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Topic # 242286 19-Oct-2018 18:04
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Hi.
Traveling to Auckland from out of town tomorrow and we are shopping for a couple of items we don't see in our town.
(Tauranga)
Can anyone recomend a furnature store, we have done harvey norman etc locally, just want to see what else is out there.
In particular we (wife) is after a modern entry console/table for our new house.


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Reply # 2111151 19-Oct-2018 18:29
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What is Furnature? I think you mean ' furniture '

 

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  Reply # 2111152 19-Oct-2018 18:29
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all depends on the budget. there's very cool scandinavian furniture store on mt wellington, but price :(





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  Reply # 2111158 19-Oct-2018 18:53
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Thanks, whats the name ?




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  Reply # 2111159 19-Oct-2018 18:54
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Yes, furniture

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  Reply # 2111180 19-Oct-2018 19:49
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Danske Møbler in Botany Downs might be worth a look.





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  Reply # 2114007 25-Oct-2018 18:18
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Early Settler?
Tons of little one off shops for that sort of thing in Auckland......of course budget is another thing, but if it's not an issue, browse the net


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  Reply # 2114122 25-Oct-2018 22:21
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Linux:

What is Furnature? I think you mean ' furniture '

 

 

They spell things differently out in the provinces.

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  Reply # 2114123 25-Oct-2018 22:27
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Stu:

Danske Møbler in Botany Downs might be worth a look.

 

 

Danske Mobler is really, really expensive. A better option might be to go to an area where there are a pile of furniture shops and comparison shop, particularly if some of them are Asian-run, you can often bargain for a better deal than what's listed. Wairau Park is good for this, for example.

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  Reply # 2114188 26-Oct-2018 07:49
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You might like to look at Nick Scali

 

https://www.nickscali.co.nz/find-a-showroom

 

Not been there but we have not needed to go furnature shopping for a number of years.

 

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  Reply # 2114190 26-Oct-2018 07:51
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There are also a whole bunch at Wairau Park, while you will have most of them in Tauranga, they may have different stock on the floor and your wife might see something she likes.

 

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