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Underpriced Furniture proudly carries Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines

March 13, 2017

 Style | Elegance | Quality That is what Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines brings to the table. The star of the hit remodeling television show, Fixer Upper, has launched a beautiful line of design inspired furniture. The Magnolia Home brand is filled with an eclectic collection of high quality furniture, and when you buy at Underpriced Furniture,…

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October 4, 2016

  There is a reason that all hospitals have adjustable beds. The health benefits are obvious: increased blood circulation, less spinal pressure, easier time breathing, acid reflux relief, along with many more. Underpriced Furniture is proud to carry a wide range of adjustable bases to help improve your lifestyle. New to our floor is the…

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Tis’ the season… the season of FOOTBALL!

September 5, 2016

Tis’ the season… the season of FOOTBALL!                 What better time to invest in a new recliner than football season. Picture this: It’s game day, 20 minutes to kick off. You have your drink, your chips and dip, you’re surrounded by loved ones, and an uncomfortable sofa or chair to sit in. Talk about ruining a…

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Sizing up your bed options?

March 22, 2016
sizing up your mattress

Sizing up your bed options? Modern day beds come in a variety of sizes, and frankly, they can get pretty confusing. Twin, full, queen, king, eastern king, California king, double, twin extra-long, single? What do all these terms mean and what should I buy? With so many options and terms, it can be hard to…

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January 28, 2016


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Here at Underpriced Furniture, we employ a design team to help our customer’s envision what their new pieces will look like in their home. Their sole job is to make sure our furniture looks the best it possibly can. A touch of color and style can utterly transform a room. They also strive to provide design inspirations for our customers by choosing complementary color palates and patterns that help bring the furniture to life.

Do you have an eye for design? Underpriced Furniture wants to see.

We are running a very exciting contest for the month of February. Here is how it works.

Step 1– Purchase furniture from Underpriced Furniture at any point thus far in 2016.

Step 2– Decorate your new room in the style of your choosing with the items you purchased. We want to see rugs, lamps, pictures, bedding. We are looking for the whole package. (Bonus points for using accessories also purchased from UPF)

Step 3– Post your best picture to our page. (Only one picture, so make it count)

Step 4– Our design team will choose a winner at the beginning of March.

That winner will receive all of the items pictured, that they purchased from Underpriced Furniture in 2016, FREE.

The submission period begins February 1st and ends at midnight February 29th.

May the best designer WIN!!!

Tips to cozy up your home!

January 26, 2016
cozy blog

The weather outside is frightful, so how do I make my room more delightful? We are in the middle of winter in Georgia and the temperature has finally dropped. It’s cold. It’s Rainy. It’s the perfect time to make your room a little more snuggly. Let’s look at a few different ways you can cozy…

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Who is Underpriced Furniture?

January 22, 2016


As a family owned company, it is important for us to stay in touch with our customers. We wanted to take the time to offer a peek behind the curtain.

Our journey has been a long and winding one. We began in Atlanta as Waterbed Showcase, dealing only waterbeds. Opening a small store on “Furniture Row” in Norcross, competition was fierce. There is no other higher concentration of furniture stores in the state and Waterbed Showcase constantly found itself struggling to stay on top of the competition. As time passed and business grew Waterbed Showcase evolved into Plan-it-Oak. We expanded from just waterbeds to all solid oak furniture. We added staff and bought extra space in our small location. We added a fully functioning warehouse to the rear of our location and sold and shipped all furniture in one spot. During this age of furniture, wait times for products to arrive from manufactures could be as long as 2-3 months. After growing a loyal customer base and struggling through delayed manufacture ship dates and ever climbing prices, our owners decided there had to be a better way. Underpriced Furniture was born. The goal: offer an incredible value on quality furnishings at the absolute lowest prices. How do we do that? The first step was negotiating better prices from out manufactures and instead of pocketing the difference, pass the savings on to our customers. The next step, put pressure on these manufactures to give us the products our customers want, immediately. Now Underpriced Furniture could offer the lowest pricings, on the best products, and deliver it within a week. We adopted a new motto: make a little, a lot of times. We wanted our customers, not just to buy a sofa or a chair, but to buy their entire home from us. We wanted them to tell our friends about us. Referred business was a major part of our customer base as we did not advertise. Underpriced Furniture grew. Quickly becoming a giant on the strip. This period in our company’s history marked a massive leap in our showroom. We purchased the entire building, effectively tripling our showroom size and make us one of the largest showrooms in Georgia, and we moved our warehouse off site to allow us to hold even more furniture. This allowed us to also offer one of the services we are most proud of: same day delivery to many local zones. It’s a practice that we continue today and constantly expand upon. Business had grown exponentially, our showroom was expanding and we were pushing the envelope with displays, adding color options vertically within the showroom to give our customers more options. Many companies would be satisfied. Not us. We wanted to offer the very best experience possible to our customers as well as the highest job satisfaction imaginable for employees. This is when we decided to make the switch from a commission sales staff; something that is unheard of in the retail sales industry. Not only does that increase job satisfaction with our employees by creating a team oriented environment, but also it removes the pressure that a commission sales person places on the customer. Customers can now shop with enjoyment and confidence, knowing that the sales staff is here to guide and help them, instead of pressure and influence them. Our goal is to make each and every customer feel like family.

This year marks our 30th year in business, and rest assured, Underpriced Furniture isn’t done yet. We will continue to push the envelope, constantly striving to provide a better experience for our customers. Stay tuned throughout the year for new and exciting announcements from UPF. We can’t wait to serve you better!

Light up your holidays!

December 8, 2015

Shining a light on great design      When thinking about enhancing the mood and feel of your space, don’t forget to look up. Lighting can be one of the most impactful aspects of great design. A properly lit room can be a very powerful thing, capable of enhancing a desired mood or even changing…

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Why You Need An Area Rug

September 23, 2015
Why Area Rug Really Final

So many times, customers come into our store in search of furniture items for a living room, bedroom or dining room. Meticulous in their search for that specific furniture item(s) that will set the overall look and tone for their individual living space while knocking a few socks off in the process. They’ll pick out…

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What Does It Mean To Be Fit For a Pillow?

August 11, 2015
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Quick – how old is your pillow? You know, the one you lay your head on every night. Chances are, you’ve had it for a while now and probably haven’t given much thought to how old it is or when you should replace it. Not to worry, however. Most people don’t. But that isn’t to say…

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