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A Message from Elie Samuel

Everyone loved working for my dad, including me. As a young boy, I remember my father’s passion for his business and for the people he worked with. I wanted to be like my dad. Someone that attracted great people that wanted to work for me. So, when I graduated college and opened my own furniture store right here in Whatcom County, it was a dream come true.

Furniture became a great passion. And my business has always been about being part of this community. Like many of us, I know how fortunate I am to live amongst the mountains, rivers, farmlands, lakes, and the islands stretching out to the sea.

But what captures my heart every day I live here are the people of our community. They’re doers, makers, dreamers … people who play hard, people who love their children the way I do. And people who are incredibly generous to one another. I feel so lucky to live here. And I’m proud to work with the best people I know, right here in Whatcom County. My name is Elie, and this is Samuel’s.