About Todays Furniture and Bedding
About Todays Furniture
Todays Furniture is a family owned business which has been providing furniture for families in Western Sydney for over 35 years. Our stores have amalgamated into one large store in Vineyard (just 5 minutes east of Windsor).
We stock a mix of locally made and imported pieces, including furniture using Australian and recycled timbers.
However, as much as possible we prefer to support local industry and furniture makers, and to source furniture made from sustainable timbers.
Having a relationship with local furniture makers also allows us to offer custom made pieces to suit individual needs.
Our philosophy is to treat customers with respect and loyalty, offering the personal service and attention to detail that we ourselves would wish to receive.
We strive to make the furniture buying experience easy and enjoyable, with the best possible outcome for each customer.
About Unified Homemaker Stores
Unified Furniture Organisation is a group of independently owned Furniture and Bedding stores that have a common goal of providing the best quality products at the best price possible.
The Group was formed over 25 years ago by a small number of members who owned their stores and wanted to buy better products at competitive prices to serve their customers and have a combined advertising power.
The group meets regularly to discuss retail issues, select core products and has a monthly newsletter to help inform and educate its members.
There are now 4 colour catalogues produced each year, with exclusive product lines and other commonly needed lines from furniture and bedding.
The catalogues showcase classic styles and also bring new products with the latest innovations to our customers.
Buying from a Unified Furniture Organisation group member means that you are:
- Buying a quality item from reliable manufacturers
- Supporting your local business
- Buying from a group that is able to give you, the customer, the best possible price
- The ability to source products from the local market