Buying furniture in Wels

Large distances are nothing new for most expats that move to Europe. However, as you expect everything to be a little bit closer, many expats underestimate the distance to certain places. Furniture stores are often especially far away as they are often located on the outskirts of the city. This makes it necessary to go by car when you are looking to buy some beautiful pieces of furniture for your new home. You should also be aware of the time that you may have to wait for your desired furniture. As furniture stores don’t always stock everything, you may have to wait up to 12 weeks for the piece or the set in the color that you want. Nevertheless, with a great variety, you will surely be able to enjoy your furniture shopping trip through Wels.


At Bruckmueller, living and decorating is seen more as an art rather than a necessity. So, there is no surprise that at this fabulous furniture store you can find some of the most creative and unique pieces of furniture for your new home, which will make everybody jealous.


Phone: +43 (0)7242.47695

4600 Wels, Traungasse 8-10

  [email protected]


XXXLutz Wels

Part of a large chain of furniture stores that operates all over Austria and Germany, XXXLutz offers great quality at very competitive prices. Here you will be able to find furniture for every room of the house, even including the kitchen. IT is a terrific place to start shopping, when you have got the whole house ahead of yourself.


Phone: +43-(0)50111-127-0

Löwenzahnstraße 6
4600 Wels

[email protected]


Leiner Wels

When you are looking for a store that has a large variety and still offers the flair of a place where you can feel at home then the Leiner furniture store in Wels will satisfy all of your needs. Here you can find every kind of furniture you may need, as well as appliances and decorative objects to perfection the look and functionality of your new home.

Leiner Wels

Phone: 07242/41661-0

4600 Wels, Hans Sachs-Straße 85

[email protected]


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