Check It Out Now! Container Furniture Sale
They are back in town once more! The dynamic duo, Ingrid Samu and Daryl Wakelin have set up shop again with yet another container load full of goodies. This time they have chosen even larger shop premises to display their most interesting and excitingly exotic pieces of indoor and outdoor furniture, pots, urns, ornaments, and plenty of quirky interior as well as exterior decorations.
The handsome, light and spacious former showroom of ICMotors, located on the corner of Walton and Albert Street in Whangarei, certainly lend themselves well to this beautiful and large exhibit. With parking plenty available around the showroom’s premises and within easy walking distance from the centre of town, the easy accessibility should hold no one back from making at least a visit to feast your eyes on the plentiful treasures on show.
You must hand it to these two innovative business entrepreneurs; they sure know how to select a great variety of beautiful must-haves. Repeatedly PropertyPlus has seen the contents of their imported containers and every time without fail, we have been most impressed.
Selected with care by the team on locality in Asia, they once again have delivered the WOW factor. A lot of time spent to selecting the latest styles and finishes, prioritising best quality. Both Daryl and Ingrid are proud that all the furniture they select is 100% wood – thereby declaring their retail outlet a ’chipboard free zone’.
Yet again, it is perfect timing, right before Christmas and summer. It is this time of the year when we all like to find treasures to please our loved ones and you can rest assured that there are opportunities aplenty from little to large gift ideas to put either under or around the Christmas tree. Furthermore, what is to stop you beautifying your house and property even further with so many affordable items to choose from. The range of teak indoor and outdoor furniture is well worth visiting the shop located on the corner of Walton and Albert Street, and even the colourful haberdasheries are most definitely worthwhile filling your Christmas stocking with.
With their client’s interest firmly in mind, it remains both Ingrid’s and Daryl’s prerogative to market the products at a better price by cutting out the ‘middle man’ and keeping overheads down by using temporary premises only enabling them to keep the retail price to a bare minimum.