Buying furniture in Wuppertal

Amazing furniture in Wuppertal

With lots of history and much to see on a day to day basis, Wuppertal is a great location for just about any Expat. Besides history, Wuppertal is also a great place when it comes to furniture shopping. There is definitely no need to go straight to IKEA as you will be able to find many great options in the area. Just make sure to travel by car, as many of the stores will be further away than you may think. You should also be aware of long waiting times for some items. Make sure to ask if you’ll have to wait; and if so how long. In order to make your shopping trip as enjoyable as possible, we have compiled a short list of the options in the Wuppertal area for you. Here they are:

Möbel Dickamp

This great furniture store in Wuppertal is a great store to begin your shopping trip. It offers both higher priced items as well as those that are affordable on most budgets. This will allow you to figure out where you stand and what you are going to have to calculate with.

Möbel Dickamp GmbH & Co. KG

Phone: +49 (202) 456569

Kipdorf 20
42103 Wuppertal-Elberfeld

[email protected]


Wohnsinn Wuppertal

With great styles and prices that are just as attractive as the quality, Wohnsinn Wuppertal is the ideal place for those with a medium budget and a great sense of style. Make sure that you check out their great variety of furniture and appliances.

Wohnsinn-Wuppertal e.K.

Phone: 0202 / 52 88 670

Hünefeldstraße 82a,
42285 Wuppertal-Barmen

[email protected]



Shopping on a rather small budget can be hard sometimes. However, Yuvammöbel will make it just a little bit easier for you. They offer good quality stuff at prices that will allow you to make quick decisions and maybe even take a piece or two home with you.


Phone: 0202 70 53 660

Schwesterstrasse 88
42285 Wuppertal


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