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.
We published the first group of retailers ranked 101-125 on May 8 and are continuing with 25 additional entries each week through the week of June 11. This is our third installment which starts out with Casper Sleep ranked at 51 and ends with Brooklyn Bedding ranked at 75.
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Company also operates The Dump outlet stores nationwide.
|52||Broad River Retail||$280.0||$201.8||38.8%||31/|
Charlotte Business Journal named Broad River one of its Fast 50 honorees, marking the area’s fastest-growing companies.
Plans are to open a distribution center in early 2024 in West Columbia, South Carolina.
|54||El Dorado Furniture||$274.5||$268.2||2.4%||18/|
Company is the largest Hispanic-owned furniture retailer in the United States.
Chain was named after the son of founder Jim Navarra; Jerome Navarra has now operated the company for nearly 50 years.
|56||Baer’s Furniture Co.||$267.2||$250.0||6.9%||17/|
Florida retailer is in its fourth generation of family ownership.
Retail revenue fell by double digits for this Texas-based retail chain.
|58||Big Sandy Superstore||$231.1||$230.0||0.5%||30/|
The company relocated its offices to downtown Ashland, Ohio.
Owner Jim McIngvale, who often ties promotions to the outcomes of Houston-area sporting events, has a seven-figure NIL deal with the University of Houston basketball team.
Company co-founder Ed Kalin passed away in June 2022; co-founders and cousins Maurice and Thelma Rothman went on to expand the chain, while Kalin had operated a separate set of stores in Florida.
The fourth-generation family-owned company intends to add two stores in Illinois.
This Midwestern retailer recently relocated its store in Algonquin, Illinois.
|63||Levin Furniture & Mattress||$216||$215||0.5%||28/28|
Co-CEOs John and Matt Schultz also own John V. Schultz Furniture and Ashley HomeStores in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
At more than 1.3 million square feet, Furnitureland South is the world’s largest furniture store.
|65||Macy’s Furniture Gallery||$174.8||$212.4||-17.7%||50/|
Macy’s CEO Jeff Gennette has announced plans to retire in 2024. Tony Spring will come over from the company’s Bloomingdale’s wing to assume the role.
|66||Tuft & Needle||$171.8 $171||$0.5||20.0%||NA|
Company owner Serta Simmons Bedding filed for bankruptcy in early 2023 amid nearly $2 billion in debt.
|67||1915 South dba Ashley HomeStore||$168.6||$144.7||16.5%||28/|
The company added stores in Florida and Georgia in 2022.
|68||Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams||$158.6||$157.9||0.5%||27/29|
Furniture designer Rafael de Cardenas released his first commercial line through Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams in early 2023.
Network of independent mattress stores has 180 owners involved in its 300 stores.
|70||Bernie & Phyl’s Furniture||$156.2||$155.5||0.5%||9/|
Owners Bernie and Phyl Rubin opened the New England-based chain 40 years ago; it’s now under a third generation of ownership.
|71||The Original Mattress Factory||$155||$154.3||0.5%||114/|
Ohio-based company operates 12 factories in addition to 114 stores from Minnesota to Florida.
Recently earned Greenguard Gold and Global Organic Textile Standard certification for meeting new environmental standards.
|73||Sit N’ Sleep||$148.3||$147.6||0.5%||36/37|
Chain’s Studio City site was closed after the property the company was leasing was sold.
Lost $89.9 million companywide in 2022 but expects a turnaround in the second half of 2023, thanks in part to its acquisition of Intellibed.
|75||Bob Mills Furniture||$142||$148||-4.1%||10/|
Company is among the largest serving the area of Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas.