Zuo

 

Luis Ruesga and Steve Poon founded ZUO in 2005 with the vision of combining their furniture industry knowledge to bring contemporary, modern style to any space. What started as a self-run enterprise sporting a handful of styles morphed into a 200+ employee company based out of San Leandro, California, with offices spread out in over five different countries.

The ZUO philosophy is that style should not cost a fortune. Even if you have bad credit, there is the buy now pay later for people with bad credit, and buy now pay later no credit check instant approval. They offer four unique lines of furniture to serve a variety of tastes, including the contemporary and sleek Modern Line, the industrial and rustic Pure line, affordable and beautiful outdoor furniture through their Vive line and finally transitional and classic furniture through their Era line.

Combining quality with price, Zuo delivers as part of Furniture 7’s lineup of the nation’s top brands.

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