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Updated on 06/19/2018

Furniture stores provide everyday essentials and luxe designer items. From brick-and-mortar stores to online-only outlets and everything in between, today's popular furniture stores have a completely different feel from the mom-and-pop specials of years past.

The sheer amount of vendor options is almost as important as deciding between oak and walnut. Taking the time to research furniture stores before you buy can help you protect your investment and ensure you're satisfied with your purchase.

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    La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries
    Read 6348 Reviews

    Offers timeless styles from the classic to the modern. It has a vast collection of recliners, sofas, chairs, loveseats and accents in the living room, bedroom and dining room. Prices of its iconic reclining sofas start at $499.

    DirectBuy
    Read 1092 Reviews

    Features great choices for home improvement, including furniture, appliances, electronics, lighting and sports and recreational products to concierge services. Club members get access to their favorite brands at special prices.

    Guardian Protection Products
    Read 533 Reviews

    Offers protection plans that cover wood, leather and fabric components of furniture and mattresses. Also provides a selection of furniture care products to keep your furniture clean and polished with pricing starting at $12.

    Hayneedle
    Read 743 Reviews

    Enjoy shopping online by style and category for furniture and décor inside and outside your home. Fulfillment centers in California and Ohio help deliver products of over 3,000 brands, including their own, at discounted prices.

    Ashley Furniture
    Read 2423 Reviews

    Boasts a broad line of furniture and accents for the home, including the living and dining rooms, bedroom and home office.

    Wayfair
    Read 4109 Reviews

    Has an extensive online selection of all things home, from furniture and furnishings, decors and accents to pets. Offers more than 10 million home items supplied by over 10,000 partners. Pricing for sofas start at less than $300.

    Bob's Discount Furniture
    Read 1242 Reviews

    Offers a vast collection of quality furniture for the home and commercial spaces at affordable prices. Products are available at more than 100 stores in 16 states at low prices, such as a $299 offering for its Copenhagen bed.

    Jackson Furniture Industries
    Read 370 Reviews

    Designs and manufactures home furniture like sofas, reclining sofas, recliners, sectionals, lift chairs and sleepers that are comfortable and durable. Products are distributed and sold by 2,500 independent dealers in the US.

    IKEA
    Read 1142 Reviews

    Offers a wide range of well-designed functional home products at low prices to people around the world. It popularized the flat-pack or self-assembly concept that positioned the company to become an industry leader.

    Pottery Barn
    Read 871 Reviews

    An upscale home furnishing store that designs and creates elegant, luxury furniture and décor in a range of sizes and colors. It markets 5 brands of the PB line via a chain of retail stores in the US, Canada, Mexico and Australia.

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    What features matter most when buying furniture?

    Price

    For many people, how much a piece of furniture costs has a major influence on what and where to buy. Keep in mind, though, that the price of a piece or set of furniture doesn't always correlate with the furniture's quality. You may be able to find great deals on quality pieces of furniture by strategically planning when you will shop. 

    • Special offers: When buying new furnishings, look for discounts and offers. Buying several pieces at a time may qualify you for package discount. For example, when you buy a bedroom set, it might come with the bed frame, nightstand, dresser and chest of drawers, all at a single, lower price point. You may also see special offers during holidays and storewide sales.
    • Additional fees: Watch out for hidden service fees, including delivery charges, shipping and handling fees or processing fees if you're applying for store credit. If you want to match existing upholstery or order replacement cushions, there could be a fee for this type of service.
    • Quality: The quality and materials used to manufacture furniture can play an important role in pricing. For instance, solid wood pieces tend to go for more than pressboard and plastic construction. How long you intend to keep your piece of furniture and how it will be used will determine when you want to invest in a better quality piece of furniture and when it is ok to spend less on a lesser quality piece.
    • Season: Shop during the off-season to find great deals on quality items. Many furniture stores have their own sales schedule, but a general guideline is that indoor furniture is least expensive during the late spring and early summer, while outdoor furniture is least expensive during the late summer and early fall seasons.

    Selection

    Furniture shopping can be a time-consuming task. People who are unsure of exactly the style and pieces of furniture they want may want to look for a furniture store that has a large selection so they can find everything in one place. Those who have a more specific idea of what they're looking for will want to look into specialty furniture stores that match their style, taste and budget. 

