When our friends in Tappahannock need awesome discounts on ANY kind of home furniture or state-of-the-art mattress, Red Barn Furniture Outlet is here to serve, online and in-store! Stop putting your home design dreams on hold. When you shop smart at Red Barn Furniture Outlet, yes, you CAN afford that cool dining set or home office desk and chair. Our friendly and experienced sales team makes it easy with no pressure. And when you’ve made your selection of that fun kids’ bed set or wall-unit TV stand, our pickup or delivery means you can enjoy your purchase right away! Furniture financing or layaway are simple too. Build a good financial future AND make your home the showplace you know it can be! Here are Tappahannock’s favorite ways Red Barn makes it happen, and for MUCH less!
Make your house’s best shared space that much better thanks to Red Barn’s well-stocked bedroom furniture store. Enjoy living large on a budget thanks to one of our roomy king beds to sprawl on comfortably. These come as distinguished panel beds in colonial or rustic designs. Or maybe you prefer the opulence of one of our Victorian-style poster beds or modern storage beds with drawers and cubbies. These bedroom sets have handsome companion pieces such as nightstands with USB ports and tall chests of drawers with dovetail-constructed case goods.
Think you’ve seen it all? Wait till you take in our living room furniture store’s unparalleled selection and STEEP savings! That’s right. At this furniture outlet store you can fit out your living room to impress with subtle refinement as well as make your guests comfortable. Choose from luxurious sectional sofas with chaise options in fine polyester or polyurethane. Wild about sofa sets? One of our top-selling family-friendly transitional designs gives you a sofa and loveseat in stainproof Nuvella performance fabric. Complete your living room’s new look with some fun accent pillows or an oversize ottoman!
Tappahannock (“Tappahannocke”) is an Indian name meaning “on the rise and fall of water.” Rappahannock , the name of the river, means “rise and fall of water.”