Parry Gallagher, owner of Coombs Junction Furniture & Mattress, welcomes two exciting new British Columbia furniture manufacturers to the showroom floor this month: Ratana and Sahara Furniture.

Parry Gallagher, owner of Coombs Junction Furniture & Mattress, welcomes two exciting new British Columbia furniture manufacturers to the showroom floor this month: Ratana and Sahara Furniture.

Just in time for spring: new BC designs for home and patio

If spring cleaning has you ready for a fresh new look for your home and patio, here on the Central Island, it’s easy to keep it local.

This month, owner Parry Gallagher and the Coombs Junction Furniture & Mattress team welcome two exciting new British Columbia furniture manufacturers to the showroom floor.

“Coombs Junction Furniture is built on local – we’re here because of the ongoing support the community offers us, and we want to give back to other BC businesses,” Parry says. “At the same time, it’s important to ensure we continue providing the quality design and manufacturing our customers expect – Ratana and Sahara Furniture deliver both.”

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Just in time for longer days and warmer weather, Gallagher shares the timeless designs of Ratana, creating outdoor furnishings to suit any home decor.

The Vancouver-based company blends beauty and comfort in styles ranging from traditional to modern – there’s a reason you’ll find their designs everywhere from 5-star luxury hotels to global Olympic venues … and now on your own patio!

Because spring is also the season to freshen up inside – especially after this past year – Gallagher is also pleased to introduce Sahara Furniture.

Manufactured in Abbotsford, Sahara designs and builds maple and oak furnishings for the bedroom, living and dining rooms, in the styles you’ll love coming home to.

Producing quality furnishings that stand the test of time since 1996, Sahara Furniture crafts its timeless pieces using the finest grades of local and imported wood, hardware and finishing material. Select from eastern maple, western maple, oak or ambrosia wormy maple in finishes ranging from cloud white to black ash for a finished piece to suit your home and aesthetic today, and tomorrow.

Spring into your new BC furnishings today!

There’s no better time to get ready for patio season, or to give your home the spring freshen-up we’re all so ready for. Until April 30, enjoy a further 10 per cent of both Ratana and Sahara furnishings.

To learn more, or to browse before you visit, head to coombsfurniture.ca, then visit Parry, Scott and the team at 2701 Alberni Hwy., Coombs, Monday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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