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Industries all over the world are learning how to deal with the impact of the novel Coronavirus as it continues to negatively affect manufacturers’ ability to keep up with unprecedented demand for certain products. Furniture retailers are no different. 


Many of our Canadian-made furniture items rely on the raw materials that are seeing an increase in demand. However, we work with amazing manufacturers in Ontario and Quebec that continue to make shipments to us daily and maintain consistent communication with our team so we can keep our customers up to date.


If you’re looking for new furniture, the way you shop may be a bit different than in the past. Here are some tips to ensure you get the Canadian-made furniture you really want.


1. Shop In Advance

Don’t wait until the last minute. Inventory supplies may be limited and delivery times may take longer. So if you will be starting renovations on your home or moving soon, it’s a good idea to shop in advance. Another reason to shop for furniture early is custom orders. Customisations naturally take longer than regular orders, but having that perfect cover, arm or other detail on your new sofa is worth the wait. Ultimately, the more you plan ahead, the more likely you are to get your dream sectional, sofa or bed frame in time.


2. Changing Expectations

Many things have changed since the start of the pandemic and one of them is production lead times. Smitty’s sales consultants are here to help you navigate shifting timelines and expectations. While we keep a certain amount of inventory in our warehouses and some in-stock specials, producing specialty orders may be delayed for longer than usual. A custom piece is often worth the wait, but if you want to avoid a long wait, we suggest browsing our in-stock specials. We do our best to keep something for everyone in store. 


3. Research The Retailer

As you shop in advance, make sure that you’re researching the retailer you’re planning on buying from. Since retail started opening back up in June, nearly every store has a COVID-19 notice regarding their new regulations, what they’re doing to keep everyone safe, and what you can expect from them. We’re no different. Smitty’s has protocols in place to keep our customers safe while they shop in store and we’re keeping a close eye on changing public health guidance. We will also provide you with carefully estimated lead times and if anything changes, we’ll let you know right away. If you have a tight schedule, we’ll do our best to work with our manufacturers to get popular items in stock and shipped in a timely manner. 


We pride ourselves on providing our customers with variety and great service, and now more than ever we look forward to helping you find the right furniture for your home. 


Want To Shop By Appointment


We are open to the public, and appointments are not required -  but if you'd like to make an appointment to shop with us we are more than happy to arrange a time with a  dedicated sales consultant. 


If you have any questions or comments about custom furniture orders or our Covid-19 protocols, please contact us via our online chat service or by emailing info@smittysfurniture.com


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We have had to remain indoors much more than usual this year and now that the winter season is just around the corner, remaining indoors is going to continue to be the norm. As you've remained indoors, there is likely a room you have gravitated towards the most: the living room. Your living room is what helps you relax at the end of the day, it helps to relieve your stress as you curl up on a comfortable sofa to read a book or watch a good movie.


Nothing says "cozy" and "stress-free" quite like comfortable living room furniture. Your living room furniture should invite your family to gather and enjoy each other’s company or to enjoy family movie night. We don’t always think about it, but one of the most important pieces of living room furniture is your entertainment center. Regardless of the size of your TV, the entertainment center can be what ties your living space together while providing a clever storage solution.

Here are some features to keep in mind while browsing for a new entertainment center:



1. Bring Out The Measuring Tape

First things first; you'll want to measure your TV’s dimensions so you can shop for the right size for your new entertainment center. The measurements will not just include the screen, it will include the entire TV - height, width, and depth. Once that is determined, you'll be able to take into consideration the wall space, the size of the entire room, and how much space will be left on each side of the TV once you have an entertainment center set up.

2. Consider The Type Of Entertainment Center

There are many different types of entertainment centers to choose from such as wall units, ones with shelves/bookshelves, ones with cabinets, ones that hide your TV when not in use, large horizontal centers, large vertical centers, and more. Your particular needs will depend on which style of entertainment center would be best suited for your room, and from there, you can determine the colour, shape and design.

Palliser’s Bravo Unit is a great example of an entertainment unit with multiple functions. It features illuminated shelves, has drawers for extra storage and a functional cabinet.

3. Do You Need A Storage Solution?

The magic of certain furniture and entertainment centers is that they can store things until you need them again, like blankets, books, toys and electronic devices for the TV. Leaving clutter out in your living room can actually increase anxiety and we don't want that. We want you to be able to relax in every room of your home which is why we carry every type of entertainment center you can think of for your particular storage needs. Better yet, they're all Canadian-made from high-quality materials.


