- Variety of affordable furniture
- Eco-friendly construction
- Crafted by expert designers
- Valid at seven locations
About This Deal
A room without furniture can seem naked, much like an outfit without jewelry or a farewell tour without Cher. Dress your modest room in acclaim-worthy accouterments with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $100 toward home furnishings at Ashley Furniture HomeStore. Today's deal is valid at its locations in Avondale, Casa Grande, Flagstaff, Glendale, Mesa, Chandler/Ahwatukee, and Scottsdale
An affordable and monumental selection of plush beds, sturdy end tables, and stylish home accessories mingle good-naturedly in Ashley Furniture HomeStore’s showroom. Pick up a Cubit ottoman in mocha, and then use it to accent your book club's discussion of Lego Star Wars. Ashley Furniture's wide selection of tables includes the Anton pub table, which comes with four modern barstools, and the 24-inch Carlyle swivel bar stools ($88.99), which provide rotating vantage points for libation lovers. Matrix accent chairs basking in the glow of Mable antique gold lamps ($78.99) charm empty corners with their modern faux-leather finishes. Sleep-supporting Allendale sofas made from genuine leather ($998.99) and Key Town queen poster canopy beds ($798.99) help insomniacs to catch some z’s without bobbing in alphabet soup.
Ashley Furniture HomeStore's dwelling fillers are crafted by expert designers who start by testing raw materials' durability and basic arithmetic skills before building them into classy furniture items that complement any decorating style. Many tables and chairs are built with recycled, engineered wood, which strives to reduce landfill waste and slow deforestation. For an additional cost, Ashley Furniture HomeStore has its own fleet of semitrucks and fighter planes to transport its furniture, so comfortable couches and slick dining-room tables are never damaged and always fresh-smelling. Plus, Ashley Furniture HomeStores are locally owned and operated, meaning staffers are friendly locals who know which sofa best matches the Wrigley Mansion's second-best guest bathroom.