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Decorate Your New Home With Model Home Furnishings
When you get a new home, you sometimes need to get new stuff. Whether it's a few lightbulbs, or an entire new living room set, shopping can be fun. But shopping is even more fun when you feel like you're getting a deal.
That's why we often head over to Model Home Furnishings in Eagle, Idaho. Located on State Street, just east of Eagle Road, this charming store boasts an eclectic assortment of trendy furniture. Whether you like rustic pieces, or have modern taste, you'll find something at Model Home Furnishings to fit your home.
Model Home Furnishing's began as a supplier to contractors and builders who wanted to stage their new homes for prospective clients. Those same prices offered to professionals are now offered to the store's customers.
The store is open Monday through Saturday, from 11 am to 5pm. Delivery is also available for larger pieces. Employees are always friendly and helpful. Items can sometimes be purchased in the store, but oftentimes need to be ordered.
Make sure you also check out the clearance section when you visit, located in a storefront just a few doors down from the main store.
From headboards to lamps, pillows to sofas, make sure that you head to Model Home Furnishings next time you're in need!
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