Buying furniture in Reutlingen

Have you been wondering where to purchase furniture in Reutlingen? The answer is just about everywhere. Okay, maybe not everywhere, but Reutlingen does have quite the substantial number of furniture stores.


For those of us moving to this beautiful city, it’s an exceptionally great thing. Why? Because it gives us the world of options to choose from. If you’re someone who is picky about the furniture that they buy and are looking for a combination of quality and value for money, then shopping around will be of dire importance to you. When it comes to doing just that in Reutlingen, you will not be disappointed. Instead, what you will be faced with is furniture stores that specialize in designer furniture, those that are more focused on modern designs, others that have amazingly low prices and so much more.


The options are there, and therefore, it’s a furniture shoppers  playing field in a game that can only be won. Take the time out to view the following websites and get acquainted with some of the options that you have when shopping for furniture in Reutlingen. There’s so much more out there, but starting somewhere is better than not starting at all, right?


Wohland Reutlingen is a great place to pick up all your furniture necessities, whether it be for the garden, the bedroom, living room or dining room.

You can get an idea of what they have in stock here:

Phone them at: 07121-513-0

Other useful information:

Karl-Henschel-Strasse 30, 72770 Reutlingen

[email protected]


Möbel Rieger is the ideal place to shop for your child’s bedroom.

You can check out their website here:

Other information:

Phone: 07121 / 357 – 0

Schieferstraße 10,

72760 Reutlingen

reutlin[email protected]

Braun Möbel combines comfort and affordability.

Visit them at: Markwiesenstr. 38,

72770 Reutlingen

[email protected]

Other information:

Phone: (0 71 21) 919 0

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