Emerald Home Furnishings

Emerald Home Furnishing

Emerald Home Furnishings

Founded in 1962 as a distributor of bed frames and unfinished furniture, Emerald Home Furnishings has since grown into a large company based out of a 200,000 sq ft facility in Tacoma, WA. Emerald also has offices in High Point, NC, China, Vietnam and Malaysia. Emerald makes it their mission to be an innovative supplier of quality home furniture.

Throughout Emerald's four and a half decades of existence, they have added additional product lines such as high-quality mattresses, dining room furniture for the family, many great bedroom furniture sets, home entertainment furnishings, office furniture and accent chairs.

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