    • Styles: Some stores specialize in certain decors, such as modern or traditional, and matching your preferences with the store can ensure you don't waste time while shopping. A store that caters to college students is unlikely to have full size dining room furniture, while a high end furniture manufacturer may not carry apartment-sized pieces.
    • Color choices: Sometimes a different finish can make all the difference, so look for a store that carries multiple versions of pieces in store or has samples of the different upholstery and finish options. Many furniture stores can custom order pieces of furniture to match specific shades if the color you want is not housed in their in-store inventory.
    • Construction: Modular designs can fit a variety of rooms, while solid, traditional pieces may not fit through some doorways or around tight corners. Be sure to look for a wide selection of options, so you will be able to find pieces that fit, look good and function as desired.

    Service

    Service quality can play a big role in the furniture retailer you choose. In addition to customer service, it's important to buy from a reputable company that has clean products and reliable delivery options. 

    • Bug free: Bringing a piece of furniture in the house also brings in anything living in the upholstery or packaging. This can range from paper beetles to bedbugs.
    • Timely delivery: When ordering custom or made-to-order furniture, delivery is not just a matter or shipping times. Wait times can be considerable, and a delay at the factory could set an order back weeks, if not months.
    • Customer service: Not every one is good at matching pieces and putting together a room, so a store with educated sales people can save you time and frustration when a room doesn't come together.

    Shipping options

    While not as important when shopping at brick-and-mortar stores, the available shipping options can be a major pro or con for online retailers. Even if you pick out your new couch on a showroom floor, you may still need to have your particular color choice shipped.

    • Speed: Estimated shipping times can vary from a few days to a few weeks, depending on the store and whether your choice is in stock. Wait times on imported or hand-crafted furniture are measured in months, so you may have to decide whether or not an item is worth the wait.
    • Haul away: When your new furniture is delivered, you need to figure out what to do with the old stuff. Some retailers might include free or low-cost haul away services, where they take away the old stuff for you and replace it with the new.
    • White glove service: Many furniture pieces need assembly or installation. Some retailers offer white glove service, which includes delivery and assembly, though you may be charged extra. Ask about your options when placing an order, as you may not be able to add on white glove service after your order has been processed.

    Delivery options

    Having your furniture delivered can save you time, especially if you do not have a large vehicle or the manpower to bring furniture home from the store yourself. Understanding a store's delivery options can help you narrow down the store you choose to buy from.

    • Delivery radius: Some stores only deliver within a certain number of miles, while others deliver nationwide. If ordering online, check the delivery area before spending hours shopping. If you are buying locally, this usually isn't a problem, although some stores do charge additional rates after going a certain amount of miles.
    • Curbside delivery: Delivery can mean different things to different stores. In some cases, furniture is only delivered to the curb, and you are responsible for getting it into the house. Check the terms before you finalize your purchase. You may be able to add assembly service on to your delivery order.
    • Fees: It's not unusual for furniture stores to charge extra for delivery, but prices vary widely. Some stores offer free shipping with a minimum purchase, and some items might have an extra fee based on weight.

    Flexible designs

    The birth of Pinterest and the increased interest in out of the box furniture ideas means that shoppers are often looking for very particular pieces. While you may not be able to find exactly what you want, a furniture store that offers flexible design options can help you get close.

    • Upholstery options: A different color or pattern can completely change a piece's look, and some stores let you pick from hundreds of fabric options so you can get just the right one.
    • Custom builds: If you have an awkwardly shaped space or need to accommodate the basketball player in the family, stores that offer customized sizing or custom-built designs can be a decorating lifesaver.

    What are different types of furniture stores?

    Specialty

    These stores focus on one type of furniture, although they may sometimes have a few extra pieces around the showroom. Examples include stores that specialize in office furniture or beds.

    Manufacturer branded

    These are stores that specialize in just one brand of furniture. Options may be more limited, but it's often easier to get exact matches in color or finish.

    Online

    Furniture stores that only conduct sales online can often afford to sell items at lower prices because of the reduced overhead costs. Make sure you review the return and refund policies, though, in case a piece doesn't look the same in your living room as it did on the website.

    Lifestyle

    Lifestyle furniture stores are one-stop shops where you can find everything from beds and tables to linens and lamps. These are a good bet if you're looking for decor in addition to main furniture pieces for your home.

    Who shops at furniture stores?

    DIYers

    This customer group may be looking for used or unfinished pieces they can make their own or easily "hackable" items like bookcases or dressers that can be used in nontraditional ways. Lifestyle furniture stores often appeal to this group.

    Cost-savvy shoppers

    This shopper is looking for a bargain, even if that means picking up a table that doesn't have matching chairs or taking an orange couch because it's $100 off. The scratch-and-dent section is the cost-savvy shopper's best friend.

