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Where do you buy furniture in NJ?

Hello, ladies!  It's been a loooong time since I've been here; hope everyone is doing well!

I am in the market for new dining room furniture and I don't have a clue where to go in NJ.  Where would you go to purchase (quality) furniture (no Ikea, Ashley, etc)?


L'isle Sur la Sorgue, Provence

Re: Where do you buy furniture in NJ?

  • We got most of our furniture from Ashley or Raymore and Flannagan.
  • Hey Lily!  Sweet baby!  Congrats!

    I have exhausted all the places around here; I was hoping somebody had some new ideas-ones I hadn't heard about. 

    How about online sites? Anyone?

    L'isle Sur la Sorgue, Provence

  • Try Wacker's Trading Post in Sewell.  They carry different pieces.  Depending on what type of furniture you're looking for you could also check out Marshall's and Home Goods.  We scored a Lane recliner for our nursery at Marshall's for $300.  It's our favorite chair in the house.
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  • Macy's always has decent stuff.

    We furnished most of our home from value city and macys. Value city has a location in Toms River, and negotiated free shipping. Our dining set is Broyhill and we got an amazing deal on it.

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  • Big pieces from Raymour - but I do like to get accent pieces, etc from Home Goods.  We have a small shop with random pieces / antiques in town that I like to go for a certain lamp or piece.

    Seems like the 'main' pieces all look the same at the name-brand shops anymore.  I wish there were more places with different pieces.

  • We like Raymour & Flannigan and also Mealey's
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