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Old 07-01-2003, 04:13
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We have just bought a new apartment in Puerto Pollensa. Anyone know where the best places are to get new furniture for all rooms, lamps, bed linen etc.

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Old 07-01-2003, 06:00
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I think you'll find that a lot of Brits go to IKEA IKEA Mallorca because it is familiar, fairly cheap & the style suits the modern apartments. You often see their delivery vans about. Some people also go to El Corte Ingles in Palma centre. For bed linen, kitchen stuff, electricals etc. try the hypermarkets such as Alcampo hypermarket alongside the motorway at Marratxi, the Carrefour hypermarket at Coll den Rabassa.

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Old 07-01-2003, 08:22
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Default new furniture

Congratulations on the new home.
One of Manacor's main industries is furniture. You can't move in the town for "muebles" shops. All tastes and pockets catered for.
Pop down and have a good look.
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Old 10-02-2003, 05:43
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welcome to the club
you wont regret it, we bought our place nearly 10years ago and only regret that we cant spend more time there.
We have bought some furniture from shops in CanPicafort on Main Road, dont look much from outside but have a good selection, also local supermarkets are good for sheets, kitchen and bathroom bits and pieces but i have always found towels less expensive in uk (scotland in our case)
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