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Any suggested furniture and/or furnishings stores in MA/NH area? or even online?

pg600rr

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Just bought a new house and am also buying all new furniture/furnishings from rugs, to chairs, couches, beds, sheets, towels etc.

I like a variety of different styles (def. want to stay away from Bobs, Jordans, etc. shit) but also cant be spedning $5k on a couch (i.e., design w/in reach), something inbetween those 2 ends of the spectrum on quality and price is what I am shooting for.

I would like some local places in MA/NH area so I can see stuff in person, but may also be open to buying online. Just had a very bad experience buying furniture online before, everything seems to look better (not in person)

Forgot to mention, some places I am considering, But have no idea of the quality is:

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams (local)
Pottery Barn (local)
Crate + Barrel (local)
West Elm (local)
Unica (online)
Hive (online)
 

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you can try Boston Interiors.. some decent selection and prices are ok.. if you just want to do some window shopping.. get out on Rt 9 and head west. You'll run into some decent furniture stores with a wide selection of styles.

or.. you can do what I did and let my wife convince me to go to Furnitureland South (Jamestown, NC) and pretty much drop a ton of cash on some really nice furniture. Just be prepared to spend 2-3 days there to see all of their showrooms and selections.
 

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Originally Posted by NH_Clark
you can try Boston Interiors.. some decent selection and prices are ok.. if you just want to do some window shopping.. get out on Rt 9 and head west. You'll run into some decent furniture stores with a wide selection of styles.

or.. you can do what I did and let my wife convince me to go to Furnitureland South (Jamestown, NC) and pretty much drop a ton of cash on some really nice furniture. Just be prepared to spend 2-3 days there to see all of their showrooms and selections.


Thanks, I forgot about Boston Interiors, and Circle Furniture, they apparently have a store in Acton (which is very close to me).

SC trip sounds nice but unfortunatley dont have the time avail...
 

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CB2 for more younger, modern, but IMO better quality than Ikea
 

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There is a Restoration Hardware at Wrentham that sometimes has some good one-offs and sales. If you go there is always a 25% off 1 item on the outlet's website that helps get you down more.

Depending on what you are looking for you can always take a day trip to Brimfield as the summer show dates are through this weekend the 18th. Next one is September.
 

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