El Dorado Living Room Sets

El Dorado Living Room Sets

Up to this point, I’ve seen the big box store from the freeway. It’s mostly in the context of, “Oh. Yeah, my mom bought her furniture from El Dorado.” Being Chinese, I try to relate my hardest to what a Cuban family living room would look like: 1970s couch and a display case with polished brass to house a bunch of crystalline animal figures with fake bull horns to sit on top of husk of a mid-90s television.
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El Dorado Living Room Sets

Like IKEA, sections were divided into showrooms so you could see walk around the room and see how this furniture would adapt to your everyday life. It’s just that in El Dorado, that everyday life would probably involve less cooking or sleeping or chores, and more doing a mountain of cocaine while embezzling funds from a developing country.
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El Dorado Living Room Sets

As someone not originally from Miami and here for the first time, let me tell you: El Dorado is not a furniture store, it’s an experience. I don’t know if it’s a furniture buying experience, but it’s something, and I’m going to spend the next couple of paragraphs doing my best to explain all of its magic and wonder.
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El Dorado Living Room Sets

There are many, many parts to this place. The first section is what I assume greets any new person to El Dorado Furniture: an all-peach showroom with bedazzled fucking everything – bedazzled white vanity, bedazzled white scallop headboard made from actual white scallops — the Mandelbrot Fractal of Miami beds —  and a bedside lamp that may have doubled as a disco ball or a chandelier.

El Dorado Living Room Sets

El Dorado Living Room Sets
El Dorado Living Room Sets
El Dorado Living Room Sets

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