Durham Furniture’s Distillery Collection features a beautiful entertainment credenza that has ample storage space behind cupboard doors. It’s crafted from solid maple and made in Ontario.


Choose The Right Entertainment Center With The Help Of A Professional

You want your home to look and feel comfortable, but with so many entertainment centers to choose from, where do you even start? We can make sure you walk away with the right entertainment center for you, your family, and your home when you consult with one of our interior decorators. Once you've got your TV set up in your new entertainment center, you and your family can kick your feet up, watch your favourite TV show or movie, and enjoy your time together indoors more than ever before.


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Quality sleep is what plays an important role in our day-to-day lives and activities. Our mental and physical health ultimately depends on it. So when you start to experience nights where you're not getting enough sleep, or you're finding it hard to relax in general, it can negatively affect your mood and how you feel throughout the rest of the day. That's why we're here to make sure that you have help when you need it most. We're passionate about ensuring our customers can get a night of better sleep with the help of our Canadian-made furniture and a new mattress that suits their particular needs. Your bed is the focal point in your room and quite possibly the most important piece of furniture that you’ll ever own, so ensuring it looks and feels good is very important. 


Here are some tips to follow when it comes to creating a bedroom for better sleep:



1. Say Goodnight To Electronics

Did you know that using electronics at night, particularly 30-60 minutes before bedtime, can interfere with your sleeping patterns? For both kids and adults alike, saying goodnight to your electronics before you go to bed, such as your phone, tablet, laptop, or TV can limit the amount of blue light you're intaking, as well as decrease your alertness. You want to feel sleepy, not be distracted by your electronic device. The more blue light you expose yourself to, the more alert you may feel.

2. Use Calm & Neutral Colours

As tempting as it is to introduce a vibrant and fun wallpaper or colour to your bedroom, this can actually negatively impact your sleep. You should design your room with muted colours and pastels in mind, like light blue, green, or more neutral colours like white and beige. Use vibrant colours in accents like artwork or decorative pillows for your bed instead. Overall, using a calm, cooler and lighter colour can decrease one's stress levels, blood pressure and heart rate. They're also easier to decorate with!

3. Your Mattress Makes A Huge Difference

Replacing your mattress may seem like a daunting task at first, but it may make a huge difference in the way that you sleep, and feel. It's especially important to have a good mattress according to your specific needs, like if you need a bed that's more firm or soft, one that has massage settings and lets you adjust your head and feet, or a mattress that simply fits your new bedroom space. 


A great example is Serta’s Motion Essential Adjustable Lifestyle Base. It has a wireless remote that lets you adjust the head and foot of the mattress and whisper-quiet massage settings to help lull you to sleep. 


Whatever you need, we have the right bed for you that can suit your needs so you have a good sleep every single night. And to make your shopping experience hassle-free, we can help you choose the best Canadian-made bed for you and your room both in-person or online.

4. Less Clutter, More Room

Just as important as it is to lay your electronics to rest or design your room with certain colours, keeping your bedroom clutter-free is also a good way to ensure you get a good night’s rest. It is important to keep your bedroom a bedroom, not a space for stuff. A cluttered bedroom can create more anxiety instead of helping you to relax and wind down for sleep. After all, your bedroom should be an escape from the chaos of your everyday life. 


A great way to declutter and organise your bedroom is by getting a bed with built-in storage space. Durham Furniture’s Milestone Collection features a lift bed that lets you store things like bed linens under your mattress. Out of sight but still in reach. Another thing we love about Durham Furniture is that their hardwood furniture is handmade in Durham, Ontario. Not far from Smitty’s Hanover showroom. 




Sleep Better With Smitty’s!

We tend to get so wrapped up in getting through the day that we forget how important it is to get our nights ‘right’ as well. Getting a night of good sleep helps restore your energy so that you can seize the day ahead with confidence. Ensure you get proper sleep by following our recommendations: put your electronics down, design your room with calm colours in mind, and utilize the Smitty's team to find a mattress and storage solutions that work best for you and your bedroom. There are mattresses (and pillows) designed for every type of sleeper. Our sales consultants can help you find one that suits your needs, so make sure to speak with our experienced consultants to ensure you get the right ones. We even have a “Sleep Test” machine in our stores that allow you to determine the type of mattress and firmness you should be shopping for.

