Below is a list of the top and leading Furniture Stores in Gold Coast. To help you find the best Furniture Stores located near you in Gold Coast, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Gold Coast’s Best Furniture Stores:
The top rated Furniture Stores in Gold Coast are:
- Furniture N’ More Superstore
- Village Stores
- The Liquidator Furniture Outlet
Furniture N’ More Superstore
Furniture N’ More Superstore is the largest family-owned and operated furniture store on the Gold Coast. The Russell boys moved there in 1997, but their experience in furniture spans the past 30 years. This is evident in their unique recipe for success. Their growth in this industry is attributed to their reputation for doing all they can for their customers and ultimately creating a relaxed, no-fuss experience which people appreciate in such a laid-back city as the Gold Coast.
From the street, the two Furniture N More Super Showroom warehouses appear deceiving. But when customers enter the front doors, customers are greeted by their friendly, no-commission, no-pressure approach. Customers will be completely overwhelmed by the massive range from which customers have to choose. They have the most extensive range of furniture on the coast with over two football fields of furniture ready to go today right off the floor. Customers can also get furniture packed in a box if that’s more suitable. They have all types of furniture for the lounge room, dining room, bedroom, home office and outdoor areas of customer’s home.
Lounge, Outdoor Furnitures, Bedding, Office & Storage, Dining, Barstools, Entertainment
“A huge showroom with a great variety of furniture, the Australian Made sofa’s are second to none with lots of options. A local business worth a visit.” – John Leebeek
Village Stores are the home of beautiful, curated decor and furniture sourced from all over the world. Inspired by an intrinsic love of travel, the Village brand focuses strongly on skilled artisans and the rich cultural significance their works carry – from reclaimed timber dining tables to hand-carved totems from Cameroon.
They work closely with Australian and international wholesalers and retailers, with an emphasis on forging strong and creatively fulfilling inter-brand relationships. The brand possesses a conscious ethical mindset, with pieces sourced through fair trade and sustainable avenues.
In addition to the stores themselves, their own Village ‘tribe’ are extensions of their brand and provide a professional yet engaging and personal shopping experience. Since 2009 they have had the pleasure of inviting their vision into their customers home and they could not be more grateful.
Beds, Buffets, Consoles, Cabinets, Coffee and Side Tables, Dining Tables, Sofas, Chairs, Lightning, Decors, Textile, Photographic Prints, Recycled Canvas Prints
“Great selection of furniture and the customer service is excellent!” – Honey W.
The Liquidator Furniture Outlet
The Liquidator Furniture Outlet offers their customers a point of difference, they don’t keep the same old products customers see elsewhere, in fact they go out of their way to find unique products at great, low prices for customers.
They sell Only brand new furniture and have new containers arriving every week at their 2 locations – 219 Brisbane Road, Biggera Waters, Gold Coast and 266 Robinson Road, Geebung, Brisbane.
Their buying process is simple – first in, first served. The Liquidator Furniture Outlet keep the purchasing process as easy as possible. Cash and Carry or utilise EFTPOS and now they offer no interest ever payment plans via Certegy Ezi-Pay.
Lounge Suites, Dinning Furniture, Bedroom Furniture, Mattresses, Occasional Chairs & Furniture, Outdoor Furniture, Bean Bags
“I was looking for a lounge suite, what a great variety of colours , shapes and sizes they had it all, staff great especially a lady by the name of Cathy so helpful, I brought a great lounge and Cathy showed me some great cushions to go with the lounge, very happy with the service highly recommend.” – Candice Germaine
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