Raymour and Flanigan Furniture, originally called Raymour’s Furniture, was established by brothers Bernard and Arnold Goldberg in 1947. The company is the largest furniture retailer in the Northeast and the 7th largest in the US overall.
The company has more than 110 locations in the Northeastern part of the US. Best known for its wide range of furniture, including cherry wood and denim sofas, Raymour has been expanding slowly, usually via acquisitions, such as Futurama in 2007 and Alpert’s Furniture,as well as Levitz Furniture in 2008.
In 2011, the company began to include other items to their line up, rather than rely on furniture alone. Popular household items that were added include rugs, lamps, wall art, throw pillows, and artificial plants and flower arrangements.
The company maintains a corporate office in Liverpool, New York.