Monday, December 23, 2013

Stress-free shopping online!

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Does anyone else find furniture buying a chore?
Before I had kids, I seemed to have all the time in the world to trawl between stores, comparing products and prices.
These days though, I’m time poor. I live in the country too, which means I really need to travel if I’m going to check out everything that’s on offer.
Worse, my kids look at me like I’ve suggested giving all their electronic games to charity and moving to Mongolia if I even think of taking them with me on a furniture-buying expedition – even if it’s for them.
“It’s so boring,” they’ll moan. “Everything looks the same.”
And after five minutes of lying on mattresses or sitting on couches, they’ll ask: ‘Can we go now?’
Chase needs a new bed and Harmonie would love some cool drawers for her bedroom. But neither of them wants to actually go shopping for them, and I honestly was dreading the experience.
So imagine how delighted I was when I discovered Furniture Online!
This one-stop internet shop means I can browse for furniture while the kids watch telly, do their homework, or kick a ball out in the garden.
They’re happy, and I still get to choose from more than 5,000 products – all without the stress of dragging bored kids around stores with me, and minus the expense of travelling.
With a click of a mouse I can check prices and compare designs on everything from kids' bedroom furniture to lounge suites, plus rugs and accessories.
I can buy outdoor furniture online, or select much-needed bookcases and chairs for our home office.
Furniture Online has the cutest kids’ storage range too, as well as loads of dining and lounge room ideas.
When I’ve narrowed down my choices, I just call the kids over to see what appeals. So much simpler to shop in the comfort of our own home. Best of all, the prices are cheaper too.
Furniture Online have cut out the middle man so customers get the best quality products at the lowest prices. They are so confident of this, they give a no hassle guarantee that if you find any product at any of their competitors within 30 days of your purchase, they will beat that price.
But buying online doesn’t mean you lose personal service. In fact, there is as much help as you like, whenever you are ready to ask. The company has a seven-day helpline so if you have any questions or need advice about which products, designs or colours will suit your home or budget, you can actually talk to an expert about it. No waiting vainly trying to catch a sales representative’s eye, whilst the rugrats attempt to drag you out of a store by force. Simply pour yourself a wine cup of tea, and sit down for a chat.
Once you’ve decided and ordered your gear, delivery is fast. Within 5-10 working days, and they’ll schedule the time and day to suit you. There are options for weekend and/or evening deliveries if that suits your busy lifestyle, so you don’t have to take time off work or stay in for hours wondering when your much-awaited furniture will arrive.
They run regular sales and free delivery promotions too.
If you’d like to give Furniture Online a try, they’re offering a 10 per cent discount to Maid In Australia followers. To take advantage of this great offer, simply enter 10OFF at the voucher code when you finalise your order.

Happy shopping!  

Chase's current bed ... notice the similarity between the body language of dog and Man Child? 

I wonder what would be more fitting for a soon-to-be teenager? And his dog?


Char said...

Chase's bed is lovely but you're right - probably not what every teenage boy wants. We went the ensemble with no head board route when the boys got a bit older. It wasn't terribly exciting but they never really grew out of it until they physically grew out of it (all of them are over 6 foot).

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Bedroom furniture plays an essential part of any bedrooms. Bedrooms can be a source of solace from our busy, hectic schedules. This information will definitely help people for stress free online shopping.

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Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said...

I wish all stores featured their items online! It saves so much time! :D