Where to buy furniture on Mallorca

Only the best in customer service, quality of material and variety in design

Rialto Living, Palma

Knowing what furniture to buy in Mallorca is one thing, but knowing where to go is another challenge. While there are plenty of furniture stores on the island, it pays to know which ones offer a wide range of good quality products and reliable after-sale service.

Based on years of local knowledge and first-hand experience we’ve put together a list of the best furniture stores to visit. And when we say best, we consider everything from customer service, quality of materials and variety in design. At these below areas, you’ll find not just one recommended store, but a cluster. This’ll make it easy to find what you’re looking for in one concentrated area. From international brands to made in Mallorca items, we’ve ticked all the boxes.

Best Places for Furniture in Mallorca:

Son Bugadelles

Son Bugadelles is on the outskirts of Santa Ponsa, and is a ‘polígono industrial’, meaning industrial estate. As you might expect, the site does lack architectural charm, but it certainly makes up for it in size and variety. This place is without a doubt home to some of the island’s leading interior designers, and is a must-visit in Mallorca when it comes to looking for furniture.

HC Top Picks in Son Bugadelles

Knox Design

Justine Knox is an award-winning British interior designer who has worked in Mallorca for over twenty years. She opened up her 1000m2+ showroom, Knox Design, in Son Bugadelles in 2004 and has since worked with some of the top names in the celebrity world. Her creative flair and genuine, down-to-earth character lie at the heart of her success. With Justine by your side, achieving the wow-factor in your home is a breeze.

Stork Interior Design Store

Udo and Tatyana Stork bring over fifty years of the Stork brand to Mallorca, which originally started in Bretten, Germany. In 2011, Stork opened in Son Bugadelles where the team offer an extensive range of furniture programs using German and Italian brands, amongst many others. They are also professionals at kitchen planning and rely on famous manufacturers like SieMatic, Zeyko, Next125 and Contur.


It goes without saying that in the capital you’ll find the highest concentration of furniture stores. Palma is a magnet for creatives looking to expose their work, meaning that one-off unique items are regularly found here. The good thing about Palma is that many of its designers source internationally, so there is a good variety of style available.

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Rialto Living

Housed in an old cinema with its tall columns and arches, Rialto Living is one of the most iconic furniture stores in Mallorca. The owners, Swedish couple Barbara Bergman and Klas Kall, opened the store in 2007 promising to never stock anything they wouldn’t have in their own home. Between them, the couple specialise in creating a “relaxed elegance” in the home.

Casa Lima

Marc Kuenzle at Casa Lima takes pride in offering custom-built, Made in Mallorca wood furniture. From their workshop in Consell, arrive a beautiful range of sunbeds, tables and chairs to their 250m2 showroom in Palma. All of this furniture is custom-made to order and uses sustainable materials built to last. Alongside his in-house collection, Marc also sources product and material from Asia and Africa.

Organic Studio

Led by interior stylist Andrea Pussin and photographer husband Mauricio Fuertes, Organic Studio favours organic fabrics, natural dyes, recycled wood and natural stone. Their philosophy centres on creating scenes that make you feel at home and present with what surrounds you. For over ten years, Andrea has collaborated with leading property professionals in Mallorca and in 2016 she helped Helen Cummins with the re-design of her home in Son Vida.

Santa Catalina

Santa Catalina, although part of Palma, deserves a special mention given its number of independent furniture stores. In this area of the city you’ll find lots of smaller shops that tend to sell more bespoke furniture. You won’t find many stores that sell mass-produced items here, it’s really the place to go if you’re looking to support local artisans and find unique one-off pieces.

Santa Catalina

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Obsolete Furniture Store

Owners of Obsolete, Michael and Maria have one store in Santa Catalina and another in Valldemossa, where design icon Matthew Williamson counts himself a loyal client. Vintage furniture and objects like weathered ceramic pots and metal lawn chairs (including Michaels’s own designs) can be found at Obsolete. The couple specialise in reworking items that are imbued with a sense of history.

Santa Maria

Santa Maria might be a small rural village, but it’s home to an extensive creative network. In-keeping with the laid-back ambience in Santa Maria, you’ll find that furniture here tends to be more rustic and made for outdoor living. One-off pieces are common, where designers work hand-in-hand with local artisans. There is a strong community of German and Scandinavian residents here which has contributed to the types of furniture you’ll find.

