S. Worthen (owlfish) wrote,
S. Worthen
owlfish

Provisional Furniture Research

If I had to move right now, here's the furniture I'd have to use: a comfy chair, a folding chair, five bookshelves, a set of CD shelves, a wardrobe, and an air mattress. That's it. I was very efficient about getting rid of our furniture back in Toronto.

At some point in the coming months, we'll be moving, and when that happens, we'll need more furniture. I'm familiar with Ikea and John Lewis as furniture sources. We don't yet know what styles or prices we'll want, but it couldn't hurt to start to become more familiar with our options. Where else would you go, and why, for any and all kinds of furniture shopping in England, or, in particular, Greater London?
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