Furniture Website Launched
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Furniture Website Launched

Shopping for furniture is one of the most difficult tasks to do, especially in Tehran. When one sets out to buy a sofa, for example, deciding on what to take home can be very confusing as there is no outlet to efficiently compare prices and shops selling sofas are scattered across the city.  However, a new website named decoriss.com has been launched to address these issues. The national online shop hopes to deliver specialized services by introducing, criticizing and marketing the items listed.  So far, the site has little or no information on analytics sites like Similarweb, with its ranking sitting at a lowly 83,590 inside Iran. It hopes to shed light on the market and help customers make a better choice. The store brings to customers the help of specialists in the furniture industry and customers can receive reliable consultation and make the best decision.    


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