Question of the Day: Furniture Shopping

Do you buy your furniture on Route 110?

Route 110 is the unofficial furniture shopping hub of Long Island. There are many, many stores that sell furniture along the strip, ranging from outlet to designer prices.

Do you buy furniture on Route 110? What's your favorite store? Who has the best deals? Tell us in the comments.

Andrew B. Herzman August 12, 2011 at 02:33 PM
Furniture shopping? In this economy?
Elizabeth August 12, 2011 at 03:13 PM
Seriously, Andrew! But in the past, when I had the money, I found Sofabed Etc. to be a very reliable place! They're couches are well constructed, ours are going on 14 years! The couch you select can have recliners, pull out beds or be just a plain old sofa! You get to pick the fabric too...so I give them two enthusiastic thumbs up! A place to stay AWAY from is "The Place"...we bought a bedwall (10' wide) from them, when we went to move it to our new apartment, the movers couldn't take it apart because the idiots there had permanently BOLTED all the pieces together...we called them and asked them to disassemble it, and they basically told us it wasn't their problem! So, we had to use a sawsall to take it apart before the old landlord started charging us more rent! Hope this helps everyone!
Tanii C. August 15, 2011 at 12:06 PM
My husband and I have actually been roaming around 110 looking for bunk beds for the boys. So far Bob's is more attuned to our quality standards, taste and of course price points. But obviously we'll be waiting for the Labor day sales to see if we can get an even better deal.


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