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Why Buy Canadian Made Furniture

We’ve been a family-run furniture dealer for over 70 years and we’ve learned a few things along the way. One of the most important is that quality Canadian-made furniture will always offer you the best return on your investment and here’s why.


It’s made to last

The quality and craftsmanship of our Canadian furniture manufacturers are unrivaled. That’s why so many of them have been in business for so long. Palliser, one of our top manufacturers, started building furniture in rural Manitoba over 75 years ago. Today, they are headquartered in Winnipeg, still building exceptional handcrafted furniture for the entire home. Decor-Rest was founded by Angelo Marzilli in 1972, and like ours, it is still a family-run business. Based in Woodbridge, Ontario, Decor-Rest has grown to become one of North America’s leading upholstered furniture manufacturers. Brentwood Classics started their made-to-order sofa manufacturing business just outside of Toronto over 40 years ago. They still make some of the finest and most comfortable sofas on the market and have the awards to prove it. And there are more – Leathercraft, Kingsdown, Bermex, we could go on, but suffice it to say that our partnerships with our Canadian furniture manufacturers make us proud. We know we can depend on them to consistently provide quality materials, exquisite craftsmanship, superb style, and comfort that is simply unmatched.


It’s made sustainably

Much of our Canadian-made furniture is built from solid North American hardwoods, a resource that is renewable and sustainable. Beyond our borders, we have little control over how trees are harvested and whether replanting occurs, but here in North America, there are ways of ensuring that the furniture we buy is built from responsibly sourced wood. Keep an eye out for companies like Brentwood Classics who have been certified by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council), a non-profit association that promotes sustainable practices in the home furnishings industry. By investing in sustainably sourced wood, you are helping to prevent damage to our ecosystems, our watersheds, our wildlife, and the trees themselves. And what’s more, well-made furniture doesn’t end up in landfills, it lasts for decades, gets passed on, repurposed, and reused. Furniture that lasts reduces the extraction of raw materials, creates less waste, and cuts down on pollution caused by manufacturing and transportation.


Buying local keeps our money local

Canadian businesses support Canadian communities so buying local has benefits at many levels. First of all, buying local has a profound effect on our economy – buying local keeps our money local. When you purchase Canadian-made furniture from a Canadian dealer, your purchase contributes to local economic activity, local salaries, and the local tax base, it recirculates our money in our economy. The Canadian furniture industry employs over 100,000 Canadian workers and is a $15 billion a year business. By buying Canadian-made furniture from Canadian retailers you are contributing to a robust Canadian economy and that is a benefit to all. 


It’s made for you

As Canadian retailers and manufacturers, our priority is you, the Canadian public. You are our base, when we think of customers, we think of you. We want to make sure you are happy and that you stick with us, so our services and products are tailored to your needs–from a range of personalized services at our stores to customizable made-to-order furniture from our Canadian manufacturers, you can be sure that we will do everything we can to get it right for you and your family.


Whether you’re looking for impeccable quality, environmental sustainability, ways to support and encourage our economy, furniture that is made just for you, or all of the above, buying quality Canadian-made furniture is the way to go – it will always offer the best return on your investment. 


Join us at Smitty’s for our Fall in Love with Canadian Furniture event from October 15th to November 1st and let us introduce you to our Canadian furniture manufacturers.

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Finding the right rug for your room is not only satisfying, but it makes the room feel more complete, comfortable, and warm. However, choosing that perfect rug among all the available options can be tricky. There are so many things to consider when it comes to choosing the perfect area rug for your living room, dining room, bedroom, laundry room, etc. Whichever room you are looking to get an area rug for, we have tips you can follow to make choosing a rug much easier, regardless of how small or large your space is.

And remember, while there are general rules to follow when it comes to choosing an area rug, you don't have to limit yourself to them. It is entirely up to you how you want your space to look and feel.


The Bedroom

Let's start with the bedroom; the oasis within your home. Creating a comfortable and relaxing bedroom is obviously extremely important. It's where you go to relax after a long day and to have a good night's rest. Rugs can actually give your bedroom a more warm and comfortable feel, even if it's carpeted. Don't be afraid to put a rug over the carpet and play with layers. If you want the bed to be the focal point of the room, measure the space so the rug extends two feet from the bed on either side. It doesn't have to be right up against the wall either. Just put the bottom two legs on the rug. Use light colours to ensure the room feels brighter and more spacious.

