Valley Direct Furniture has three locations: the original location in Langley, the outlet store in Surrey and the newest location in Abbotsford. Stop by for quality, custom, Canadian-made furniture!

Built to last, and built for you!

Quality, custom furniture, made and sold right here in the Fraser Valley

There aren’t a lot of guarantees in life, but thankfully there’s a store in Abbotsford where you can find a 25 year promise.

Over a quarter-century almost every aspect of your life may change, but with a 25-year warranty on your sofa frame at least you know you’ll be comfortable.

“We’re known for having quality furniture, and we have great relationships with Canadian and BC manufacturers,” says Liam Horner of Valley Direct Furniture. “Even in our Surrey outlet store I often hear customers say they weren’t expecting such high quality at an outlet.

Valley Direct has built great relationships with customers over two decades from their original location in Langley, and has loved reaching farther east with their Abbotsford location which opened last year. In addition to high quality, customers also love that most furniture is fully customizable.

“If you stop by the showroom looking for a sectional and then see a sofa you like, we can help you design a custom piece,” Horner says. Staff are eager to help, going the extra mile to find solutions for customers. And it doesn’t stop at the point of sale.

“We have our own truck for deliveries, and our staff will take the time to make sure everything’s set up to your satisfaction,” Horner says.

3 trusted, local manufacturers at Valley Direct Furniture

Valley Direct works with a number of quality, Canadian manufacturers, but learning more about these three favourites will help you understand their high standards.

  • Canadel: Specializing in dining room suites — chairs, tables buffets, kitchen islands and benches — hand-assembled and hand-finished in Louiseville, Quebec. Customize the shape of your table-top, the profile of your chair legs, and even the upholstery nails.
  • Stylus: Made-to-order sofas manufactured right here in Burnaby from quality materials: solid wood frames, dense polyurethane foam and steel springs. Look for the little details, like the quality fabric they use on the seat deck underneath the cushions, to get a sense of their craftsmanship.
  • Woodworks: Finely crafted solid wood furniture made right in the neighbourhood, at a 50,000 square foot facility in Abbotsford. Woodworks makes furniture for every room in the house, and in a variety of styles too. Rustic, contemporary, classic, mid-century modern and more.

Find Valley Direct Furniture in Abbotsford at 31789 South Fraser Way, in Langley at 19853 Fraser Hwy, and the outlet in Surrey at 5511 192 St. Follow the store on Facebook and Instagram for home style inspiration!

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See a chair you like, but on the hunt for a sofa? Talk to the sales staff at Valley Direct Furniture about customizing furniture to your needs.

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