The shop has a good selection of products available in stock or to order. The staff speak English and Spanish, they are very friendly and will help source whatever you need for your home if it is not available to take away.
Items you will find available to take away include bedding, curtains, cushions, pictures, ornaments, potted plants and small household electrical’s such as kettles, irons and toasters. Kitchen white goods and microwave overs are are available individually or as part of furniture packs.
Although the store has a selection of large indoor household furniture such as sofas, beds and lounge or bedroom furniture, most people will probably want something different to what is on offer. Paco Molina has a large collection of brochures from which they can source many wonderful collections of beautiful modern or classic furniture. Simply as the staff about what you need and they will assist in finding suitable products.
In addition to household furniture, Paco Molina stock some outside furniture such as rattan tables and chairs, rattan sofa sets, swing chairs and aluminium dining sets. Again, they carry brochures offering an extensive range of top branded outside furniture that can be ordered and delivered to your home.
Furniture packs are available for those new owners who are setting up an apartment or villa from scratch or looking for a complete refresh. A furniture pack starts from 1999 euros and will typically include soft furnishings, lounge furniture, beds, bedding and bedroom furniture, kitchen appliances and all white goods such as washing machine, fridge freezer and dishwasher, if required.
Almost all furniture bought from Paco Molina comes ready assembled, not flat packed, and is delivered straight to your home. This is very convenient if you do not have transport for large items.
Paco Molina also offer additional enhancements to your property such as awnings, air conditioning, fly screens, gates, aluminium works and enclosures.
It’s worth mentioning that although Paco Molina is usually open all year round, opening hours are shorter in winter months and it would be best to call and check ahead to be sure. And as with most other furniture shops in Spain, manufacturing shuts down for the August holidays so it is harder to place furniture orders during that period.