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Dania

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6416 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
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We fell in love with a friend's Dania couch and armchair and bought our living room furniture there. Their furniture is very stylish (much of it with clean, minimal lines and a E...

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A couple of weeks ago, I purchased an office furniture set ($1400) from Dania. At the time, I explained to the sales associate, Stanley, that I needed to have it delivered th...

Skip Dania! 12/13/2010

A couple of weeks ago, I purchased an office furniture set ($1400) from Dania. At the time, I explained to the sales associate, Stanley, that I needed to have it delivered the following Saturday before noon as a surprise gift for my husband who was returning from Germany on Saturday afternoon. Stanley assured me that my delivery would arrive on time. Botched Delivery: On Wed, their delivery person contacted me to tell me that Dania had not informed them that they needed to both deliver AND install the furniture and that there was no way that they would be able to deliver my furniture (much less install it) before 6 pm. I was upset and when I spoke with Dania about it - they told me that it was an "outside company" and that they had no control over it. They didn't even apologize! Botched Order: On Friday afternoon at 3 pm I received a call from Dania to say that they had not "clicked the correct box" and so the furniture had not been delivered to the store for pick up. I asked if they could obtain the furniture from another store or speak with the wharehouse (located a couple of hours away) and see if they could arrange for the items to be sent up on another delivery truck. Aaron the manager was a jerk. He acted as though Dania was not at fault at all. He did not offer any solutions - he just kept telling me that he could not solve the problem and that I was lucky that Stanley, the sales associate (who had messed up the original order), had "made such a valiant effort" to get the pieces for me. In the end, my husand returned home to a room with no office furniture at all. I had sold our existing office furniture on Craigslist in anticipation of the delivery and so my husband now has no home office from which to work. The whole experience with Dania was terrible. Bottom Line: If you are working with any time constraints or need a company that is reliable and takes responsibility for their mistakes - Skip Dania! more

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Innovative furniture for small space :-) 6/2/2006

It's not exactly a "little shop", but my vote would be to pop in to Dania and see what they have... because "affordable" is the hard part to fulfill. While they have a little more design-conscious stuff than IKEA, their prices are still quite reasonable, so it's kind of like an upgraded IKEA (less particle board). IKEA does have some pieces made of solid wood, but I hear you, they are limited. :-) I like that some of the pieces carried by Dania are innovative for small spaces... for example, a coffee table which can convert to a dining table http://daniafurniture.com/?page=shop/flypage&page_back=shop/category_items&offset=18&product_id=1192&category_id=f85e462baf927f8e53989dd969c0e430 - they also have a few more extension tables which remind me of clean and functional designs by muji http://www.muji.net/eng/ (whose furniture is unfortunately not available in the US ). We looked for quite a bit of cute "small space furniture" since we live in a small condo, but I tell you, they're hard to find! They also have a beautiful table named Kobe, which converts to a dining table but can be stored away in size of a console table and comes with storage drawer space. I don’t see it on the website, but the last time I was in their showroom they still had it. Their north location on Roosevelt Way has more merchandise, including discontinued items and a big as-is discount corner with stuff that’s been returned or scratched. If you are in Vancouver, I highly recommend popping in to EQ3 http://www.eq3.com/cat-eq3/splash.html - another cute furniture shop whose stuff is quite reasonable by furniture standards, and much cuter than IKEA - and they have a lift-up storage bed reminiscent of flou beds, for about 1/3-1/5 of its Italian counterpart. They can deliver to Seattle for a fee. Happy shopping and don’t forget Craig’s List! more

Stylish furniture, good prices, good service 8/17/2005

We fell in love with a friend's Dania couch and armchair and bought our living room furniture there. Their furniture is very stylish (much of it with clean, minimal lines and a European feel) and reasonably priced -- our leather sofa was ~$1500. It's also very comfortable. We probably visited the store six or eight times before deciding what to buy, and then came back a few days after ordering to change our order. Through it all, the staff were patient, helpful and friendly (and had a sense of humor!). Be aware that some of the upholstered furniture is made to order and can take up to 3 months (!) to deliver. more
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