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Best North Carolina Furniture Stores

Posted by villa (My Page) on
Tue, May 31, 11 at 0:25

Hi all, some of the furniture retailers I used to buy from in North Carolina (Safriet-Samcraft and Rose Furniture) appear to have closed. I am interested in purchasing some leather chairs and wondered what store you would recommend to deal with now. I am looking for brands like Bradington-Young, Hancock and Moore, Leathercraft, etc. Thanks in advance for your assistance...


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RE: Best North Carolina Furniture Stores

Bump this post - also interested in recommended North Carolina furniture stores for discount pricing on Hancock & Moore, Leathercraft, Hickory Chair,etc for leather lounge/club chairs. Thanks


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RE: Best North Carolina Furniture Stores

Look at the websites online. Try searching for NC Furniture, discount furniture, etc. You may want to try entering the manufacturer name also. Then you just call with the manufacturer, item numbers, leather numbers, etc & get quotes. Make sure they take credit cards as payment as you can always dispute with your credit card company if you do not receive your furniture but if you pay by check or money order you are stuck.


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I definitely check out Hancock and Moore especially for leather their quality and knowledge is far more than I have seen in this area other than them Bradington-Young would be the other I would look at. If I wanted quality fabric flow match furniture I would be looking at Sherrill's Furniture they are the best!


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RE: Best North Carolina Furniture Stores

I too used to order from Rose furniture. In the past couple years I have used Furnitureland South and Hickory Park Furniture, depending on the brand I was shopping for.


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