When you have big design dreams for your home but are on a tight budget, new furniture from Brothers is just what you need. We help hardworking households like yours rethink rooms’ look and function. Dare to think like a designer. You don’t need a big expense account to have your own “as seen on TV” home makeover when you shop smart with Brothers. And when you are delighted with your new dining set or kids’ bunks, tell your friends and give us a few stars online. Your satisfaction is our best advertisement.
At last the sophisticated yet relaxing living room furniture you REALLY want is available for closeout prices! You want something durable enough for everyday use, not just for show. Yet your living room is your prime staging area as a host, your big chance to shine in the spotlight and make a great first impression. Choose among lovely and practical living room furniture sets such as our trim end tables perfect for accent lamps and photo displays. Or go for it with one of our many sofa sets in both traditional patterned fabric, with rolled armrests, and ultramodern designs with high-density foam stuffed into supple faux leather. If you’ve got the square footage, we even have the sectional sofa to fill it, from simple 2-piece models with chaise to 8-piece sprawling sectionals with amenities such as cupholders and storage consoles.
If circumstances or better bandwidth have freed you from an office building and commute, celebrate by purchasing awesome furniture at a bargain from Brothers! Our home office furniture store is well stocked with desks of all sizes for everything from simply parking and charging your laptop to stately executive desks with heirloom-quality woodwork details in rich finishes, perfect for receiving clients. Prefer standing while working? Check out our assortment of adjustable-height desks.
Haverford Township was laid out by William Penn as part of the Welsh Tract or Barony. In 1681, a representative group of Welsh Quakers met with Penn to discuss their settlement having purchased forty thousand acres of land which today comprises all of Haverford, Radnor and Lower Merion Townships.