The Kitchen

Area rugs are not just for bedrooms and living spaces. They can drastically help improve the comfort in your kitchen, particularly in the spots where you stand the most, like at the sink or stove. The general rule is to keep it six inches from the cabinets. This is where runners come in handy. Opt for a hand-knotted rug to give off a farmhouse look or play with a patterned rug that matches the colours in your cabinets and decor. If you have a large kitchen, patterned rugs can reduce the appearance of space, and also complete it so it feels cozier. If you are worried about durability because of high foot traffic or would prefer a rug that is easy to clean (you are in the kitchen after all), look for a rug made with a synthetic material called polypropylene. This popular material is water and stain resistant and can be vacuumed regularly without compromising its texture or colour. Wool is also known for being quite durable and resistant to stains in high-traffic areas because of the type of fibre coils. 


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Looking to turn your dining room into the perfect space to enjoy meals together?

Everyone's home is different and unique, but they all have one thing in common: the dining room is a space where the family gathers around to enjoy meals together and create new memories. It's where you catch up on each other's day. It's where you create family traditions on holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving. But just as every home is unique, so is the way each homeowner designs their dining area.

If you're looking to make a change to your dining area, here are five ways you can do just that:

1. Mix Seating Arrangements

Whoever said that you need the same chairs all around the dining table? Redesigning the dining room is a great time to get creative and play with different seating arrangements, for example, a bench on one side of the table with traditional chairs on the other side. This is an upgrade that can transform your room into a high-end, modern, yet simple space. It's also a great fix for those who have a rather small dining room. If you need to create more space, the bench can be pushed to the wall or under the table. Many benches also come with storage compartments to help maximize your small space even more.




2. Add Warmth with Florals

There's something about fresh flower bouquets that make a dining room feel warm and cozy. They look and smell great and come in a variety of colours that you can play around with. But flowers don't just have to sit on the table in a vase. Floral designs can be added in your furniture fabric, on your curtains, or in artwork displayed around the room. Wherever you decide to include floral designs in your new dining space, it will add a sense of comfort, soften the ambience, and really pull the room together.

3. Make the Most of your Small Dining Area

Dining areas come in all shapes and sizes, but so do tables! If you are not sure what to do with a small dining area, consider purchasing a drop-leaf dining table. These tables are specifically designed with flexibility and comfort in mind as they come with hinged sections on either side of the table that can be dropped. Now, you can use it as a cozy work desk or as the perfect extended dining table when guests are over. When it's folded, put the extra chairs away to create more space.



4. Pull Inspiration From Live Edge Furniture

Live edge furniture has become a very popular trend and it's easy to see why. It incorporates the natural edge of the wood as you would see it in nature, and some makers even keep the holes and cracks to make it more unique. This is the perfect opportunity for you to bring nature into your home and let it inspire you. Whether you purchase a live edge bench or a table, you will find them very versatile. They pair perfectly with wood or upholstered chairs, and accents with brass or chrome. To showcase the natural grain of the wood and to turn the table into a focus area, fill the room with minimalist decor that pulls the area together like a few candles, a bouquet of flowers, or holiday decorations.

5. Utilise Large Spaces with Cabinetry

If your dining area is a bit on the larger side, why not use cabinets to fill in space and maximise your storage at the same time? Cabinets come in all shapes, colours, sizes and varieties, such as a wine cabinet, bar cabinet, or credenza. Credenzas, typically made from wood to add a vintage yet modern look to your room, can be a way to decorate your dining area with accents, use for storage, and help hold food trays for buffet-style meals. If you prefer wine or bar cabinets, these can add the same effect, and more.

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Family Friendly Furniture


Your sofa likely sees more traffic and activity than any other piece of furniture in your home. Whether movie night with the kids, date night with your significant other, a get-together with friends, or some quiet time all to yourself – the sofa is where much of life happens. It’s our go-to spot, so investing in a good one is worthwhile. 


