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540trickzter
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  #1802997 18-Jun-2017 15:37
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Check out Asko and Vast. Both down Moorhouse Have. The new Freedom Furniture also just opened this week down Moorhouse aswell.

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Fred99
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  #1803060 18-Jun-2017 19:06
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540trickzter: Check out Asko and Vast. Both down Moorhouse Have. The new Freedom Furniture also just opened this week down Moorhouse aswell.

 

 

 

True - that seems to be "furniture central" in Chch now,

 

Harvey Norman, Farmers, Hunter, Asko, Vast, Global, and Freedom on that stretch, at least 3 lighting stores, appliance stores, kitchen specialists etc.

 

One more that's worth a look is McKenzie and Willis - but for the time being they're way out from the town centre, another is Casual and Country in Ferrymead, 10 minutes east toward Sumner.


epicurean
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  #1803122 18-Jun-2017 21:58
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Fred99:

 

 

 

 

 

True - that seems to be "furniture central" in Chch now,

 

Harvey Norman, Farmers, Hunter, Asko, Vast, Global, and Freedom on that stretch, at least 3 lighting stores, appliance stores, kitchen specialists etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another row of furniture places (mostly pricier ones) runs from the south end of Papanui Road and up Victoria Street - Citta, Boconcept, Matisse, Cavit & Co, Belle Interiors.

 

Then there's Blenheim Road which has Trenzseater, Mckenzie and Willis, Early Settler, Target and, if you keep heading west, D A Lewis in Sockburn.

 

Also, if you're interested in mid century vintage as suggested above, Mr Mod is the place to go in Christchurch. 


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