When you’re kitting out your home with lovely furniture, always count on Ashley HomeStore’s extraordinary deals for hardworking households like yours. We specialise in bringing bargains from the world’s biggest manufacturer of home furniture and accent pieces to Randburg EVERY day. Here you can indulge your design fantasies for your lounge or media centre without paying a king’s ransom. Besides, while we LOVE Ashley furniture and think you will too, our HomeStore is primarily in the people business. Browse at your leisure with no pressure from our friendly staff, ready to answer queries about construction and materials and tot you up when you’re ready. From your first walkabout in our showroom to delivery and setup, you’ll find the Ashley HomeStore shopping experience the fun self-expression that cool home furniture SHOULD be! Here are some of Randburg’s favourite ways we make the magic happen for far less than you thought you’d pay.
When you want to unwind after a long day to relax and recharge, nothing beats one of our Ashley bedroom furniture ensembles for both style – so many choices! – and price. One of our top sellers comes from one of our ever-popular vintage-style collections. This brilliant king or queen bedroom set features a louvered panel bed in a textured, distressed farmhouse white finish and with latticework in the headboard. Veneers are mounted firmly to rugged engineered wood for superior service. You may choose among this fine bed’s accessory pieces including a stately 9-drawer dresser featuring English dovetail construction and an optional mirror, and a trim nightstand with a drawer and cabinet.
Entertain confidently thanks to fantastic-looking dining furniture from Ashley HomeStore. One of our customer’s-choice dining sets echoes Georgian style and features a gorgeous traditional wood extension table more than 2 metres long. It handily accommodates up to 8 guests on well-upholstered dining-room chairs with richly turned legs.
Randburg, residential town in Gauteng province, South Africa, bordering Johannesburg to the south.