Hello and welcome to Red Barn Furniture Outlet, where savvy Colonial Beach shoppers ALWAYS find classic and chic designs but at closeout prices! We don’t hold sales because we don’t need to. Our many friends will tell you of the home design dreams they’ve made real thanks to our massive 50,000-square-foot store. We operate under the idea that the hardworking household deserves a break for a change. So this is THE place, Colonial Beach’s destination store, to get that excellent dining set or home office desk for receiving clients at your house. We make it EASY by putting all this furniture excellence under one roof!
Make your front room the showplace it’s MEANT to be thanks to gorgeous living room furniture on hand for less at Red Barn! This is your chance to impress your guests. But good living room pieces are also comfortable enough for everyday use, be it study sessions or TV watching, not just for show. When you’ve got a lot of living room to fill, check out our selection of affordable sectional sofas! Our friends tell us they love our 2-piece sectional with ultra-resilient foam cushions wrapped in DuraBlend faux leather in an inviting shade of chocolate brown. It comes with a chaise so you can really lie back and relax. And on top of that, check out this sectional sofa’s lovely oversize ottoman, which can serve as a seat OR a coffee table! And if you’ve got a LOT of room, we have 8-piece sectionals to fill it so you can share the comfort.
One of our top-selling bedroom furniture ensembles is crafted of Virginia cherry by local artisans. This king bedroom set is all hardwood goodness wearing a glowing finish. The handsome king panel bed includes case goods built into the footboard to stow a change of linens or a blanket. Its solidly made companion pieces include a 7-drawer dresser with customizable hardware.
Here are a few local hardware stores in Colonial Beach, VA!
Rankin's True Value Hardware: 535 Euclid Ave, Colonial Beach, VA 22443
Colonial Beach’s rich cultural history is depicted in beautiful murals on buildings throughout Town, illustrating its bygone era, and evident in the form of the remaining 19th and early 20th century architecture.