Bedroom Furniture Clinton
Since 1915, Lauters Fine Furniture has been committed to delivering the lowest prices on fine furniture to Clinton, NJ. Shop our bedroom furniture by brand.
It is our top priority to deliver the finest in bedroom furniture inventory, customer service and overall satisfaction to our valued customers. It is this honest, caring and professional service, for three generations, from our family to yours, which has made us the premier choice for home furnishing needs for almost a century.
Your bedroom furniture will be unpacked, inspected and deluxed prior to delivery to make sure you will be satisfied with your purchase. We deliver with our own delivery personnel and will set-up your bedroom furniture in your home, where you want it.
For more information on our free delivery and set-up for Clinton, NJ, or to learn more about our extensive range of manufacturers and furniture for the home, contact us today at 610-258-6246.
Why Shop at Lauters?
- Huge 35,000 Square Foot Showroom – Fully Accessorized
- Tremendous discounts on major furniture brands
- Quotes in 1 hour or less
- Knowledgeable, no-pressure sales staff
- Free delivery & setup in your home
DearLauter’s Furniture, I just wanted to reach out to you and mention that your two delivery men that visited my home yesterday and delivered and installed my new furniture are clearly the best my wife and I have ever had visit our home. They represented your fine Co. in a manner that my wife and I have never experienced before. They clearly are the best at their job and this email is necessary to recognize them. They were efficient, thorough, polite, honest and they did their job very, very well and represented Lauter’s in the highest manner. GREAT JOB.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH,
Mario Plandome Manor, NY.
I’m glad we took the time to stop at your store and experience the RIGHT way to buy furniture.
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Clinton is a small town in Hunterdon County, NJ with a population of just over 2700 people. The town is best known for its two mills which sit on opposite banks of the South Branch Raritan River. The Red Mill dates back to 1810 with the development of a mill for wool processing. Across from the river stands Stone Mill, home of the Hunterdon Art Museum for Contemporary Craft and Design.