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Emily_Joy
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edited 28 December 2021 at 9:55AM in I wanna buy it or do it
Any recommendations on where to look for good/high quality small furniture/kitchen storage items *in person*? I tried John Lewis and Lakeland, but didn't like anything there. I sometimes visit second hand/specialised charity stores like Emmaus/British Heart Foundation/Sue Rider, but haven't found what I needed.
Any recommendation would be very appreciated. We are in West Midlands.

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  • Debran
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    You could try Dunelm if you have a local branch.  Have a look at their website to see if they stock the sort of items you are seeking.
  • Emily_Joy
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    Debran said:
    You could try Dunelm if you have a local branch.  Have a look at their website to see if they stock the sort of items you are seeking.
    Indeed, they stock items we are seeking... but they are sold out! :D

  • MysteryMe
    MysteryMe Posts: 3,054 Forumite
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    Ikea or Lakeland possibly? 
  • Marcon
    Marcon Posts: 10,891 Forumite
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    Robert Dyas sometimes has a surprisingly good range of such things at reasonable prices.
    Googling on your question might have been both quicker and easier, if you're only after simple facts rather than opinions!  
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