When it comes to your home furniture, ONLY settle for the best. You live with your furniture choices for a LONG time. Choose wisely among gorgeous eclectic styles from trusted brands. Always count on the stock and service that Spiller Furniture & Mattress affords hardworking Prattville households like yours. We cut out the middleman so you get PURE savings with your cool new dining set or hardwood kids’ bunk beds. Tell your friends. A happy customer is our best advertisement. Here are some of the ways Spiller makes Prattville shoppers’ design dreams come true for their home decor.
Make your bedroom furniture the defining statement for your private, shared lair that it SHOULD be! It’s easy and affordable at Spiller, not to mention FUN! Our assortment of queen size beds covers every design era from Louis XIV to hip industrial with every stop in between. One of our Prattville customers’ all-time favorites is an ingeniously designed queen storage bed. This features finely constructed case goods in the side and footboard as well as shelves and cubbies in the low panel headboard. This queen bed is ideal for homes short on floor space but who want timeless style. Banish clutter forever and enjoy this queen bed with accompanying drawered nightstand and more.
Here is YOUR big chance to live large, impressing every guest with your subtle sophistication as a host. Get new living room furniture and completely change people’s perception of your home. It’s never been simpler than shopping at Spiller! There’s a reason sofa sets are so popular. Invite your guests to sit a spell and forget about workaday stress. One of our best-selling sofa and loveseat combos is in a classic New England style with distinguished upholstery and lovely wood frames. Another is an ultramodern reclining sofa set with deep foam cushions and faux leather upholstery so you can really kick back and relax!
Prattville, Alabama, a charming New England-style village nestled in the heart of the Deep South. Today, Prattville is the seat of government in Autauga County, founded in 1818, thus making it "a county older than the state."