This furniture arrives mostly assembled. Includes: 1 x Audio Pier Cabinet – LSF 1 x Audio Pier Cabinet – RSF 1 x Lay On Light Bridge with Expandable Shelf 1 x TV Stand Features: Base with 2 doors and adjustable shelves Bridge with expandable shelf to 60 inch Dimensions: Left Side Pier: 27″ x 17″ x x Read more »
The high-quality craftsmanship and styling of Thomasville furniture has made it from inside the home to outdoor living spaces. This spring, the company introduced two lines of outdoor furniture with the durability to handle the elements. Both are available at Home Depot and www.homedepot.com.
The Nature’s Retreat line (pictured) is made from hardy eucalyptus wood with an espresso finish and all-weather wicker.
The Summer Silhouette collection has a slightly more contemporary look, with cool gray upholstery and a rustproof aluminum frame with slate patina finish.
Each collection includes weather-resistant cushions and offers a seven-piece dining set, chaise, side table and umbrella. Nature’s Retreat also is available as a seating set with four lounge chairs, two bridge tables and a coffee table, or as a half-set with two chairs and a bridge table. Summer Silhouette includes a sectional sofa with ottoman.
Prices range from $99 for side tables to $999 for large seating and dining room sets.
Trevor Webb found something worth admiring at the furniture show here: nail holes, scuffs and dents.
“It’s pretty cool, isn’t it?” asked Webb, admiring a massive wood table made by his Van Nuys, Calif.-based furniture company Urban Woods LLC. “You wouldn’t know this is reclaimed wood from soundstages and old buildings in California unless you look closely.” Read more »
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The slump in the housing industry is knocking the stuffing out of furniture sales, merchants and analysts say.
A recent casualty is Domain, an upscale regional chain that is liquidating all 27 stores, including its showroom at the Promenade at Sagemore in Marlton.
“In the past year or so we’ve lost Levitz, Storehouse and Bombay Co.,” said Jerry Epperson, furniture industry analyst at Mann Armistead & Epperson in Richmond, Va. “It’s a very challenging time for the business.”
In a recent poll of dealers by Furniture World, a New Rochelle, N.Y.-based trade publication, 70 percent of retailers said orders were down. Read more »
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Cleanup at the Ashley Furniture HomeStore, which was destroyed in a Nov. 5 fire, should begin within 10 days.
â€œRight now we have three builders giving us bids on rebuilding on that location,â€ said Thom Medford, a managing partner with Ashley. â€œItâ€™s our plan to rebuild at this point.â€
Medford said the owners hope to reopen by yearâ€™s end. Ashley continues to operate its Airport Road store and its Extreme Value Center at the former Deal car dealership on Merrimon Avenue. Read more »
Ikea-fanatics take note: Construction of the iconic home furnishing retailer’s first Ohio store here is about two-thirds complete, paving the way for its planned spring opening.
An opening date for Ikea’s 34th U.S. store hasn’t been set. But spokesman Joseph Roth said Tuesday construction of the 344,000-square-foot blue and yellow store off Muhlhauser and Allen roads should be finished in January.
That will allow Ikea employees to begin a two-to-three month “build-out” period to install storage racks, finish the store’s 50 different room settings and stock the 10,000 different items – from meatballs to sofas – that each Ikea store carries. Read more »
New orders fell less than 1/2 of 1 percent in July 2007 compared to July 2006, according to a recent survey of furniture manufacturers and distributors by Furniture World, a trade publication.
This was the lowest decline since June 2006, when orders were flat compared to June 2005. Read more »
MONROE – Clayton Marcus, the last of three furniture units put on the selling block this year by La-Z-Boy Inc., has been sold to Rowe Fine Furniture Inc.
The sale of the upholstered furniture subsidiary was announced yesterday by La-Z-Boy, one of the nation’s largest furniture makers, and Rowe. The purchase price wasn’t disclosed.
Clayton Marcus, a maker of medium to upper-priced upholstered furniture, didn’t fit into the long-term strategy in the operations of the $1.6 billion a year Monroe firm, Kurt Darrow, president and chief executive officer of La-Z-Boy, said in a statement.
The deal follows last week’s announcement of the sale of Pennsylvania House by La-Z-Boy to Universal Furniture, with no disclosed price. Plans to sell the two furniture units and Sam Moore, a manufacturer of upscale upholstered chairs, were made known in February by the company. Read more »
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Ashley Furniture, One of the nation’s leading furniture manufacturers and retailers will enter the Clarksville market in early 2008, company officials have confirmed.
Ashley Furniture is planning to build a 42,000-square-foot store and warehouse near Exit 4 of Interstate 24, across from Cracker Barrel restaurant.
A Sam’s Wholesale Club already is located in that vicinity and a Hilton Garden Inn hotel is coming to that area next summer.
Jim Spencer, of Tupelo, Miss.-based Spencer Enterprises Inc., a licensee for Ashley Furniture, told The Leaf-Chronicle he looks forward to expanding into the Clarksville market with the first Ashley store. It’s expected to open for business in February 2008. Read more »
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The nationwide Ashley Furniture chain is planning to build a 42,000-square-foot store and warehouse near Exit 4 of Interstate 24, across from Cracker Barrel restaurant.
A Samâ€™s Wholesale Club is already located in that vicinity, and a Hilton Garden Inn hotel is coming to that area of the city next summer.
Jim Spencer, of Tupelo, Miss.-based Spencer Enterprises, Inc., a licensee for Ashley Furniture, told The Leaf-Chronicle he looks forward to expanding into the Clarksville market with the first Ashley store. The $6 million store is expected to open for business in February 2008. Read more »