergstr 7

58095 HagenGoldbergstr

Email: [email protected]

 

 

Möbel Boss

Möbel Boss has very affordable furniture and is another popular German furniture store with 100 locations throughout Germany.  They’ve got kitchens, bedroom sets, bathroom cupboards and cabinets as well as a multitude of other items to get your home complete.

Phone: 02331/396030

Website: http://moebel-boss.de/

Address: Feldmühlenstr. 21

58099 Hagen

Email: [email protected]

 

 

Olbrich Wohnen

Outside of solely furniture, Olbrich Wohnen has carpets, mirrors, lamps and other bits and pieces that will work to making your home more complete. They are also no strangers to affordability and your pockets will, therefore, not feel threatened when shopping for furniture at  Olbrich Wohnen.

Phone: +49 (0) 2331 971 55 56

Website: www.olbrich-wohnen.de

Address: Kampstr. 15a

58095 Hagen

Email: [email protected]

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