Ipswich Furniture Court and Beds R Us is a family owned business where the emphasis is on supplying quality Furniture and Bedding in a helpful, friendly environment based on good old-fashioned service. Happy and satisfied customers are our best advertisement.
Established in 1985, the Furniture Court group has grown to 42 locations situated largely in Queensland as well as the Northern Territory and northern New South Wales.
Each store is independently owned and operated, dedicated to delivering quality furniture at an affordable price.
Name brands like La-z-boy, Zoletti, and Janda lounges, as well as a range of imported lines to meet the marketplace are stocked.
Our modern air-conditioned, well-stocked showroom includes a dedicated Beds R Us Bedding Department showcasing the huge range of Sleepyhead bedding. Our top quality mattresses and ensembles represent outstanding value and are made exclusively for Beds R Us by Sleepyhead –
recognised as world leaders in bedding technology.
Beds R Us is the largest independent bedding group in Australasia with buying power that enables us to pass savings on to our customers.
Our experienced sales team are trained to help you, the customer, choose the right product to suit your needs. If we don’t have it in stock, we will do our utmost to source it for you from our Australian or overseas suppliers.
As a further customer service, we employ our own delivery teams to get your purchases safely home to you. We cover the greater Ipswich city and regional areas as well as into metropolitan Brisbane, all at very reasonable rates.
Thinking Furniture and Bedding – think Ipswich Furniture Court and Beds R Us at 30 South Street, Ipswich. We’re open ‘7 Days’.
30, SOUTH STREET, IPSWICH, Ipswich, Queensland, 4305, Australia
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