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Kasala Furniture

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1946 Occidental Ave S
Seattle, WA 98134
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(206) 340-4112
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So, the Kasala Outlet moved to just behind the Sodo Starbucks and Krispy Kreme (really, drive between the two buildings, take a right down the alley, and on your left is a tan bui...

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Ummm, their furniture seems nice on the outside, but their prices are unbeleivable. We actually bought a chair from this place and it broke at the seems with in six months. They...

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Kasala Outlet: Almost perfect in every way. 1/11/2007

So, the Kasala Outlet moved to just behind the Sodo Starbucks and Krispy Kreme (really, drive between the two buildings, take a right down the alley, and on your left is a tan building with the Kasala logo on it). I was skeptical when I came in...maybe I wouldn't find anything for someone like me. And by me, I mean someone looking to furnish my apartment with functional modern pieces that clock in under $50 each. And maybe something to "splurge" on in the, uh, $200 range. By range I mean under $200. Lucky me, I was in the right place. Which is not to say that the Outlet is populated by tons of fab-u pieces under $50. It just means, I was in the right place at the right time. I picked up a cool, very comfortable, and otherwise VERY expensive chair of great construction. Except that the swivel base was a little jiggly. I bought it for $50. If I told you the retail, you'd say, "NOOOOO! You got THAT chair for $50??!!?!!?! NOOOOO!" Yes. I got it for $50. Next: Two silver barstools that normally retail in the hundreds of dollars. Minor cracks. Fully functional. $49 each. Next, lighting. Gorgeous 3-lantern lighting $199. One modern red lighting piece: $35, a silver modern table lamp: $14. Other items like really gorgeous couches were a steal at 1/2 price, sure, they're $1,299 but they're the best couch you're gonna find for $1,299. Other fun items include reasonably priced ottomans that double as side tables (the top flips open to reveal storage and a hard table-top) for $99. Also, they deliver for $75, but you may have to schedule WAY out. Worth noting, I went back a couple times over a week to buy/pick up stuff and their staff remembered my name, was very nice, and very helpful. Dorian, on staff, is great and a lot of fun. When I want furniture again, they're the first place I'll go. My apartment looks incredible. more

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Kasala Furniture Outlet 5/1/2006

We bought a bed and some chairs from the Kasala outlet in SoDo. We like the bed and the chairs, but only because the price for the bed was fair and the chairs were a steal. The prices at their full-price stores are generally too high for the quality. The quality of most items is probably comparable to the mall stores like Crate & Barrel and Pottery Barn. If you are going to spend a lot on furniture, look at McKinnon or even the Fine Furniture Gallery (both in Seattle's furniture district on Western Avenue). At these places you pay high prices for really high-quality furniture and great service. I do like the little things at Kasala, though. They sell a bunch of fun little items in the under $50 range - good gifts. The Kasala outlet has some good items for those who like modern furniture. Like most true outlets, the selection is hit and miss, but at least you pay a fair price (or better) for the furniture. The guy who runs the place is really nice and not the least bit snooty. The prices are appropriate for the quality. Sometimes, there are some great deals. Just don't go on Monday or Tuesday. Hours: Wed-Sat 10:00am-6:00pm Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm Address: 520 S. Massachusetts St. Seattle, WA 98134 Phone: 206-340-4112 Fax: 206-340-1227 Email: outlet@kasala.com more

Furniture for the well paid 8/17/2005

Ummm, their furniture seems nice on the outside, but their prices are unbeleivable. We actually bought a chair from this place and it broke at the seems with in six months. They made us feel as if it was our fault. They actually asked us if we as stood on the chair or let our kids play on it - we dont even have kids!!! They are snooty and prefer to work with customers who are ready to spend, spend, spend. more
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