White Stores is the UK’s biggest gardenfurniture store, offering a wide range of products at affordable prices. Expertly selected pieces are chosen from the world of garden furniture, so that you can access the best of the best and get it delivered straight to you. A knowledgeable sales team has many years experience and is on hand to answer any questions you might have about your latest purchase.
About White Stores
Founded in 2005, White Stores stock all garden furniture from Rattan sofas to artificial Christmas trees. Their showrooms can be visited to view the array of display items, to allow inspection before purchase, or just for some inspiration. White Stores pride themselves on stocking a huge range of the popular Rattan furniture that is stylish and practical. All products are available to buy online at all times and often comes ready to use without assembly. The sales team can pick out items that are perfect for the space that you have, whether it be a balcony, conservatory or large garden. A wealth of experience included in their buying guides can help you to know what to look for when choosing garden furniture. Their informative blog can leave you better informed about the differences between a £400 piece on eBay compared to a £4000 piece from a big-name department store, and help you find a comfortable medium.
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Services offered by White Stores
Specialising in garden furniture, White Stores have a large collection of different pieces to suit everyone. Furniture sets are separated into materials e.g. Rattan, textaline, teak, hardwood, metal, castaluminium, fabric, aluminium, and rope. These categories cover products from loungers, to corner sofas and 8 seat dining sets. Other categories of garden furniture include contemporary, modern, luxury, funky, unusual, retro, designer, vintage, stylish, high-end, quality, weather-proof, and all weather. Useful large items are available to buy such as gas fire pit table sets, garden benches, swing hammocks, gazebos, garden parasols, furniture cushions, scatter cushions, furniture covers and cushion storage boxes. There is a broad range of BBQ’s online from different brands, fuel types and sizes, as well as products such as outdoor pizzaovens. A collection of outdoor living items is also advertised, featuring topiary, lanterns and mirrors.
All orders over £50 are delivered free of charge. Alternatively, a handy click and collect service is available so that items can be collected at your convenience. White Stores offer finance for all orders above £500, with interest free credit. A simple returns policy gives 28 days to arrange a hassle-free return.
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Go to Homebase, friendlier, cheaper and this company won't price match. I visited the new Windlesham store this week and I was left VERY unimpressed. Firstly their website states it's in the old Wylevale garden centre. It's not. It's in a warehouse at the back of the carpark. When I mentioned this to the member of staff when I finally located it, I was told there were 4 clear signs and he implied I was blind. Yup a great sales technique for someone wanting to spend over a £1000 on garden furniture. However it took a good 20 mins of me wandering around to get any attention what so ever. It would appear a mother with a toddler in tow doesn't classify as a valid customer worth your salesman's time. I was peeved but liked the furniture, so went back with the well behaved toddler and my husband today. Again I was COMPLETELY ignored and the second my husband came off his conference call he was smothered in attention. We really liked a set but realised it was over £100 cheaper at Homebase and when we asked if they'd price match they said yes but not Homebase, turned on their heel and stomped off. If customer service is not high on your agenda fill your boots, but I'd hate to deal with these guys if anything went wrong.