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Has Anyone Bought Furniture From The Dormy House?

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ChickenSpring Sat 03-Nov-12 11:33:48

We need new hallway furniture and I am thinking of buying The Dormy House Triple Storage Bench: www.thedormyhouse.com/product/hallway/storage-shelving/2011-triple-storage-bench
I'm concerned about the durability of their furniture (mdf), but cannot find anything else that I like the look of!
Has anyone purchased anything from them before? If so, have you been happy with the quality etc.
They have an offer on for free delivery and 10% off in November (WFS11), so price is suddenly more favourable.

ChickenSpring Sat 03-Nov-12 19:11:37

Anyone?

ChickenSpring Sat 03-Nov-12 22:40:19

One more try!

aylsham Sat 03-Nov-12 22:54:54

I had one of their tv tables years ago and it was very robust but of course it had a curtain round it so you could only see the top when closed. Wore well though.

ChickenSpring Sat 03-Nov-12 23:36:45

Thanks Aylsham, it is reassuring to hear from someone who has purchased from them before. I really dislike buying furniture online; makes me very nervous!

GrangeMouth Mon 05-Nov-12 09:17:18

I bought a bathroom cabinet from them and although mdf seems good quality to me so am buying another one for our new en-suite.

I think I found them after Homes & Gardens (or similar) had an offer in the H&G shop for them.

GrangeMouth Mon 05-Nov-12 09:19:30

I bought a bathroom cabinet from them and although mdf seems good quality to me so am buying another one for our new en-suite.

I think I found them after Homes & Gardens (or similar) had an offer in the H&G shop for them.

IWantToGoToThere Wed 07-Nov-12 21:24:29

I've just ordered a hallway console table and the double storage bench but they're not being delivered till the 22nd so I can't report back. I also got a Home and Gardens deal for 20% off but had to pay delivery so your deal is probably just as good

fresh Wed 07-Nov-12 21:30:23

True it's all mdf but I've used it loads at home and for some clients who didn't want to pay massive designer prices. The quality is robust and wears well. I'd say it's much better quality than Ikea and in terms of durability better than Oka which chips and marks really easily IME. None of it is exactly edgy design but if you've seen something you like, I would think you're safe.

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