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Old Jun 30th 2005, 3:37 am
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Ok, need some help.

Am possibly coming to Melbourne this weekend to start my hunt for good quality contemporary furniture for the new house.

I really like hard wood for the table, chairs, entertainment unit, coffee tables etc.

I am also looking for good quality sofa's that are contemporary but comfortable.

Anyone that has any good places near them or that they have been to, please let me know. I dont fancy just wondering aimlessly through the streets of Melbourne all weekend....

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Hi Hels

There are a couple of places where there are just strips of furniture shops on both sides of the road.

Try Whitehorse Road, Nunawading, or Frankston Dandenong Road in Dandenong.

I'm sure you'll find something with the amount of shops there

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Hi Hels

There are a couple of places where there are just strips of furniture shops on both sides of the road.

Try Whitehorse Road, Nunawading, or Frankston Dandenong Road in Dandenong.

I'm sure you'll find something with the amount of shops there

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Ahhhh now thats what I am talking about.....Concentrated Shopping!!

My kind of heaven!

Thanks J,

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Originally Posted by Hels
Ok, need some help.

Am possibly coming to Melbourne this weekend to start my hunt for good quality contemporary furniture for the new house.

I really like hard wood for the table, chairs, entertainment unit, coffee tables etc.

I am also looking for good quality sofa's that are contemporary but comfortable.

Anyone that has any good places near them or that they have been to, please let me know. I dont fancy just wondering aimlessly through the streets of Melbourne all weekend....

Cheers,

Hels
There's Richmond too - that seemed pretty good...

I'm sure that we will see every furniture shop between Bendigo and Philip Island on Saturday -

What will you do Sunday??















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There's Richmond too - that seemed pretty good...

I'm sure that we will see every furniture shop between Bendigo and Philip Island on Saturday -

What will you do Sunday??















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You really think we can do ALL the shops in Melbourne on Saturday and have to return on Sunday??

You obviously havent been shopping with me yet!!!
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You really think we can do ALL the shops in Melbourne on Saturday and have to return on Sunday??

You obviously havent been shopping with me yet!!!
Laying bets on it...........

You said window shopping - I bet you'll return on Sunday to see that lovely Dining table again.........especially if they have a 'buy now, pay later offer

As long as you can spare 10 mins for a coffee and a cig - you can drag me everywhere !!
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Laying bets on it...........

You said window shopping - I bet you'll return on Sunday to see that lovely Dining table again.........especially if they have a 'buy now, pay later offer

As long as you can spare 10 mins for a coffee and a cig - you can drag me everywhere !!

LOL...we will see

It should be fun tho. Just gotta talk Pauly into it now!!
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LOL...we will see

It should be fun tho. Just gotta talk Pauly into it now!!
It will be....

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