Northeast USA Furniture

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Donghia, New York State
  979 Third Avenue, suite 613 - New York, NY              
Donghia is a privately owned furniture and textile company, founded by Angelo Donghia who, in his brief lifetime, established the high standards which have become the company’s hallmark. Donghia’s uniquely focused look is achieved through classically inspired yet distinctly modern product. Sold worldwide (in the USA, to the trade only), Donghia presents “American design” at its best.
Donghia furniture ranges from upholstered sofas, chairs and beds to tables, casepieces, wicker and teak. Original Donghia designed accessories include lamps, mirrors and vessels hand made by Venetian craftsmen.
Donghia furniture combines both glamour and simplicity while successfully bridging the gap between contemporary and traditional design. Pieces within the collection work to complement each other as well as period antiques and exotic artifacts—their chameleon-like nature allowing them to fit seamlessly into any design vocabulary. The company’s designs continue to evolve through a series of design collaborations. These partnerships address new design visions that are equally at home with Donghia classics, antique pieces, contemporary design objets, or one-of-a-kind handcrafted designs.
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All Brands Furniture, New Jersey
  353 Route 46 West - Rockaway, NJ              
Brand furniture for less.
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Karl Kemp, New York State
  34 & 36 East 10th Street - New York, NY              
When asked about his earliest antique acquisition, Karl Kemp replies, "It was a Biedermeier chair, which I purchased at my mother's suggestion. I was only 20 or 21 years old, but I bought it myself."
Kemp's mother, a woman of great taste and education, was also a fine collector of antiques. From their home in Cologne, Germany, she instilled in him an appreciation for the Neo-Classical decorative arts of the early 19th Century. Her guidance ultimately lead to Kemp to study the finer points of art history and architecture.
Ironically, Mr. Kemp did not immediately pursue his presnt vocation. his professional goals brought him to New York City in the early 1970's, where he held the position of Chief of Acquisitons at The Brooklyn Public Library.
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ThisIsAuto.com, New York State
  805 Washington Street - New York, NY              
thisisauto.com, the online shop for auto, a store located in New York City's meatpacking district and co-owned by husband and wife Renata Bokalo and Roman Luba. Open since September 1999, auto is a colorful multibrand lifestyle shop that sells design-driven home, fashion and baby accessories, bedding, fine jewelry, furniture, books, art and gift items. auto's meticulously edited and ever-evolving collection of merchandise has been critically acclaimed by designers, editors, and most importantly by loyal design-savvy customers. It is the place they come to buy something special for everyone. We welcome and appreciate your feedback.
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Door Store, New York State
  1 Park Avenue at 33rd St. - New York, NY
             
In 1953, two sisters from Cincinnati, Ohio came to New York City seeking adventure. Annie and Martha came up with the idea of making furniture out of various "parts". With flush doors and different sized legs they built dining tables, coffee tables, beds, sofas, room dividers, shelving, benches, and more.
These new creations were put on display in their first store, located in a brownstone on 51st Street and 3rd Avenue, which they named "Furniture in Parts". Annie and Martha lived just above their store and put all their energies into their new business.
Their hard work paid off when an editor from 'Look' magazine took notice of their novel approach to furniture and design. He wrote an article, accompanied with photos, all about their unique concept. It was in this 'Look' magazine article that their store "Furniture in Parts" was appropriately nick-named "Door Store". The article drew so much attention that several more newspaper and magazine stories followed. The sisters even appeared on national TV on Arlene Francis' morning show! http://www.doorstorefurniture.com
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Domain Home, New York State
  1179 Third Avenue - New York, NY
             
Most people associate the name Aga with good food and fine living. And although it’s often thought of as quintessentially British, the Aga actually began life in Sweden. The celebrated cooker found in 750,000 households worldwide was invented by Dr Gustav Dalén, a blind Nobel Prize-winning physicist. Appalled that his wife and their maid had to constantly tend to their old-fashioned range, Dalén set out to design a modern cooker that would look after itself. It’s unlikely Dalén could have predicted that his invention would go on to be widely acclaimed as a design icon, but it has. In the year 2000, the BBC published a retrospective of the 20th Century highlighting what it considered to be the top three design icons: first was the Coca-Cola® contour bottle, second was the VW™ Bug and third was the Aga cooker.
