Welcome to our second annual ranking of the Home News Now 125 Furniture and Bedding Retailers. The 125 listing is ranked by estimated 2022 furniture and bedding sales in the U.S. and includes both brick-and-mortar stores and e-tailers. Accessories, rugs and other revenue sources are not included. In the case of a tie, retailers are ranked by the percentage growth of furniture/bedding sales between 2021 and 2022.
All sales figures are estimates in millions of dollars and were compiled from a variety of sources including retailer input, publicly-held company SEC filings, news releases, store websites and industry news reports. Some calculations were also based on 2022 growth estimates from the U.S. Department of Commerce for furniture and home furnishings stores. Rent-to-own retailers were excluded from the ranking.
Another difference that readers will notice this year is that we start with numbers 101-125 and will work our way forwards, publishing 25 additional retailers each successive week until we reach the top-ranking 25. This week’s installment starts out with Exclusive Furniture ranked at 101 and ends with American Home Furniture and Mattress.
|US Furniture & Bedding Sales|
|US Furniture & Bedding Sales|
|% Change||Number of stores|
|101||Lack’s Valley Stores||$73.7||$73.4||0.5%||11/10|
Operates the largest furniture store in south Texas.
|102||Matter Brothers Furniture & Mattress||$72.7||$72.4||0.5%||10/10|
Company operates Matter Brothers stores, as well as Florida Leather Gallery showrooms.
Operates two of the top 10 dealer-operated La-Z-Boy stores in the nation.
Makes regular mattress donations to Las Vegas-area fire stations.
Serves as the parent company of Furniture & ApplianceMart, ApplianceMart and some Ashley HomeStores in Wisconsin.
The Plains States retailer lost co-founder Edward Conlin Jr., who died in April 2022.
Weir family was part of a redevelopment of the company’s facility in the Highland Park neighborhood of Dallas that opened in summer 2022.
Carries environmental certifications including Fair Trade, CertiPUR-US and Global Organic Latex Standard
|109||Green Front Furniture||$60.6||$62.7||-3.3%||3/3|
Company offers tours of its Farmville, Va., warehouse. The largest in the state, it’s so big that maps are made available.
|110||Knoxville Wholesale Furniture||$60.0||$59.4||1.0%||4/4|
Company was voted a Best Place to Work by Knoxville-based Cityview.
Has served New England since 1979.
|112||Old Brick Furniture & Mattress Co.||$52||$41.8||24.4%||8/8|
A new location in Amsterdam, N.Y., will open in summer 2023.
|113||The Great American Home Store||$50||$48.6||2.9%||4/2|
Each store features 128,000 square feet of showroom space.
|114||Georgia Furniture Mart||$47.43||$47.2||0.5%||2/1|
Added a store in Kennesaw, Ga., in April 2022.
Won best Furniture Store honors from Grand Rapids Magazine.
COO Lisa Hudak was additionally named president in 2022.
Company plants a tree for every delivery it makes.
|118||Red Mountain Retail||$44||$43.8||0.5%||10|
Company’s 10th Ashley store opened in Besser, Ala., in September 2022.
Company is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2023.
Company’s Anchorage store features a display of the 700-plus cookie jar collection of owner Ron Bailey.
|121||The Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse||$35.2||$35.1||0.5%||1/1|
Facility is lined with more than seven scale miles of model train track.
Company moved its corporate offices into a new Jacksonville building in spring 2023.
|123||American Home Furniture and Mattress||$31.1||$31||0.5%||5/5|
Upper middle to high-end Detroit-area retailer operating traditional/eclectic stores in Troy and Novi, Michigan, a contemporary specialty store in Southfield, Michigan as well as a 3-day Clearance Center in Farmington Hills, Mich.
|124||Gorman’s Home Furnishings & Interior Design||$28.0||$30.5||-8.2%||3/3|
President and CEO Tom Lias retired in 2023 after 40 years in those roles; John Moray was named CEO in April.
|125||Wright’s Furniture & Flooring||$12.1||$12.1||0.0%||4/4|
Company has added five options under its own private label, Wright Sleep Mattresses.