    Interior designers

    These customers know exactly what they want and where to find it. They have confidence in their abilities to find just the right piece for a space and may prefer local furniture stores or online outlets that offer business discounts.

    Luxury buyers

    Luxury buyers consider their furniture an investment and are looking for solid wood and leather pieces that will stand the test of time. This demographic may also be more likely to shop at stores that offer extended warranties, cleaning or service plans.

    What do the experts have to say about different furniture stores?

    Cymax Stores USA

    Established in 2004 with a focus on audio-visual furniture, Cymax has expanded into home, office and outdoor offerings, now with more than 75,000 unique SKUs. Cymax is a fast growing, online only furniture retailer with current sales in excess of 100 million dollars annually.

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    La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries

    La-Z-Boy Furniture gained its fame through its signature piece, the recliner, in 1928. Over the past century the company has expanded and grown. It now includes offerings from tables and sectional sofas to spas and hot tubs. 

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    Hayneedle

    Launched in 2002 as hammocks.com, Hayneedle has expanded substantially, and it is now one of the largest online retailers of home furnishings, home décor and home office furniture. It is headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska with fulfillment centers in California and Ohio. Hayneedle offers millions of products from more than 3,000 brands, including their own in-house designs.

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    Arizona Leather Furniture

    Arizona Leather Interiors is one of the nation’s largest specialty leather furniture stores, with retail stores in Arizona, California and Oklahoma. They feature sofas and chairs available in over 40 leather finishes, and also offer many other pieces of furniture such as ottomans, barstools and ergonomic desk chairs.

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    Jackson Furniture Industries

    Jackson Furniture Industries was founded in 1933 and continues to manufacture furniture in the United States. With six factories and more than 1,500 employees, Jackson Furniture Industries is committed to quality furniture at reasonable prices.

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    GBS Warranty Services

    GBS provides mattress and furniture protection services to over 200 mattress and furniture retailers across the United States. The company also manufactures sleep products under the brand names of Healthy Sleep Cool-Tech and Healthy Sleep Ultra-Tech, which include temperature regulating blankets, pillows, sheets and mattress protectors. GBS offers three levels of furniture protection plans: premium, premium with power, and premium with power, mechanisms and frames.

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    DirectBuy

    DirectBuy is a membership online furniture store that uses concierge-style consultants to make sure you find exactly what you’re looking for. Shop hundreds of brands for accent, bedroom, home entertainment, home office, infant and living room furniture. Additionally, you can browse multiple brands of appliances, electronics, flooring and more.

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    Huffman Koos

    Huffman Koos has made a name for itself as one of the best in the business since the store opened its doors in 1961. It offers high-quality furnishings to discriminating shoppers. In 2017, it underwent rebranding and renovation and closed several stores. Check the website to find information on which locations are open. 

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    Wayfair

    Wayfair started in 2002 and is now a major e-commerce website selling home furnishings, decor and office furniture. It sells over seven million home furnishing products from over 7,000 suppliers across five distinct brands. Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, Wayfair operates across North America and in Europe, delivering a variety of styles at every price point.

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    Guardian Protection Products

    Guardian Protection Products was founded in 1977 and is owned by RPM International Inc., which produces specialty coatings and sealants. Guardian offers furniture protection plans in addition to several furniture protection products for consumers.

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    Simplicity Sofas

    Simplicity Sofas sells quality sofas, loveseats, chairs and ottomans designed to fit in small spaces and through small entryways, doors and hallways. The company opened its first factory in 2007 in North Carolina. Since then, the company has outgrown its first factory and now operates a larger factory near the same location.

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    Jennifer Convertibles

    Founded in 1975 and based in Woodbury, New York, Jennifer Furniture has locations in New York, New Jersey, Conneticut, Maryland and Virginia. They have an extensive online store, so consumers can shop Jennifer Furniture from anywhere in the country. They offer consumers stylish, affordable furniture, and they are best known for their sofa beds.

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    IKEA

    IKEA has gained a cult following thanks to its affordable pricing and multifunctional pieces. The company is continuing to franchise locations, and there are entire websites that are devoted to how to use IKEA furniture in your home.

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    Ashley Furniture

    Founded in 1945, Ashley Furniture became an industry leader in 1970 when its first plant opened in Wisconsin. The plant started with 35 employees, and the brand has since grown to include stores in more than 120 countries.

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    Williams-Sonoma

    Founded in 1956, the company is most well known for its culinary offerings, but Williams-Sonoma branched out into home furnishings with great success. It has everything you need for almost every room in your home.