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Murphy Bed Create-a-Space, New York State
  336 East 54th Street - Manhattan - New York, NY              
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For almost 20 years, the "Murphy Bed Center" has been breaking the design barrier by dedicating its focus on designing, and improving the concept of the Murphy Bed. We have been on the forefront of product development. Our designers have created a collection of original designs using the latest technology. Our company designs, builds, sells, and distributes our most exciting product line of cabinetry and bed mechanisms all over the world.
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Mike's Furniture Store, New York State
  254 West 88th Street - New York, NY              
Mike's Furniture Store is a furniture store with ready-made pieces, finished or unfinished. There are many colors of products for you to choose from with our color matching chart. Custom made furniture is also available if you bring in a sketch of what it is you want. We will then attempt to build it. Moldings are available to add onto anything you may already have.
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Thomasville Home Furnishings, New Jersey
  179 Route 46 West at Franklin Plaza - Rockaway, NJ              
The back room furniture outlet. Here you can find merchandise that is discontinued, slightly imperfect and floor samples available for sale up to 75% off Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Pricing. New merchandise weekly.
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Raymour & Flanigan Furniture, New Jersey
  79 Route 73 - Voorhees, NJ              
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"Your home is your haven and reflection of your life—your memorable experiences for family and friends—and the place you most cherish. Raymour & Flanigan® is committed to helping you achieve your dream of home and express your unique style. Whether you’re furnishing an entire room or simply adding an accent piece for visual flair, we have something to suit every room, every taste and every budget. From classic to contemporary—and everything in between—you’ll find furniture you’re looking for at a price that’s just as appealing."
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Raymour & Flanigan Furniture, New Jersey
  1314 US Highway 22 - Phillipsburg, NJ              
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"Your home is your haven and reflection of your life—your memorable experiences for family and friends—and the place you most cherish. Raymour & Flanigan® is committed to helping you achieve your dream of home and express your unique style. Whether you’re furnishing an entire room or simply adding an accent piece for visual flair, we have something to suit every room, every taste and every budget. From classic to contemporary—and everything in between—you’ll find furniture you’re looking for at a price that’s just as appealing."
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Raymour & Flanigan Furniture, New Jersey
  1450 Clements Bridge Road - Deptford, NJ              
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"Your home is your haven and reflection of your life—your memorable experiences for family and friends—and the place you most cherish. Raymour & Flanigan® is committed to helping you achieve your dream of home and express your unique style. Whether you’re furnishing an entire room or simply adding an accent piece for visual flair, we have something to suit every room, every taste and every budget. From classic to contemporary—and everything in between—you’ll find furniture you’re looking for at a price that’s just as appealing."
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Raymour & Flanigan Furniture, New Jersey
  2100 Route 38 Mall Drive - Cherry Hill, NJ              
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"Your home is your haven and reflection of your life—your memorable experiences for family and friends—and the place you most cherish. Raymour & Flanigan® is committed to helping you achieve your dream of home and express your unique style. Whether you’re furnishing an entire room or simply adding an accent piece for visual flair, we have something to suit every room, every taste and every budget. From classic to contemporary—and everything in between—you’ll find furniture you’re looking for at a price that’s just as appealing."
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Leather Furniture Shops, Pennsylvania
  31 N. 2nd Street - Philadelphia, PA              
Leather Furniture Shops is one of the most innovative high-style furniture stores in the eastern U.S.
A specialist in leather furniture for over 20 years, we also carry a full range of other great furniture for the home, all at discount prices.
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Karls Baby & Teenage Furniture, Pennsylvania
  724 Chestnut Street - Philadelphia, PA              
Karl's may be geographically located in Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, but you'll experience more than just brotherly love in this store. You'll receive an entire family's full-service and tender loving care!
