The Dump, America’s number one furniture outlet, sells handmade rugs through its unique set of rules. These rugs are high-end, handmade household luxuries that will brighten up any room with its intricate patterns and colors. That being said, The Dump has decided to have a sale on these once highly-priced items.
This furniture outlet is known for its five rules. Amongst those five rules is its mission is to sell brand-name items to customers for realistic prices and in doing so, making sure they don’t get charged more than they should have. One way the store has sought to lower the sales costs for its customers is by operating only on weekends, Friday through Sunday.
Many of the luxury rug brands prices are being reduced. Depending on the brand, the low-cost prices range from approximately $115 to $2,000.
From Kashans to Serapis, America’s number one furniture outlet is selling rugs for prices that don’t come anywhere close to their handmade quality. A store that once prided itself on its sumptuous rug collection that totaled $30 million worth is now taking a major hit, according to the The Dump’s website.
To all the part-time and full-time interior decorator or those in need of a new entryway rug, this is quite a deal. However, for this luxurious furniture store, it is costing them a great deal. According to the furniture store’s website, reducing the prices of its rugs will cost the company millions of dollars.
The Dump furniture store came to Arizona in January 2010 and is located at 1345 W. Elliot Rd. in Tempe. The opulent furniture store is open Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information about The Dump’s deals and inventory, please visit www.thedump.com or reach the Tempe location by phone 480-403-9800.
Feature by: Shelby Hyde