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Nice modern bed

Postby Captain » 28 Jun 2016, 17:03

Hi,

I would need to buy a couple of beds.
Went to Ikea and bought one but would like to find something a bit nicer but still modern and stylish for the last one.

Any idea where to look ?
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Re: Nice modern bed

Postby nonredneck » 05 Jul 2016, 10:54

You might try SOGO or HOLA. Alternatively, I think there are some stores in Neihu, withing a radius of the Costco that sell furniture (sorry, don't know exact location)
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Re: Nice modern bed

Postby Icon » 05 Jul 2016, 15:47

The center of al furniture stores/factories is in Wugu. There you can browse to your heart's content, and if still not enough, then order custom made.

Then there are other options around Taipei. Heping West Road for example has a large, economical to high end selection of stores. I found my European made mattress there.

Xindian also has large furniture warehouses around Carrefour, a la Neihu. We used to have more, but the ones still remaing -on Baozhong road- have direct links to factories and are open to negotiations.

BTW, IKEA has had problems with furniture and formaldehyde before.
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Re: Nice modern bed

Postby Captain » 06 Jul 2016, 12:34

Many thanks, I will have a look to those places asap.

I heard about Ikea problems in the USA, it is just that it is still a style that I like.
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