Why it pays to buy BC for your wood furnishings

Fall promotion highlights the best of British Columbia woodcrafters

Parry Gallagher flies the made-in-BC flag proudly at Coombs Junction Furniture!

Parry Gallagher flies the made-in-BC flag proudly at Coombs Junction Furniture!

For Parry Gallagher, supporting local just makes sense. It’s the foundation Coombs Junction Furniture was built upon 12 years ago and it continues to inform Gallagher’s selection of products today.

And for those looking to add new wood furnishings to their home, there’s no better time to shop local!

This November, the store is saluting BC woodcrafters. Running through Nov. 30, the locally owned and operated furniture destination is offering 15 per cent off all BC-made woodcrafter products. Plus, you’ll get an additional five per cent off any in-stock woodcraft items!

“We’re fortunate to have such an amazing selection of BC woodcrafters who stand behind their designs with quality manufacturing, and we wanted to showcase that,” Gallagher says from his award-winning Alberni Highway destination.

From bedroom suites you’ll love getting cosy in this winter to dining room essentials ready for those holiday dinners, the furniture pieces you want for your home are here.

From Surrey-based Purba Custom Furniture, for example, find timeless collections for the bedroom, dining room, living room and home office. Manufacturing 100-per-cent Canadian solid wood furniture for 25 years, their full range of collections is complemented by the option of custom pieces for almost any space in the home.

BC’s Clean Line Designs builds stylish solid wood furniture for the contemporary home, including a full line of options for the condominiums and other smaller spaces with built-in storage and flexibility. Characterized by beautifully finished, thick-cut wood that offers an organic element to any space, strong clean lines are balanced by subtle detailing and quality workmanship.

Ensuring you get exactly what you want for your home, all BC-made furniture can be custom ordered, Gallagher notes.

Welcoming ‘local’ home

In addition to solid wood furnishings from Purba and Clean Line Designs, Coombs Junction Furniture is also your source for sofas, sectionals and sofa beds from Greater Vancouver’s Stylus and cutting-edge, custom-built designs from Elite Sofas also in Vancouver.

And when it comes to topping that new BC-made bed, you’ll definitely want a BC-supplied mattress from Sealy Canada, Stearns and Foster, Restonic or Tempurpedic!

Visit Coombs Junction Furniture 2701 Alberni Hwy and discover more fabulous fall possibilities for your home at coombsfurniture.ca

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