With a little bit of bargaining, you can get your furniture the old fashioned way.
Source: Hindustan Times.
Have you just moved to Gurugram or are planning to?
Gurugram is a rapidly growing city and if you’re relocating here, you need to know about the basic essentials of the city, starting with how to set up your house.
It’s most convenient these days to do one’s furniture shopping online, but residents of Gurugram can also buy their tables, chairs and other paraphernalia the old fashioned way… and at prices far cheaper than one would pay elsewhere!
All you need is some time, and the patience to haggle.
There are several secondhand furniture stores littered across Gurugram, where one can pick up exquisite wooden furniture salvaged from homes, hotels and even offices. Most of these stores can be found in Sector 56 and on the lane which connects Golf Course Road with Ardee City.
A few secondhand furniture stalls can also be found on Sohna Road in Badshahpur village.
You can also find them at Palam Vihar, along the the Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road as well.
A handful of secondhand stores are also scattered across the old Delhi-Gurugram road.
These stores often harbour gems that one wouldn’t find anywhere else, and the quality of both laminate and hardwood furniture can surpass newer goods available in the market.
What’s more, vintage furniture adds that certain old-world charm to your home, and the prices are almost half of what you would end up paying in retail.
Just arm yourself with the knowledge of how to bargain well and you’re good to start shopping!