An abundance of home furnishings can protect you when Dracula claws through the dry wall because your blood smells like monster candy. Obstacle up with today's Groupon: for $50, you get $100 toward furniture at Barewood Outlet. This Groupon is valid at the South Tampa, Brandon, Clearwater, and New Tampa locations.
Barewood Outlet carries a plethora of finished and unfinished wooden furnishings, allowing shoppers to outfit homes with furniture that’s both functional and aesthetically pleasing. The opulent outlet showcases a variety of items from John Thomas Furniture, Whittier Wood, and other furniture brands. Dress up a dining room with a food-supporting table ($99.99+), or turn off the lights and wait patiently for a roommate to come home while relaxing in a comfy new chair ($49.99+). Cocktail tables can accommodate affable guests ($99.99+), and wooden bunk beds are ideal for sharing a bedroom with a sibling or reconnecting with a former cellmate ($199.99+).
The furniture factory houses trimmed trees slathered with a smooth finish as well as unfinished selections that can be completed as a do-it-yourself project. Although today’s Groupon is not valid toward finishing, Barewood Outlet's chroma-savvy staff can custom-finish house fillings to match décor, other furnishings, or the exact color of a new pair of penny loafers.
By amassing a collection of furniture pieces from manufacturing companies such as Whitewood Industries, Archbold Furniture, and Whittier Wood, Barewood Outlet helps its clients find long-lasting, all-wood furniture that will be a staple of their families' abodes for generations. Barewood splits its inventory between finished-wood pieces, which stand at the ready to brighten rooms, and unfinished pieces, which customers can then have hand-finished to their specifications or take home as a do-it-yourself project. The outlet stocks all the tools, stains, and instructions necessary for these projects in order to help clients feel the rush of creating something themselves without experiencing the same old hassle of housing and feeding a Frankenstein monster.