But finding the perfect sofa isn’t easy, it takes time and thought. Before you invest, consider your needs. Some are universal – your sofa should be comfortable, have you ever tried sitting on an uncomfortable sofa? You’ll want it to look good in the room – we’re talking configuration, shape, texture, color, and style. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, you’ll need it to stand up to the rigors of daily life. Depending on your lifestyle, daily wear and tear on your sofa can mean different things. If you have kids, it’s crumbs, juice, milk, sticky mouths, greasy fingers, dirty feet – you name it, the sofa has seen it. If you have pets, you’re looking at paw prints, shedding, kibble, and treats. Even adults pose risks – spill some red wine or coffee and you’ve got a problem. 


Performance Fabrics to match your lifestyle


Get the perfect sofa at Smitty’s Custom Cover Event

So yes, your sofa needs to stand up to daily life, and at Smitty’s, we’ve got you covered. You don’t have to sacrifice luxury. You don’t have to wait until your kids are grown. You can do it now. With our help, you can find gorgeous quality furniture that is comfortable, well-suited to your space, and will stay beautiful for years to come.


From September 10th to 27th, Smitty’s invites you to our Custom Cover Event, featuring Canadian manufacturers of fine upholstered furniture. Choose the perfect piece for your home from our vast selection of Brentwood Classics. With Brentwood Classics, you customize the configuration and style of your sofa, you choose the color, design, and texture of your fabric. 


And to make sure your furniture is protected from spills, accidents, and messes, Brentwood works with Crypton, a high-performance fabric manufacturer, to offer you the best in performance fabrics. Crypton fabrics use a special patented technology that resists moisture, stains, and odors so the inevitable accidents are no longer a concern. Best of all, Crypton’s fabrics are free of chemicals that are harmful to us and the environment so you know you and your family are safe. And since fabrics are their specialty, Crypton offers a carefully curated, wide selection – choose from woven textures, velvets, linen looks, and leathers in the colors and designs that you love. With Crypton fabrics, you can invest in quality upholstery furniture without worry.


Sofas bring the family together


To find that sofa – the one that brings together family and friends, that keeps you cozy on cold winter evenings, that suits you and your living space just perfectly, the sofa that will stand the test of time – come to Smitty’s Custom Cover event and let us show you what we can do.




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When people hear "interior design" and "interior decorating" they naturally think they are the same thing. This is a common mistake homeowners make when referring to decorating their new home or redesigning their current space. So, what is the difference between the two? Which professional do you hire when it comes to your particular needs?



Interior Designers


Interior designers undergo specific schooling and study all the steps involved with the home building and interior designing process. In addition to learning about colours, patterns and fabric, an interior designer will also get hands-on experience curating, drawing and planning designs on the necessary computer programs for commercial and residential clients. An interior design course will also have an architectural element which is why architects will hire them to assist with floor plans and, from there, begin creating design concepts to review while paying close attention to functionality, safety, and efficiency. 


Interior design is not only about designing the room and adding furniture to make it look good. The space also has to be completely functional and accessible to all. Interior designers may be hired by anyone, whether they have a residential, commercial or industrial space in need of improvement, but they largely work with commercial clients.



Interior Decorators


An interior decorator doesn't necessarily go to school to be formally trained, though there are continuing education courses one can take to improve their knowledge. They typically focus on the aesthetics of the room rather than studying and incorporating an architect's floorplans. Interior decorators are typically hired after construction has been completed or if they're looking to revamp their interior. 


Their strength is in piecing together colours, patterns, and designs, and listening to client requests in order to bring their interior dreams to life. An interior decorator will have a good list of connections with people who make furniture or supply high-quality products, whereas interior designers will have connections with builders and architects. Commercial clients hire decorators, but homeowners work more closely with them.



Should I Hire An Interior Design Expert or A Decorator?


The difference between interior designers and interior decorators may not seem like much, but it's important to know who to contact for your particular project. You'll want to hire an interior designer if your commercial or residential design project includes designing around new windows and doors or unique structures. A designer will work closely with builders and architects to ensure that design, functionality, accessibility and safety codes are never compromised. This adds a layer of complexity to interior design as they must take into account how the space will be used and eventually bring in furniture and decor to complete the project.


Smitty’s Certified Interior Decorators are Available to Help You


At Smitty’s, we have a team of certified interior decorators who are ready to help you decorate your interior space with furniture and accessories that complement your home. Our free decorating service enables you to go on with your day-to-day while we pull all the pieces together for your new space.