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Villa Wesco

Replicating the tried and tested Wesco brand in Germany, Villa Wesco soon arrived to Mallorca with director Ana Lado at the helm. Their huge showroom, with leafy garden and pool, features everything from homeware to furnishings and outdoor kitchens. If you’re looking to take your al fresco cooking to the next level, their outdoor furniture can be tailored exactly to your garden or terrace area.


LivingdreamsNicole Hoch is passionate about producing environmentally-friendly furniture. Since 2015, she has been selling unique decorative items for the home as well as custom-made furniture. Tables and lounge sofas are made from recycled wood, which might come from driftwood or an old pier. Her worldly travels have inspired her designs, which originate from home country Switzerland, as well as Indonesia and Sulawesi.

Livingdreams Lifestyle Store

A browse around concept store Livingdreams is a must when in Santa Maria. This is the place to source a piece of standout furniture that will last forever.


Much like Santa Maria, this little town might not be on your radar for furniture in Mallorca, but it’s certainly worth the visit. Having attracted a good mix of expats over the years, the interior design circle in Santanyí has grown with the population. Peruse the streets on a market day and you’ll see the place explode with local produce and home-made pieces. The quirky, creative vibe in Santanyí is recommended if you’re in need of some design inspiration.

Santanyí Mallorca


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Koyo Interior at East 26

From real estate specialist Lucie Haurie, comes the unique lifestyle centre East 26. Alongside the Lucie Haurie property agency, visitors will also find the interior design section, Koyo Interior. Run by duo Carola and Jörd Brinkmöller, the store stocks a selection of indoor and outdoor furniture, which include French label Rivière Maison.

Galería Barceló

Influenced by cultures from around the world, Galería Barceló is a collector’s haven of antique pieces and quirky textiles. Since 1998, their team have prioritised individual character, producing custom-made furniture that tells a story. Antique pots, ceramic tiles and Asian statues are just some of the pieces you’ll find here.


Ask the locals where to shop for furniture, and just short of Palma, they’re likely to mention Manacor. It’s well-known on the island for being an industrious town, and over the years has been a strong contender in the design department. Despite not being an overly pretty place to do your shopping, you will find a large cluster of good furniture stores on the outskirts – many of which have been in the family for generations.

HC Top Picks in Manacor

Mobles Riera

Dating back to 1932, the impressive 2000m2 showroom at Mobles Riera is dedicated to quality design. The Riera family (now in their third generation) know a thing or two about furniture, and travel all over Europe sourcing the best products from up-and-coming designers. They are constantly moving with the times, and pride themselves on friendly service and their over 80 years of furniture know-how.


When it comes to size, Intermobel boasts one of the largest collections in store. Step into one of their showrooms in Manacor, Port Andratx and Santa Ponsa, and you’re looking at 10,000 square metres of furniture inspiration – the equivalent of one-and-a-half football pitches. The Valverde family have been in the business for years and only collaborate with Europe’s leading brands.

When you’re faced with an interior design project in Mallorca, there are so many aspects to consider and hoops to jump through. However, shopping for furniture should be the final step and the most enjoyable. Visit one of the stores in this list, consult with one of their designers, and you can be rest-assured that you’ll be getting quality service. Helen has worked with many of these stores herself on various projects and has had some good results. At Helen’s family home in Son Vida and for lifestyle photoshoots, her furniture is almost always sourced from one of the interior specialists above.

Dr. Helen Cummins is a lifestyle editor, publisher and successful entrepreneur, who has lived and worked in Palma de Mallorca for the past 20 years. She started abcMallorca.com in 2003 which has grown into one of the island’s largest websites with over 6 million visits per annum.

Her website helencummins.com is a compilation of all the things she values since moving to the island, running hc/ Digital Media and creating an idyllic life in Son Vida with her husband Georg and daughter Eva.

Slow Luxury Living is what sits at the heart of the hc/ website, which aims to inspire people to slow down and appreciate the Mediterranean lifestyle. Alongside her editorial team, Helen handpicks businesses and places that adhere to SLOW: Sustainable, Local, Organic and made with Love.