The history of Karl's is spanning three generations of ownership. In 1920, Simon and Florence Richman opened the doors of Karl's on the premise that the customer deserves unique merchandise and impeccable service. Forty years later, they were succeeded by their son, Alan Richman, who also held this philosophy close to his heart. Alan followed this philosophy so closely that he became known as "Uncle Alan", a trust-worthy individual who tickled a customer's fancy through a series of endearing advertisements.
The Richman family takes pride in serving your family. From generations past and new generations yet to come, Karl's can't help but uphold the tradition of "Caring Family Service."
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Jennifer Leather, New Jersey
  205 US Rt 46 West - Totowa, NJ              
For over 35 years, with stores from coast to coast, Jennifer has been striving to offer our consumer the best value in Home Furnishings. With a Jennifer Sofabed there's always a place to stay.
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Willis Furniture, Virginia
  4220 Virginia Beach Blvd - Virginia Beach, VA              
In August 1893, John Willis, Jr. opened his first furniture store on Church Street, opposite St. Paul's church in downtown Norfolk. In 1901, he moved to the comer of Main and Church Streets in Norfolk in the Purcell Building that had been a hotel at one time. In 1912, he was the first occupant of the Mastin Building, later to become Smith and Welton Department Store.
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Morrys Dinettes, Pennsylvania
  8109 Frankford Avenue - Philadelphia, PA              
Looking for a way to pep up that dreary old kitchen area? Or just plain bored with your current Kitchen set or Dinette? Then Morrys Dinettes is the place! Where you can choose from an extensive variety of styles, sizes, and colors... we have over 100 barstools and 150 dinette sets on display!
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Gorins Furniture, Connecticut
  49 New London Turnpike - Norwich, CT              
It all started in 1936 by Martha and Samuel Gorin. They opened an upholstery shop at 81 Franklin Street in downtown Norwich, known then as the Colonial Upholstery Company. They eventually expanded and became the Colonial Upholstery and Bedding Company. As the years passed, they grew, taking over the four floors of 81 through 87 Franklin Street and renamed the company to the Colonial Upholstery and Furniture Company.
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Bill's Bedding, Connecticut
  640 North Main Street - Danielson, CT              
Bill ’s Bedding is not the largest store in Connecticut. It also is not the oldest. But we are a one store, family owned and operated, full-line furniture store that has served Eastern Connecticut for almost 75 years.
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Pilgrim Furniture City, Connecticut
  55 Graham Place - Southington, CT              
Welcome to Pilgrim Furniture City. If you haven't visited us in a while, your 're in for a pleasant surprise. We've expanded and remodeled our store, inside and out. Our showroom and warehouse now includes over 160,000 square feet of beautiful, fashionable and affordable furniture. Our store is fun for the whole family to shop. You can catch a free movie in our theatre, hop aboard our authentic old-time carousel, and order specialty coffees and delicious deserts at our all new "Cas' Cafe" with all the proceeds going to charity. So bring your whole family and enjoy a fun day of shopping like no other.
Sincerely,
Mike Albert and Steve Bichunsky
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Carroll Cut-Rate Furniture, Connecticut
  222 Boston Post RD - West Haven, CT              
Carroll Cut-Rate Furniture is a family owned and operated business that has been serving Greater New Haven for over 50 years. We offer fine furniture at incredible prices.
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La DIFFÉRENCE, Virginia
  125 South 14th Street - Richmond, VA              
Experience La DIFFÉRENCE, a truly interesting furniture shopping experience in the heart of the historic Richmond River District. LaDIFF is 45,000 sq. ft. of Modern, Contemporary and International Furniture displayed over three floors of a refurbished loft style Richmond warehouse.
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Libby's Torrington Furniture, Connecticut
  104 Main Street - Torrington, CT              
Libby's Torrington Furniture was started over 78 years ago by David Libby and Jack Apter. David became sole owner of the store in 1950. In 1968 David moved the store to its' current location at 104 Main Street. His sons Harry and Jerry joined the family business and eventually took over the store, and have continued to provide the best in sales and service for their customers.