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In 1916, Louis Samuels acquired an attic full of used furniture in exchange for his expert carpentry services. From this humble inventory grew Samuels Furniture and Interiors, where a fourth generation of the family now presides over a mammoth, fully decorated showroom sporting designer home furnishings and bedding from manufacturers such as Thomasville, Sealy, and Bernhardt. The shop's versatile and professional design staff can aid patrons in custom ordering a delightful accent for a living room or still-life furniture display.
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