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Best furniture shop in Belgium or Germany, reachable by car.



We need to buy a few cupboards/shelves, for bedroom and living etc.
I prefer not to buy IKEA stuff but rather something reliable, long lasting, for a good price.

Dont mind travelling to anywhere in Belgium or even Germany, if needed.
I just want to walk in, order and pick up the same day if possible (or have it delivered).

Any recommendations?

We found this place completely by chance. It is absolutely enormous though on the edge of a small village in rural Flanders.
The website is only in Dutch and really doesn't help you much though the staff speak English.
I'm sure that you can pick up if you have a large enough vehicle and they deliver though I've no idea how far they will travel - I'm reasonable local and they delivered to us on the same day and didn't charge for the service.

Feb 27, 2019 12:27

What kind of furniture do you want, if it really is "walk in, order and pick up the same day", then frankly it is hard to beat IKEA. In terms of quality / price its excellent. Not really sure why someone would "prefer not to buy IKEA stuff".

You could also try places like Leen Bakker, or Vastiau Godeau.

But without knowing more about what your tastes are, and what kind of "quality" you need, it's hard to say.

Otherwise there are furniture shops all over the place.

Feb 27, 2019 18:03

I bought shelfs once, happy with it, probably considering similar kind of stuff. I checked back with kewlox again and found it costs 2000 euros for three cupboards, two for bedroom and one for living. So checking out if it is possible to cut cost, without compromising with the quality.

I am happy with many IKea products but not all. have had bad experience with Ikea cupboards and perhaps won't go for it again ever. I ordered a cot with Vastiau Godeau. once. Felt there were not too many choices.

I literally said I will pick it off the shelf but I can afford to wait for order/delivery process, if they dont have it in stock.

Feb 27, 2019 21:27


Thanks a lot :) Will try this out this weekend.

Feb 27, 2019 21:28

A bit more info for you.
The shop is divided into two parts with separate entrances. The right hand door leads to lighting downstairs and kitchen stuff upstairs. The left hand door to furniture. You can't get from one half to the other internally; you have to come outside and go back in through the other door.
I hope you find what you are looking for.

Feb 28, 2019 10:36


Mar 1, 2019 08:49