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Buying furniture in Munich

Use the internet when you’re looking for furniture in Munich. Especially if you haven’t already made your way to this vibrant and wonderful city, you’ll want to get an idea of what to expect so that once you get here, you’ll be able to make your home as comfortable as possible in only a short period of time.

München Outlet

München Outlet is one place where you can definitely find trendy items. However, be ware, their products aren’t very light on the budget, but they’re so unique and so likeable that you may be encouraged to overspend. If you do, you won’t regret it one big because the products you purchase will definitely light up your home, adding a fierce and unique character to it.

Phone: 089 / 370 611 25

Website: http://www.muenchenoutlet.de

Address: Lotte-Branz-Str. 6

80939 München – Euroindustriepark

Email: [email protected]

 

Möbel Willinger

Kid furniture can at times be difficult to come by. However, if you’re shopping at Möbel Willinger, the chances are more than high that you will find something that your little boy or girl will absolutely love. And of course, you will want your child’s room to be as friendly and as inviting as possible as this will work to make the transaction into a new city a little lighter on them. 

Phone: (089) 459947-0

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

Address: Wörthstr. 32-34

81667 München

Email: [email protected]

Who’s Perfect

Their name isn’t the only thing that has character or perfect in it. This store really does hit the nail on the head when it comes to great furniture. Beds, designer tables, and in general, exquisite furniture, is what makes Who’s Perfect a furniture store that you will not regret venturing into.

Phone: 089 / 5 89 89 – 114

Website:  http://www.whos-perfect.de/

Address: Landsberger Straße 350

80687 München

Email: [email protected]

 

 

Take a look at the online stores of these websites and do a bit of research on your own to see what the Munich furniture market has to offer in terms of style and price.

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