Sleep X specializes in hand-built furniture from solid BC wood, including their signature product the cabinet bed.

Sleep X specializes in hand-built furniture from solid BC wood, including their signature product the cabinet bed.

Shop local, save money and sleep easy!

Buy a bed from this Abbotsford craftsman and you’ll be supporting the community — as well as your rest

Take a look around your home: do you know who built your furniture, or where it comes from?

Every purchase in your home is an opportunity to reinforce your values: investing locally sustains your neighbourhood economy, investing in quality reduces your environmental impact and is affordable over the long term, and buying from a Canadian family-run business means you can trust in great customer support.

When you bought your sofa, who did you support? And how long do you expect it to last?

“We specialize in hand-built furniture from solid BC wood,” says Jesse Flora of Sleep X in Abbotsford. “If you invest in quality you only need to buy it once. You buy it for life.”

Sleep X Sleep Solutions, formerly known as Canadian Furniture Factory Outlet, has been providing well-crafted furniture in Abbotsford since 1991, and focuses on small space solutions. Jesse’s father, Paul Flora is the designer and patent-holder for Sleep X’s signature product, the cabinet bed, which stores a comfortable mattress inside an attractive cabinet.

“Families living in town homes, condos and apartments are keen to maximize limited space, and the cabinet bed is a great way to create a dual purpose room,” Jesse Flora says. “Keep your comfortable, quality guest bed folded up in a stylish piece of furniture, and use the space for exercise or entertainment during the day.”

Affordable, reliable

Over nearly 30 years in business Sleep X has nurtured relationships with other local manufacturers to offer quality, Canadian-made products at impressive prices.

“Our mattresses are made locally, either on Annacis Island in Delta, or in south Surrey. Not only is that great for ensuring safe, durable components, it also means you’re serviced right away if anything goes wrong,” Flora says. Need a custom mattress for an RV, trailer or custom bed? Sleep X can help you find an affordable solution, right here in Abbotsford.

“We focus on quality products that are affordable and built to last,” Flora says. “Big box stores and online retailers use particle board and MDF to cut costs, but those materials can sag under heavy weight and will warp with any moisture exposure. That’s why we insist on birch plywood, solid wood, natural latex and other quality materials.”

Now more than ever it’s important to support Canadian businesses, and an investment at Sleep X is an investment in your local economy. Find Sleep X products, like the cabinet bed and Canadian-made quality products, at the outlet store at 32346 S Fraser Way for deals on everything from floor models to custom pieces.

Stop by today to take advantage of the store’s massive liquidation sale, offering up to 80 per cent off all floor models!

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Now more than ever it’s important to support Canadian businesses and your local economy, says Jesse Flora of Sleep X.

Now more than ever it’s important to support Canadian businesses and your local economy, says Jesse Flora of Sleep X.

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