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    Raymour & Flanigan Furniture

    With more than 60 years in the furniture business, Raymour & Flanigan began in Syracuse, New York. It is known for its large selection and affordable prices.

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    American Signature Furniture

    American Signature Furniture stores are concentrated mainly in the Eastern half of the country. The company offers traditional furnishings, as well as home decor accessories and outdoor furniture.

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    Restoration Hardware

    Restoration Hardware prides itself on being at the cutting edge of trends and technology in the furniture industry. The company mainly caters to luxury buyers offering a curated collection of historical reproductions and updated classics.

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    Ethan Allen

    For more than 80 years, Ethan Allen has been meeting the needs of furniture shoppers around the country. This company specializes in bringing high-end quality to the masses.

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    Brass & Burl

    Founded by husband-and-wife team, Emily and Adam Young, Brass & Burl is a New York-based retailer specializing in a curated mix of antique and modern home décor and furniture, including bedroom, living room, dining room, office and outdoor furniture. The company also sells decorative accessories, such as wall art, mirrors, rugs and vases, from some of the world's largest and best known brands. Brass & Burl sells its products through its showroom and online store, and offers free shipping to customers throughout the United States and Canada.

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    Compare Reviews for Top Furniture Stores

    Rooms to Go
    Read 1809 Reviews

    Offers an opportunity to shop online for furniture and furnishings in room setting fashion. It showcases elegantly packaged products under popular specialty brands at affordable prices at 150 stores and showrooms.

    Aaron Rents
    Read 877 Reviews

    The lease-to-own offer is an enticing feature that lets customers enjoy comfort without breaking the bank. Featured items are traditional and contemporary furniture, functional appliances, electronics and recreational items.

    West Elm
    Read 141 Reviews

    Offers home furniture and furnishing choices that strike a balance between aesthetics and affordability. Products are handcrafted from organic and sustainable materials. Pricing of a Stella Mid-Century Loveseat starts at $799.

    Raymour & Flanigan Furniture
    Read 466 Reviews

    Offers free design service to craft furniture in a style that matches your needs, taste and budget. It is one of the largest furniture retailers serving the Northeastern US with an extensive catalog and significant Web presence.

    Williams-Sonoma
    Read 210 Reviews

    Features an extensive selection of quality kitchenware from elegant tabletops and exquisite pots and pans to BBQ sauces and rubs. It has partnered with popular brands to make shopping in style at its 230 stores a reality.

    Rent-A-Center
    Read 1028 Reviews

    Shop for furniture, appliances, computers and electronics by brand with flexible rent-to-own options at more than 3,000 stores operating in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.

    Nebraska Furniture Mart
    Read 171 Reviews

    Sells furniture, grills, exercise equipment and more. Partners with more than 5,000 suppliers and delivers to 47 states. Their low-price guarantee refunds 110 percent of the purchase price if you find a lower price elsewhere.

    Macy's - Furniture
    Read 513 Reviews

    Features dining room sets, home décor and lighting, kitchen appliances and accessories, kitchenware and tableware, bed and bath essentials under hundreds of brands. Prices for Martha Stewart comforter sets range from $50 to $240.

    Cymax Stores USA
    Read 1777 Reviews

    One of the largest online furniture stores featuring living room sofas and sectionals, kitchen and dining furniture and office desks, chairs, tables and cabinets. A Lifestyle Solutions Hartford Microfiber Loveseat sells for $375.

    American Signature Furniture
    Read 172 Reviews

    American Signature Furniture has been in business since 1948, and they sell furniture in the eastern part of the United States. The company has furniture available for living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, nurseries and patios.

    Value City Furniture
    Read 254 Reviews

    Value City Furniture offers indoor and outdoor furniture, along with free shipping on products. Financing options include the Value Plus card, and the Easy Pass enables customers to start shopping online and finish in a store.

    Mathis Brothers Furniture Stores
    Read 35 Reviews

    Mathis Brothers Furniture Stores sell all types of furniture from brands like Broyhill, La-Z-Boy, Tempur-Pedic and many more. Most locations are adjacent to a warehouse, so customers can immediately pick up their purchases.

    Badcock Home Furniture and More
    Read 203 Reviews

    Badcock Home Furniture and More carries edgy, modern-inspired furniture for every room in the house and for the office. Badcock products feature extra embellishments and design elements that add enhanced visual impact to a room.

