Eureka Furniture Imports opens Ashley store in New South Wales, Australia

BATHURST, New South Wales Australia – On August 5, Eureka Furniture Imports (Eureka Furniture) celebrated the grand opening and ribbon cutting of its new 7,276 sq. ft. Ashley Furniture HomeStore showroom located in Bathurst on 240 Sydney Rd, Bathurst NSW 2795.

Eureka Furniture owns four additional Ashley Furniture HomeStores throughout Australia. This is the first Ashley Furniture HomeStore in the state of New South Wales. The Bathurst store will employ about five people.

Ashley Furniture, one of the world’s best-selling home furnishing brands, has more than 1,125 retail locations worldwide.

“The response leading up to this event has been tremendous,” said Michael Pearson, store manager. “We’re proud to serve the Bathurst community as the number one selling furniture store brand. We look forward to earning our customer’s loyalty and trust while promoting the Ashley brand.”

The showroom features complete lifestyle vignettes, including lighting, rugs and wall art. Product categories include bedroom, dining room, upholstery, leather, occasional tables, home office, youth bedroom, recliners, mattresses and accessories. Technology enhances the environment, incorporating various elements to improve the customer shopping experience.

Ashley Furniture HomeStore hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Follow Eureka Furniture on Facebook or Instagram to stay up to date with products, promotions and events.

One thought on “Eureka Furniture Imports opens Ashley store in New South Wales, Australia

  1. on’t buy anything made by Ashley furniture. It is junk!
    Per Consumer Reports:￾a5751689199/
    Quotes: “For example, respondents felt the products at RH are too expensive—while Ashley Furniture
    HomeStore drew complaints of damaged items and missing parts, that the quality, comfort, or color
    wasn’t as expected, and delivery delays.”
    “Walk-in furniture shoppers in our survey reported having the best experience at Stickley and Room &
    Board. Costco and independent retailers also received high marks overall. Among the worst-rated
    walk-in stores were Walmart and Ashley Furniture HomeStore.”

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