Scandinavian Living - Warsaw
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A bit of stiff competition for the all-conquering IKEA finally comes to Poland as the craze for all things Scandinavian stylish functionality marches on. The market for home furnishings appeals to most of us and Scandinavian Living offers modern, sleek contemporary Scandinavian stuff and goodies for your home in abundance. Situated fairly centrally at one end of Górnośląska, Scandinavian Living is open 6 days a week Monday to Saturday. Just don’t go there after 7pm (or after 4pm on Mondays or 3pm on Saturdays) as they close then.
The range of products is vast from furniture to jewelry and even clothing. All aspects of home furnishings are here and if you don’t know where to start, why not take advantage of the Homestyling service and get an expert to do it for you. The professional help service will advise on all aspects of the furnishing process to make sure you get it just right. The products have that look of quality about them and seem stylish and fresh.
The website will let you browse the kind of things on offer and will also let you shop on line. If you are getting married or just celebrating, they have a useful Wish List function to remind you to remind your guests what to get you. Handy. The Facebook page offers more glimpses of what is on offer if you need some Danish home furnishings to give your pad that up-to-date, functional feel to it. There is surely something for everyone among this quirky collection . You won’t be disappointed.
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