    Restoration Hardware
    Read 349 Reviews

    Restoration Hardware is a home goods retail chain headquartered in California. It is known for hardware and fixtures but also offers bedding, curtains, rugs and more. Its products are sold online, in retail stores and by catalog.

    Havertys Furniture
    Read 172 Reviews

    Havertys, with stores in the southeastern U.S., has a website offering reviews for each piece in a collection, and customers can view information by date and other criteria. The website also features 2-D and 3-D room planners.

    AllModern
    Read 31 Reviews

    Online furniture retailer, AllModern launched in 2006 and sells modern-style furniture for all rooms. They frequently offer sales. AllModern ships to all 50 states and Canadian territories, and orders over $49 ship for free.

    Brass & Burl
    Read 10 Reviews

    Headquartered in New York, Brass & Burl specializes in high-end furniture and décor. All offerings at the retailer's showroom and warehouse in New Jersey are handpicked by an in-house team of interior designers and decorators.

    Kane's Furniture
    Read 477 Reviews

    Kanes Furniture is a furniture company that is focused on creating products with great value and style. Kanes sells low-cost furniture in 18 Florida locations for living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms, offices and more.

    Jennifer Convertibles
    Read 905 Reviews

    Offers a wide range of essentials and accessories for every room in the home at low prices online or in-store. They also have clearance centers in New York and New Jersey. Financing is available.

    City Furniture
    Read 235 Reviews

    City Furniture was opened in 1989, and they are currently a green-focused furniture company. Today, they sell a range of furniture products, including pieces for living rooms, entertainment centers and home offices.

    GBS Warranty Services
    Read 18 Reviews

    This furniture and mattress protection company works with retailers across the US to provide three tiers of furniture protection plans along with protection for adjustable beds, area rugs and outdoor furniture.

    The Room Place
    Read 120 Reviews

    The RoomPlace, serving Chicago and Indianapolis, helps consumers discover their preferences by showing furniture in four general categories: casual contemporary, tried-and-true traditional, comfortable country and chic modern.

    Farmers Furniture
    Read 126 Reviews

    Farmers Home Furnishings offers casual contemporary furniture for the living room, bedroom, dining room and kitchen. Farmers' also carries outdoor furniture, appliances and decorating accessories that enhance family-time at home.

    Ethan Allen
    Read 387 Reviews

    Ethan Allen is an American home goods company founded in 1932 and specializing in furniture, decor, gifts, bedding, lighting and more. Customers can shop online or at any of its 300+ retail stores.

    England Furniture
    Read 26 Reviews

    Headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., England Furniture is a manufacturer of furniture. They were acquired by La-Z-Boy in 1995, and now England Furniture distributes their products to retailers across the United States.

    Bassett Furniture Direct
    Read 290 Reviews

    Bassett Furniture is one of the largest furniture companies nationwide. The company is known for manufacturing and selling handcrafted furniture products, and they have been making high quality furniture for more than 100 years.

    Crate and Barrel
    Read 67 Reviews

    Crate and Barrel is an indoor and outdoor home furnishing retailer that focuses on unique designs. It began as a family business in 1962 and has since grown into one of the largest online furniture retailers in the world.

    Hampton Bay Patio Furniture
    Read 495 Reviews

    Hampton Bay patio furniture styles include wicker and pieces are coated for weather resistance. Sets come in a variety of arrangements, such as the three-piece patio bistro set and the seven-piece Eastham patio dining set.

    Klaussner Furniture
    Read 45 Reviews

    Klaussner Furniture offers a line-up of upscale seating, bedroom furniture, dining room furniture and sleeper sofas. Klaussner upholstery coverings provide an elegant flair that looks great in a beach house or a chic condo.

    Regency Furniture
    Read 44 Reviews

    Regency Furniture has seven retail stores across the Maryland, D.C., and Northern Virginia area where customers can shop for home furniture. The business also sells pieces that are intended to outfit home offices.

    Arizona Leather Furniture
    Read 49 Reviews

    Headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Arizona Leather Furniture is one America's biggest specialty leather furniture companies. They offer a wide selection of leather furniture, including chairs, sofas, sleepers and accent pieces.

    Huffman Koos
    Read 422 Reviews

    Huffman Koos has been in business in the New York area since 1961. The company has locations throughout the east coast, and is known for selling furniture sets for bedrooms, living rooms, dining rooms and entertainment areas.

    Courtyard Creations
    Read 99 Reviews

    Courtyard Creations, headquartered in Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada, sells patio equipment, swings and patio supplies. It also sells warranties and replacement parts, such as lounge cushions and pillows for patio furniture.

