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Furniture Stores in Cordele
Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
America's Choice Home Furnishing - Cordele, GA - Phone: (229) 273-7440
Badcock Home Furnishings Center - Cordele, GA - Phone: (229) 273-6559
Brady's Best Buys - Cordele, GA - Phone: (229) 271-1100
Bush's Furniture - No 1 - Cordele, GA - Phone: (229) 273-1230
Bush's Furniture - No 2 - Cordele, GA - Phone: (229) 273-0266
Farmers Furniture CO - Cordele, GA - Phone: (229) 273-0505
Pass Furniture - Cordele, GA - Phone: (229) 273-4540
Helpful Definition for: Furniture Stores
Cordele has one or more furniture stores. Furniture are needed for both residences and offices for various functions such as seating, sleeping, working and storing items. It can also be a form of decorative art. They can be made of various materials such as wood, leather, moulded plastic, vinyl and so on. The kind of styling used can also vary, such as period furniture, Art Deco, De Stijl, Bauhaus, Wiener Werkstätte, and Vienna Secession designs. The kind of furniture needed also varies with the room, such as sets for the bedroom, lving room, dining room, porches and children's rooms. Furniture can be manufactured wholesale by a number of different brands, one or more of which can be available at retail outlets in Cordele. They can be built as a single piece, or may be assembled. These stores also have occasional sales or combination offers that you can avail of. They would also usually over free delivery services for the furniture.
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