Whether furnishing your first home, outfitting the bedroom of your dreams, or simply replacing a mattress that no longer offers the comfort you need, the Ashley Home Store team are your trusted local experts.

Whether furnishing your first home, outfitting the bedroom of your dreams, or simply replacing a mattress that no longer offers the comfort you need, the Ashley Home Store team are your trusted local experts.

A good night’s sleep starts here!

From your bed to a quality, comfy-for-you mattress, find your perfect fit at Ashley Home Stores

You know the importance of a good night’s rest.

But you might not know how easy it is to find it!

Whether you’re furnishing your first home, outfitting the bedroom of your dreams, or simply replacing a mattress that no longer offers the comfort you need, your go-to source for quality home furnishings is also your trusted source for mattresses.

Your locally owned Ashley Home Store features both a full range of bedroom suites among its extensive home furnishing collections, and a wide selection of mattresses. Finding the right one is the key, and their trained staff can help.

  • Try your mattress on for size … and fit: Like a supportive pair of shoes or an ergonomic office chair, fit matters for your mattress.That means you need to try a few out for qualities like support (soft, plush, medium or firm), style (do you like a pillow top or Euro top, far example) and technology – do you prefer spring, foam, latex or memory foam? All Ashley HomeStore sales staff are fully trained to conduct a proper mattress fitting.
  • Consider your space. You may dream of a stretching out in a king-size bed, but will your bedroom space accommodate the dream? Conversely, if you’re reaching six feet tall, tucking into a twin may leave you cramped for style. It’s important to size up a new mattress both for the space and the sleeper! Ashley carries twins, kings and everything in between, making it easy to find the right size for you.
  • Consider your budget: Like Ashley Home Stores’ furnishings, available in a variety of price points, you’ll also find mattresses to suit just about any budget and need, ranging from their own Ashley-manufactured mattresses, to mattresses from brands like Stearns & Foster, Sealy, Springwall and Tempur-Pedic. There’s even the easy-to-unpack Ashley Sleep Chime Memory Foam Mattress in a Box!
  • Does it adjust? Ashley HomeStore mattresses also fit an adjustable bed, ensuring your comfort whether you’re sleeping, reading or catching up on your favourite Netflix show.

Of course, your mattress is just part of your good night’s sleep. Don’t forget a pillow – an essential component of your mattress fitting – and a fresh new bedding set for the ultimate cosy finish.

No matter the vision you have for your home, the Ashley team can help you realize it. Ashley HomeStores of Vancouver are locally owned and operated, serving not only the Abbotsford community but all of the Lower Mainland. Discover the possibilities for your home in-store and get inspired online at ashleyhomestore.ca

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