When it’s time to give a fresh look to one or several rooms, DeYoung Interiors wants to be your home away from home. Ever since Nick and Cora DeYoung began their furniture business 85 years ago, the family has focused on maintaining a neighborly relationship with customers. The DeYoung sons have retired and now their sons and sons-in-law continue to offer fine furniture and accessories to valued customers.
You’ll find your style in their spacious, 27,500-square-foot showroom, where co-owners John and Gerald DeYoung, Robert Scheuneman, and Thomas McGehee have carefully selected the best names in fine furniture. You’ll choose from more than 80 brands in the store, including such favorites as Thomasville, Smith Bros., La-Z-Boy, Lexington, and so many more.
If you’ve a good idea of just want you want, knowledgeable sales associates can facilitate your choices; all have from 15 to 30 years’ experience. “Or you can visit our design center,” says John DeYoung. “We have professional and experienced licensed interior designers who will help you choose style, fabric, color, and price. We make sure you have the look you’ll love.”
Select a style from the many options right in the showroom, or plan with an interior designer for a unique look that’s all your own. We’ll help choose custom window treatments and custom flooring, too—even paint color
You can also choose our in-home consultation service, and of course DeYoung Interiors stands behind the products we sell. Customer satisfaction? Absolutely! "If it isn't right, we'll make it right.” Here’s what a customer has to say: “The selection at DeYoung is outstanding. We have always found what we needed...They stand behind their products with excellent customer service,” says Joseph Laninga, Executive Director at Bethshan Association. Customers will find more testimonials at deyoungandsons.com, along with the incredibly convenient inquiry site and a listing of top brand names.
“We know people can spend their hard-earned money anywhere. We want to be their home for home furnishings.”