The 4 best furniture stores in Colorado Springs

Platte Furniture. | Photo: Kyle K./Yelp

Looking to visit the best furniture stores in town?

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top furniture stores in Colorado Springs, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to venture next time you're in the market for furniture stores.

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1. Platte Furniture

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First on the list is Platte Furniture. Located at 2331 E. Platte Place, it is the highest-rated furniture store in Colorado Springs, boasting 4.5 stars out of 31 reviews on Yelp.

2. Cost Plus World Market

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Cost Plus World Market, a location of the chain located at 2985 New Center Point in northeast, is another top choice, with Yelpers giving the store 4.5 stars out of 15 reviews.

3. Denver Mattress Co.

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A member of the chain Denver Mattress Co. in northwest is another go-to, with four stars out of 19 Yelp reviews. Head over to 6320 Corporate Centre Circle, Suite DM, to see for yourself.

4. Woodley's Fine Furniture

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Over in northeast, check out Woodley's Fine Furniture, which has earned four stars out of 17 reviews on Yelp. You can find the store at 5655 N. Academy Blvd.

Deciding when to check out the top spots above? Saturdays tend to be the busiest days of the week for consumer spending at retail and wholesale businesses across the Colorado Springs area, while Tuesdays are least busy, according to data on local business transactions from Womply, a software provider that helps small businesses manage customers. Last year, average daily transactions at retail and wholesale businesses grew to 19 per business on Saturdays, compared to 12 daily transactions on average on Tuesdays.

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