By Sharon Still

LandmarkLogoLandmark Quality Furniture and Consignment can help give homes a fresh new look for spring. Under the new ownership of Eric Atkinson and George LaFauci, customers will experience excellent service, quality, better pricing and extended store hours. 

Landmark Quality Furniture specializes in furniture consignment. The showroom consists of upscale consignment pieces as well as new items, one-of-a-kind home furnishings, an art gallery and designer accessories to fit a variety of tastes and budgets.

Atkinson has been a business owner in the Brandon area for over 20 years and LaFauci, with 30 years of experience in the furniture industry, was formerly an associate at Home Accessory Center in Brandon.

“Under the new ownership, we are set apart from other furniture consignment stores because of our great pricing, constant flow of merchandise, one-of-a-kind pieces as well as our level of service,” said LaFauci.

Landmark Quality Furniture offers classic, traditional, vintage, antiques, retro, art deco, transitional and contemporary furniture with an ever-changing inventory.

“Once you step into Landmark Quality Furniture, you will see why we are the leading Tampa – Brandon Furniture store,” commented Atkinson. “You can expect a much better and broader selection of merchandise than at other consignment stores in the area.”

For added convenience, customers can shop online, payment is accepted over the phone, all major credit cards are accepted, layaway is offered, plus delivery and pick up service are available.

For consignment, Landmark Quality Furniture is currently accepting gently-used or new living room, bedroom and dining room furniture, also accessories, art and mirrors. 

Landmark Quality Furniture and Consignment is located at 113 S. Parsons Ave. (at the corner of S.R. 60 and Parsons Ave.),  formerly Mulberry Street. Store hours are Monday through Saturday from 11a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday from 12 Noon-4 p.m. Visit the company’s Facebook page or or tampabay for selection and details. The store can be reached at 643-4300.

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