So unique you will be curious

news: So unique you will be curious

• You will find an impressive variety of original stock
• You will find an impressive variety of original stock

IF YOU want to deck out your home with unique furniture and trinkets, or give a gift that’s out of the ordinary (and which cannot be found in Algarve Shopping or Faro’s Forum Algarve), then head for Casa Curiosa. This bright, orange building is hard to miss as you drive out of Almancil on your way to Faro.

Once you’ve been there, you will certainly want to return.

Casa Curiosa opened last weekend and, if the numbers of people who attended are anything to go by, this home furnishing shop is going to be a real success. Walking into the shop, the first thing you realise is that it is so much more than just another homey shop.

Dotted around are toys for the kids, candles, oil lamps, mirrors and cushions, alongside larger pieces of furniture such as dressers, dining tables and cabinets. Not only is the variety of the stock impressive, but so is the variety of the prices. There really is something to suit every taste and bank account!

The items at Casa Curiosa are different to the mass-produced ones we are used to seeing. Transported from Holland, Germany, China and Poland, you can guarantee the piece you buy is original.

Alongside these furnishings are the unique items that make Casa Curiosa worth that visit. How would you like a pair of black and white minstrels for your lounge? Or a scaled down replica of an American gas pump for your porch?

If it’s the outside of your home that needs a bit of TLC, then Casa Curiosa can help there, too, with their varied selection of garden furniture, sun umbrellas, candles and pots. Once you’ve found that perfect table or lounger, Casa Curiosa can also deliver it to your home.

The other feature that really makes Casa Curiosa stand out is that the shop is open seven days a week, from 10am until 7pm – something unique in Portugal!

For more information, call 289 391 373, e-mail [email protected] or visit