Furniture And Homeware Shopping In Turkey

If you are looking to find out how to purchase and organise Furniture And Homeware Shopping In Turkey, please note that Kingsman Estates offers a free after-sale service for our clients who purchase a property in Antalya or property in Istanbul. 

Our dedicated after-sale representative will be allocated to you and once you have a small meeting outlining your needs and requirements, you will be taken to various boutiques, home supply shops and other various places where you will be able to browse goods and order them. If you are worried about the difficulty of delivery please do not as even if you are not in the country we can make arrangements where our after-sale representative will be available in your property for the arrival of the goods you have ordered. 

As Kingsman Estates we take pride in our experience and service in the Turkish property market. However, we have a fantastic array of after-sale services so you can have ease of mind knowing that you have the best representation in the Turkish property markets.  

However, you might also be interested in acquiring these goods on your own without the help of our dedicated after-sale team members. So keep reading to fully inform yourself and get to know how stores work in Turkey as well as links to some predominant shops in Turkey for homeware and furniture. 

Supermarkets and hypermarkets are two types of supermarkets.

Migros: is a big grocery chain with locations all across the country. It sells groceries, bakery items, cleaning goods, flowers, books, phone cards, electrical equipment, gardening materials, and glassware. It also provides an online shopping solution for major cities. Above a specific threshold, delivery is free.

Carrefour: A hypermarket that sells white goods, electrical appliances, and tools like garden equipment. Basic furniture and self-assembly shelves (as well as groceries and clothing). Online shopping for Istanbul and Ankara with free delivery over a specific amount.

BIM: is a Turkish-owned supermarket with locations all throughout the country. Basic food and cleaning materials at a low cost

Macro Center has branches exclusively in Istanbul and Antalya. Deli, bread, fresh fruit, and juices

Most supermarkets offer their customers loyalty cards with various benefits such as vouchers for free or reduced-priced items. Plastic bags are provided free of charge by all stores.

Shops for Furniture

Alfano: A Turkish-owned budget furniture retailer having locations in the majority of major cities and towns. Furniture for the bedroom and dining area, as well as wall units, couches, and sofa beds

Home Business: A Turkish-owned store in urban regions that sells branded home furnishings, antiques, clothing, shoes, and bags. Some locations feature in-store cafés.

IKEA is a Swedish-owned furniture store that sells home and office furniture, soft furnishings, home accessories, flooring, kitchenware, and children’s toys, as well as chairs and bedroom furniture.

Istikbal: A Turkish-owned cheap furniture shop chain with locations throughout Turkey, specializing in home textiles, living room suites, bedroom accessories, and outdoor furniture.

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