Buying furniture in Recklinghausen

Why it’s important to take a look at a few furniture stores before deciding on one?

When it comes to furniture shopping in Recklinghausen, there are many options available, it’s just up to you to take them. One of the main things that cause people to overspend on furniture is the belief that if a store has one of the most important items that they need, like a bed, at a relatively low price, then that’s enough to determine that the store is an affordable one all together. This couldn’t be farther from the truth, as in many cases, stores have a bargain in one section and expense in another.

The importance here, will then lie on the fact that you can’t judge the entirety of a store by one product. Take a look at a few stores to get an idea of what the prices in the region are. Especially if you’re coming from a different country, you’ll want to compare German prices with German prices rather than German prices with the price offered in your home country. This means that you’ll have to get online and do some looking around as well as make your way to a few furniture stores in the area to find out what your best furniture store options are for given items.

Phone:  02361 9396 0

Ostermann- lamps, dining tables, cribs, sofas, everything you need for your home can be found here for an affordable price.


Address: Schmalkalder Str. 14

45665 Recklinghausen

Email: [email protected]

Phone:  02361 108961


Home Schlafen Wohnen- this is where you’ll want to look for all your bedroom furnishing needs. The items here may be a bit expensive, but if you’re in need of quality, then it may be worth withstanding the price that comes with it.

Erlbruch 11, 45657 Recklinghausen


Phone: 02365/201962

Reso Möbel-  Prices are Reso Möbel are in the middle range, and thus won’t completely dampen your budget.


Address: Brassertstr. 115-121

45768 Marl

Email: [email protected]

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