    Slumberland Furniture
    Read 81 Reviews

    Slumberland Furniture is a furniture store that was founded in 1967 in Richfield, MN. The company is known for its comprehensive mattress selection, which includes brand names like Sealy and Tempur-Pedic.

    Thomasville Furniture
    Read 92 Reviews

    Thomasville manufactures classically-styled upscale furniture that adds an elegant flair throughout the home. The company offers chic living room, dining room, bedroom and office furniture, plus lighting and cabinetry products.

    Furnitureland South
    Read 80 Reviews

    Furnitureland South, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has the world's largest furniture store at more than a million square feet. Design consultants and the store's website help customers narrow down their choices.

    Modern Line Furniture
    Read 19 Reviews

    Modern Line Furniture keeps its entire inventory in its 65,000 square foot warehouse in New Jersey. Among its services are custom designs for individuals and big companies, and its customer support staff speaks Spanish.

    Martha Stewart Outdoor Furniture
    Read 1622 Reviews

    Martha Stewart Outdoor Furniture brings a comfortable touch to outdoor areas with nature-inspired earthy tones. The furniture creates a durable, relaxing backdrop for backyard cookouts and evening get-togethers.

    American Furniture Galleries
    Read 37 Reviews

    American Furniture Galleries serves northern California in four locations. The company offers financing for up to 5,000 dollars and sells living room furniture, bedroom furniture, kids furniture and home office furniture.

    Simplicity Sofas
    Read 79 Reviews

    Hand-crafted in High Point, NC. We specialize in Furniture for Small Spaces. Our solid oak frame American sofas, sleepers, sectionals, recliners fit thru narrow doors & stairways where no other furniture can go. Ships nationwide.

    Route 110 Home Furnishings
    Read 27 Reviews

    One Ten Home Furnishings in Farmingdale, New York, features a 30,000 square foot showroom. It sells furniture for every room and works with only a few retailers so it can order large quantities of furniture at lower prices.

    Marlo Furniture
    Read 137 Reviews

    Marlo offers furniture that adds a traditional flair and an upscale summer-home feeling to a room. In addition to wooden and upholstered furniture, Marlo carries elegant accent pieces, such as rugs, lamps and wall art.

    UV3 MasterGuard
    Read 27 Reviews

    UV3 Masterguard sells furniture care products such as fabric protection, stainless steel cleaner and wood care kits. It upgrades its products nearly every year and partners with retailers to offer coverage plans.

    Broyhill
    Read 131 Reviews

    Broyhill carries casual-contemporary furniture for the living room, dining room and bedroom. They also offer customers the option to design their own furniture. Classically styled Broyhill pieces blend into most decor styles.

    Beck's Furniture
    Read 29 Reviews

    Beck's Furniture, based in northern California, provides price matching within 30 days of a purchase. The company works with more than 40 manufacturers to sell living room furniture, bedroom furniture and dining room furniture.

    Chair King Furniture
    Read 9 Reviews

    Chair King is a furniture vendor that specializes in outdoor and patio furniture. It was founded in Houston in 1950 and has since expanded by having showrooms in the San Antonio, Austin and Dallas – Fort Worth areas.

    Colortyme Rent-To-Own
    Read 21 Reviews

    ColorTyme deals in rent-to-own furniture. Its return policy enables customers to return products at any time and stop payments with no penalty. They can resume payments later. Delivery, installation and servicing are offered free.

    Cook Brothers Furniture
    Read 5 Reviews

    Founded in 1947, Cook Brothers is a store that has been providing goods to Chicago consumers at warehouse prices. Their selection of furniture includes popular brands, and there are financing options available.

    Lacks Furniture
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    Lacks Furniture is a Texas-based furniture outlet with at 10 showrooms across the state. They offer a best price guarantee on their industry as well as credit, delivery and consultation services to consumers.

    Logan Furniture
    Read 11 Reviews

    Logan Furniture features free layaway and four locations in the Boston area, each with new styles, original designs, art, rugs, accessories and more. The centrally located warehouse helps ensure that furniture is always in stock.

    Stainsafe
    Read 66 Reviews

    Balta Broadloom sells Stainsafe carpets, which are soft, durable and stain proof. The carpets are not treated with chemicals and have fibers that reject moisture. The company offers extended warranties running from 10 to 20 years.

    Berkline Furnishings
    Read 7 Reviews
    Out of Business

    Berkline Furnishings, owned by Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc., is a company that is known for making living room furniture. They make high-quality sofas and chairs, in addition to other stylish living room pieces.

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