Why choosing solid wood furnishings just makes sense – today and tomorrow!

Valley Direct Furniture has one-of-a-kind furnishings that can help you transform your space!

Valley Direct Furniture has one-of-a-kind furnishings that can help you transform your space!

When it comes to decorating your home, it’s pretty amazing all that’s out there to choose from. With so many different styles to discover, how do you know what’s right for your space?

It starts with choosing the right materials and quality construction – after all your furniture should be able to keep up with you and your family!

If you’re looking for some guidance, Valley Direct Furniture owner Liam Horner says you can’t go wrong with solid wood – here’s why:

  1. It offers longevity: Strong and durable, solid wood is a material that’s stood the test of time. To this day, it’s used in construction across the world, underscoring just how powerful it is. The sturdy material can last for decades – or even centuries – making quality wood furnishings the perfect pieces to pass from generation to generation.
  2. It retains value: Because solid wood furnishings are durable, they typically hold their value if you choose to go in a new direction down the road. Plus, as most forms of damage can be repaired with sanding and refinishing, any wear is easily remedied, Horner explains.
    Durable, long-lasting and beautiful – solid wood furnishings are a perfect fit for any room in your home.

    Durable, long-lasting and beautiful – solid wood furnishings are a perfect fit for any room in your home.

  3. It elevates your space: Another great benefit to solid wood furnishings – and one not to be overlooked – is simply that they look great! And because wood is easy to refinish, you can bring a new look to your space over and over again. Where one year you might see a piece painted solid, the next you can have it sanded and stained, letting the grain’s natural texture show through.
  4. It’s customizable: Working with quality manufacturers, Valley Direct offers the ability to customize your pieces, creating unique furnishings tailored exactly to your taste. With a strong commitment to local suppliers, such as Abbotsford’s Woodworks and Vancouver-based LH Imports, you’ll feel good furnishing your home with stunning Canadian pieces.

A staple in the local community for more than 30 years, Valley Direct Furniture has got you covered! To get started on finding the perfect furnishings for your home, browse their showroom in Abbotsford or plan a trip to their Surrey or Langley location.

To draw some inspiration, visit them online today!

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