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Buying Curtains

Posted: Wed Aug 19, 2020 8:52am
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FionaT

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Location: Puerto del Carmen

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Hi 

Can anyone advise me where the best place on the island to buy curtains apart from Ikea as they are all 200cm drop and I want shorter drop. Thanks

margot54

Posted: Wed Aug 26, 2020 12:48pm

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Posted: Wed Aug 26, 2020 12:48pm

Hi!

We bought all curtains by Ikea and they sowed them accordingly. Doesn't cost much.There are curtain stores in Arecife but they were all more expensive. Wish you luck.

FionaT

Posted: Thu Aug 27, 2020 4:01am

FionaT

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Location: Puerto del Carmen

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Posted: Thu Aug 27, 2020 4:01am

margot54 wrote on Wed Aug 26, 2020 12:48pm:

Hi!

We bought all curtains by Ikea and they sowed them accordingly. Doesn't cost much.There are curtain stores in Arecife but they were all more expensive. Wish you luck.

Thank you

Wildrover

Posted: Mon Aug 31, 2020 8:55am

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Posted: Mon Aug 31, 2020 8:55am

Hi 

Casa Decor in Arrecie. They are just off the main shopping street in Arrecife Calle Fajardo, 30, 35500 Arrecife.

There's a large store on the corner of Anbeba Centre Calle León y Castillo, with a big household dept in the basement.

There are also 2 furniture stores that also sell homeware goods, both are within walking distance of IKEA. 

Keidea Furniture. https://www.keideamuebles.es/

Keidea sell bedding & curtains. The staff have broken English so make sure you have Google Translate on your phone. 

Nortysur Hogar is a little more expensive but it has a great selection of home ware. https://nortysurhogar.com/ 

I know IKEA open 7 days a week but not sure about the other stores, you would need to check the opening times on the websites.

Conforama and Baratisimos, both are near Maxihogar in Playa Honda also have a homeware dept and have a large selection of curtains. Take No 3 bus, get off at Deilands Shopping centre, then take the underpass to the opposite side of the main road.

If you do decide to take a trip to Arrecife central shopping area beware, they still have the old Spanish opening times. Shops close for Siesta in the afternoon and close half day on Saturday.

Also No 3 bus will take you to Arrecife, and stops outside IKEA. 

You will find all of these stores on Google Maps.

Good luck.


FionaT

Posted: Mon Aug 31, 2020 2:24pm

FionaT

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Location: Puerto del Carmen

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Posted: Mon Aug 31, 2020 2:24pm

Wildrover wrote on Mon Aug 31, 2020 8:55am:

Hi 

Casa Decor in Arrecie. They are just off the main shopping street in Arrecife Calle Fajardo, 30, 35500 Arrecife.

There's a large store on the corner of Anbeba Centre Calle León y Castillo, with a big household dept in the basement.

There are also 2 furniture stores that also sell homeware goods, both are within walking distance of IKEA. 

Keidea Furniture. https://www.keideamuebles.es/

Keidea sell bedding & curtains. The staff have broken English so make sure you have Google Translate on your phone. 

Nortysur Hogar is a little more expensive but it has a great selection of home ware. https://nortysurhogar.com/ 

I know IKEA open 7 days a week but not sure about the other stores, you would need to check the opening times on the websites.

Conforama and Baratisimos, both are near Maxihogar in Playa Honda also have a homeware dept and have a large selection of curtains. Take No 3 bus, get off at Deilands Shopping centre, then take the underpass to the opposite side of the main road.

If you do decide to take a trip to Arrecife central shopping area beware, they still have the old Spanish opening times. Shops close for Siesta in the afternoon and close half day on Saturday.

Also No 3 bus will take you to Arrecife, and stops outside IKEA. 

You will find all of these stores on Google Maps.

Good luck.


Thank you

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