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Children's Furniture Gallery Offers New Furniture Choices and Convenience in One Giant Location

Oct 4 2013, 5:47am CDT | by PR.com

London, Canada, October 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Parents that are partaking in the time-honoured, stressful tradition of shopping for kid's furniture can breathe a sigh of relief and rest easy,...

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Children's Furniture Gallery Offers New Furniture Choices and Convenience in One Giant Location

Oct 4 2013, 5:47am CDT | by PR.com

London, Canada, October 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Parents that are partaking in the time-honoured, stressful tradition of shopping for kid's furniture can breathe a sigh of relief and rest easy, thanks to the Children's Furniture Gallery in London, a one-stop shop for everything from bunk beds to car seats for babies, toddlers, teens and tweens.

Founded in 1991 when Harold Duesbury, founder and owner of the Dependable Diaper Service, took the risk of buying a used crib and offering it for sale, the Children's Furniture Gallery has grown significantly from a few pre-owned dressers, strollers, gliders and other items here and there into a gigantic, new all-in-one location that offers parents a wide range of choice and convenience. It consists of children's furniture and two additional stores – the Bedroom Furniture Gallery and the Rocking Chair Gallery – in one location, and all three of these stores are proud to specialize in quality furniture, over 85% of which is Canadian-made.

Customers shopping for kid's furniture will enjoy the store's unique layout that allows them to view the various items for sale as though they were in their own home, and will not be subject to high pressure sales tactics, as this is a family-owned business with a non-commission based staff. They will also be offered a wide selection of sizes and colours for each item, thanks to the Children's Furniture Gallery's efforts to provide their customers with a variety of choices when they're shopping.

Although the inventory may have grown and changed drastically in the past twenty years, Harold founded the Children's Furniture Gallery on the same principles on which he founded his first business: reliability, service and education.

Parents shopping for kid's furniture can skip the stressful part and enjoy the choice and convenience of an all-in-one location at the Children's Furniture Gallery. For more information on the products they carry, visit http://www.childrensfurnituregallery.com/ or contact them directly.

Contact information:

Children's Furniture Gallery
1040 Wharncliffe Road South
London, ON N6L 1H2
Phone: 519-649-2590
Toll-Free: 1-800-613-9280

Since that day over two decades ago, Children's Furniture Gallery has grown into a gigantic southern Ontario Furniture store, and also includes the Bedroom Furniture Gallery and Rocking Chair Gallery in one convenient location in London, ON. All three stores specialize in quality furniture, over 85% of which is Canadian-made, and offer customers a unique layout in which they can view the different items that are available for sale as if they were in their own home.

Contact Information:
Children's Furniture Gallery
Harold Duesbury
519-649-2590
Contact via Email
www.childrensfurnituregallery.com

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