Carretera de Villena, km. 3 – 30510 Yecla (Murcia) Spain
Credit cards are accepted/ private parking/ Wi-Fi /free service of soft drinks and coffee/ opening hours: Monday through Saturday from 10 to 13.30 and from 16 to 20:30 h/ situated near several recommendable restaurants.
Mª Carmen Ruiz.
You can find:
Seriousness, experience, professionalism and quality.
In our store you can find furniture of all styles (modern, classical, colonial, rustic), children’s bedrooms, kitchen and furniture, screens, mattresses, decorative items, side furniture, upholstery and much more. In addition, we carry out our projects taking into account our customers’ needs, in order to consider their options and arrangements for home furnishing. We offer a guarantee of quality.
Customers asking our team of professionals for advice when furnishing their home.
What’s so special about them?:
A company with 38 years of experience, staffed by a team of professionals such as salespeople, designers, assemblers…etc. Our most effective way to be better known is that our customers recommend their relatives, friends and acquaintances to visit our store.
Give the customers the choice of designing and producing everything else that they need in order to furnish their home. We would like to thank the customer for the confidence in us deposited. We have various sales and special offers in a broad range of products. Furthermore, the company has its own transportation and assembly service. “Muebles Forum” is associated with the trade association “El Mueble de Yecla” (the furniture in Yecla).
“My father was furniture manufacturer and I was working as administrative assistant in his company. Once I grew and got married, I made the decision to start my own company. After 38 years, here I am, in charge of my own business.”
Muebles Ibáñez Ruiz recommends you:
“To go out for tapas in the restaurants and bars in Yecla in order to have an enjoyable time with the family, friends…etc. They also recommend you one of the liveliest festivals in Yecla: San Isidro festival, declared of Regional Tourist Interest.” Mª Carmen Ruiz.