Visit Kirti Nagar Furniture Market For Beanbags, Tables, Chairs & More At Great Prices

Ronojoy posted on 19 July

If you’ve ever tried to look for furniture in this city, you are bound to have come across that person who would suggest Kirti Nagar. You would take their advice and reach, only to find yourself utterly lost, walking amidst shops that seemed completely alike, and soon you would become frustrated, and end up ordering online. Well, I can assure you that all hope is not lost. We found some places that could end up being just what you were looking for.

Manku Furniture

In the larger square within the market area, you’ll come across Manku furniture, where all your table requirements will be met. They have a fairly large collection of study desks/tables, computer tables, and reception tables. Started in 1974, by Sardar Baldev Singh, this store is the perfect antidote for the student on the hunt for that perfect desk to get the creative juices flowing.

Price: Desks start at INR 6,000

Home Décor Stores

80, Furniture Block, Industrial Area, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi

Akarshan Store

Choosing a mattress is sometimes like choosing the person you want to spend the rest of your life with. You need one who will be able to take all your nonsense, one who would understand, and yet after the worst day imaginable provide you with a comforting embrace. I don’t want to oversell a mattress, but you must visit Akarshan Store to believe it. I almost fell asleep trying out one of their premium foam line-ups. Imagine a cloud gently caressing your back while angora rabbits snuggled against you. You’ll find Akarshan smack opposite to Durga.

Price: Starting at INR 2,000 {enquire about offers}

Home Décor Stores

Shop 6, Plot 2/3, Furniture Block, Industrial Area, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi

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Furniture Point

If you have some money saved up, and you’re planning on refurbishing your house, changing up the décor, making Barney Stinson’s house seem like a garbage dump, Furniture Point is the place to be. The owner is one of the nicest people I met on my trip, and he’ll personally take you around to show you what makes the quality of his furniture different. His store stocks everything from a chest of drawers, to rocking chairs, all created with an idea of balancing a unique design, with the best quality. They also specialise in study tables, and consoles. This place is only for the true furniture enthusiast.

Price: Products start at INR 9,500

Home Décor Stores

81, Furniture Block, Industrial Area, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi

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Art Effects

No house is too posh, or too humble for a splash of pizzazz. You’ll find yourself drawn to Art Effects, without my suggestion, whilst walking through the furniture market. They specialise in bean bags, but they do so much more. There are hand shaped bar stools, light wooden table tops, on metallic rungs, small sized poufs, self-standing lantern shaped lamps, Buddhist water fountains and so much more! Even if you bought a single item from here, your house would never be the same again.

Price: Beanbags start at INR 300

Home Décor Stores

Shop 4, Plot 19, Furniture Block, Industrial Area, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi

Durga Outdoor Furniture

If you’re a person looking for all-weather proof furniture, because you have a lawn or terrace you’d like to convert into a space to take your morning cup of tea, or maybe because you’d like to give a sense of the outdoors, inside your house, look no further! Durga Outdoor Furniture is packed to the brim with weather proof furniture, which have a certain aesthetic appeal to them.  From beautiful blue chairs, and round blue table to match, to outdoor recliners, this store has the best bang for your buck.

Price: Chairs start at INR 2,000

Home Décor Stores

Shop 2, DDA Market, Furniture Block, Industrial Area, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi

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There is also a DDA market in the middle of the main square which can provide you with even cheaper deals on raw, unpolished furniture, but you’ll have to keep an eye on the quality on offer. The market remains closed on Mondays.