Find furniture for every room in your home at Modern Home Furnishing.

5 reasons the time is right to update your home furnishings

Quality, selection and style are only the beginning

Furniture is an investment – one that not only serves your family’s practical needs, but also your home and personal style.

That’s the foundation of Surrey’s Modern Home Furnishing, and one customers wholeheartedly support, says Harpal Singh, noting that from bedroom suites and bunk beds to sofas and sectionals, new products and designs are always arriving.

And because style, size and colour preferences are unique to each customer, customizable options are plentiful.

“We wish our customers a very happy New Year and truly value the support they have showed us,” Singh says. “And for those looking for the perfect addition to their home this year, we’ll be pleased to help you find it!”

Visit to see why now is the time to bring a fresh, fabulous new look to your home:

1. Quality furniture is more accessible than you might think

When it comes to long-lasting, timeless furniture, nothing beats solid wood. “It’s challenging to find locally made solid wood furniture, but we’ve sourced a variety of quality manufacturers who will let you create your perfect piece,” Singh says.

2. Customize for your home

Forget ‘one size fits all’ furniture. Today’s quality manufacturers recognize that everyone’s home is different. Some need compact styles for condominium living, others have larger single-family homes to furnish, Singh explains. “We pride ourselves on providing furnishings to outfit just about every space.”

3. Suit your style

We’ve all lived with borrowed or inherited furniture at one time, especially when just starting out. But if you’re tired of living with someone else’s idea of a great-looking couch, the Modern Home Furnishing team can show you how you can choose the style, colour and pattern that suits your style. Customizable selections, allow you to pick and choose exactly what you want – including 16 different stains, more than 100 fabric options, and several varieties of solid wood.

4. Choose double-duty furnishings

If you’re in a smaller home or condominium, space is likely at a premium, which is why specially designed, double-duty furniture can be a life-saver. “For those looking for storage solutions, all of our beds come with the option of storage, and in various configurations,” Singh says.

5. Custom furnishings are closer than you think

While shoppers might worry about the time custom furnishings take might take, the majority of Modern Home Furnishing manufacturers are right here in B.C., so you’ll typically be enjoying your new sofa, bedroom suite or dining table in just four to six weeks, Singh says. Delivery options are also available.


Modern Home Furnishings specializes in Canadian-built solid wood furniture. In addition to the Surrey store, at #100-13479 76 Ave., you’ll find them in North Vancouver and Vancouver.


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