The longstanding local business provides unique, quality pieces that can be tailored to your desired look!

Office, classroom, winter retreat … the right furnishings help your home handle it all

Fraser Valley furniture store offers custom, locally made pieces to freshen up your home

While COVID has brought about many changes, one significant difference is the way it has transformed our homes – before a space to escape everyday life, they’ve now become our office, school, gym, restaurant and more!

While adapting to these changes may be challenging, Liam Horner from Valley Direct Furniture offers a solution: It’s time to freshen up your home!

Read on to learn how …

With a focus on locally manufactured pieces crafted with quality materials, you’ll recognize Canadian brands such as Canadel, Stylus and TMH Furnitureworks.

With a focus on locally manufactured pieces crafted with quality materials, you’ll recognize Canadian brands such as Canadel, Stylus and TMH Furnitureworks.

Why update your furnishings?

“Bringing some creative changes to your space can go a long way,” explains Horner. Beyond offering practical improvements, like a comfortable new sofa or spacious desk, “incorporating new furniture and customized pieces can virtually transform every room in your home.”

With high-quality, customizable pieces ranging in style from modern to rustic and everything in between, there’s something for virtually everyone at the long-standing Fraser Valley furniture store. And for that custom solution, they can tailor pieces and accessories to achieve your desired look. Whether you’re on the hunt for a traditional leather sectional with wooden legs or a contemporary fabric sofa with a metal frame, you’ll can find it all at Valley Direct. And with furniture for your living room, dining room, bedroom, office and even patio – you’ll easily create a space you’ll love coming home to!

At Valley Direct Furniture you can browse the showroom floor to pick and pair the items you think will look best in your home!

At Valley Direct Furniture you can browse the showroom floor to pick and pair the items you think will look best in your home!

Quality matters, in service and selection

The Valley Direct team has provided the community with genuine service and quality craftsmanship for 30+ years – and with the recent addition of the Abbotsford location, it’s now closer to home!

Their commitment to locally manufactured pieces crafted with quality materials has been a key to their longevity. By using local manufacturers such as Canadel, Stylus and TMH Furnitureworks, you can feel good knowing your purchase makes a difference right here in B.C.

Complementing the breadth of quality furnishings and accessories is their commitment to outstanding customer service that Valley Direct Furniture has delivered for decades. You can even take advantage of delivery and set-up options – safely and physically distanced, of course.

Plan a trip to Valley Direct Furniture today, browse their showroom floor and find the unique, quality pieces that will transform your home into all the new things it has become!

To learn more, visit online or in person today!

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