Schedule a consultation with a Smitty’s Decorating Consultant: https://www.smittysfurniture.com/Decorator-Consulting.htm 

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Fall is a great time of the year for friends and family to gather around your home. Whether it’s to celebrate Thanksgiving with loved ones or to entertain the close friends in your ‘circle’, you want your home’s decor to welcome them into your space. Changing your decor along with the seasons can be a great way to create a particular mood in your home. It's also been proven to drastically improve one's mood, inspire creativity, and change your overall energy levels.


From your front porch to your dining room, there are plenty of ways to transform your home into an "Autumn Oasis" with these fall decorating ideas. Not only will you love taking the time to put together your new space, but you'll enjoy the outcome and be able to welcome your guests with a festive, warm, and cozy space.


Become Inspired By Fall-Coloured Rugs



Fall decorations come in all shapes and sizes, including area rugs. Whether in your living room, bedroom or dining room, decorating for fall while paying close attention to the details and colours in this area rug by Kalora Interiors, you'll find your inner interior design expert come to life. Transition your home into a warm and festive space by accentuating the browns and beiges in this area rug with pumpkins, gourds and pine cones or rustic-inspired home decor. 


If you're going for a more modern look, whoever said pumpkins have to be orange? White pumpkins are definitely becoming a more popular fall decor go-to and will pair perfectly with these cream-coloured tassels and striped patterns throughout.




Decorate For Fall With Patterns




Utilizing patterns can definitely help to inspire fall decorating ideas for inside and outside your home, like this occasional chair by Future Fine Furniture. It adds a subtle splash of both modern and cozy and will look great with fall-inspired throw pillows or blankets. There are so many inspiring options to select from, such as these choice patterns also from Future Fine Furniture:



If your living or dining space still doesn't feel "complete", opt to include some fall art decor that pairs with your area rugs or patterned occasional chairs. The light shades of brown, beige and grey, as well as the nature theme, will make decorating with nature inside that much easier. Use items like with a fall wreath, vases full of birch, baskets, pumpkins, or more. 




Still Need Help Visualizing Your Fall Decorating Ideas?


Fall decor ideas are endless. There are so many colours and patterns to play with to make your space as cozy, warm and inviting as possible. You don't have to limit yourself to orange colour schemes either. Make your fall decorating ideas come to life, regardless of the colours you have in mind. 


That's the fun of decorating your space. Making it yours. But we know that sometimes you need a little inspiration. You’ll find just that as you walk through our store or consult with one of our professional decor consultants. From an eye-catching fall porch to a fall-themed dining room, every inch of your home can be transformed into the seasonal oasis you've always dreamt of.


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Sure, the kitchen is the heart of your home, but the room that’s central to your relaxation needs is your bedroom. It’s the one space in your house that should be an oasis - a room that is geared towards helping you wind down, relax, and getting a good night’s rest before starting a new day. Your bedroom should be the one place where you can forget about the stresses of the day, so you can wake rejuvenated and ready to take on the day. 


At Smitty’s Fine Furniture, we offer quality Canadian-made furniture, sourced from top manufacturers. We support the best because we want to ensure that you have access to the quality-made furniture that will help you create that ideal bedroom oasis. As soon as you get home to your new bedroom suite and lie down on your new bed, you’ll understand why investing in quality furniture makes all the difference. 


We suggest this bedroom suite for your sleep oasis


This lift bed is part of the award-winning Milestone Collection by Durham Furniture. The bed (available in King or Queen) is an innovatively designed and sustainably sourced solid maple wood frame. In addition to being a beautiful frame, it’s also practical. The bed is part of a four-piece set that solves your space needs thanks to the multiple adaptable storage options available. The bed frame easily lifts without removing sheets or mattresses, opening up ample space for storing pillows, blankets, sheets or even clothes. The Milestone lift bed is a transitional design, combining a metal frame with solid wood panel inserts, which can be customized in over 40 finishes. You can also add a set of matching night tables and a dresser to complete the four-piece bedroom suite. 


By purchasing a Durham Furniture bedroom suite from Smitty’s, you’re supporting Canadians who are just as passionate about quality craftsmanship as you are. Order it from Smitty’s and have the set delivered and set up in your home with our red carpet delivery service


Want to see the collection in person? Need help deciding on the best finish for your particular bedroom and personal preference? Our knowledgeable sales consultants are experts in assisting customers with Durham Furniture’s various styles, finishes and accessories. We know how to make your shopping experience at Smitty’s as stress-free as your new bedroom oasis will be!


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