Since 1951, Forsey’s has furnished homes and designed beautiful spaces throughout Utah.

Known for carrying the highest quality in home furnishings at affordable prices and offering unmatched customer service, Forsey’s continues to be a one-stop destination for customers who want a truly magnificent home. Because of this dedication to service and quality, Forsey’s has fostered a reputation as one of Utah’s most innovative home furnishings and interior design destinations.


Forsey’s has long-standing relationships with the industry’s most highly regarded and well-known manufacturers including Century, Hickory Chair, Taylor King, Thayer Coggin, Hancock and Moore, Gat Creek, Precedent and many more. Forsey’s is also the exclusive Sticley Furniture dealer for the state of Utah and has a large gallery dedicated to the manufacturer.


With its new versatile design center, veteran design staff, top-of-the-line product offerings and focus on exceptional service and quality, Forsey’s is a local leader in home furnishings and interior design.

“We take our work seriously; it’s a family tradition that spans three generations. We use our knowledge of design, product and quality to make sure our clients get the spaces they need and want.” – Jack Forsey, Vice President and General Manager

Ask the Expert


What Sets Your Work Apart?

Forsey’s has been in business almost 70 years. We have an unwavering dedication to domestic furniture manufacturing and quality craftsmanship. We never sacrifice quality or service for a sale and pride ourselves on providing an unmatched customer experience.

What Inspires You?

Our customers’ visions of what a home should be. Turning an idea into a beautiful reality and seeing how that can change lives for the better.

Key to Keeping it Fresh:

Don’t be afraid of a little color. Often, the key to updating a space is as simple as adding a splash of color. Accent chairs, rich leathers and even beautiful wood finishes on stand-alone pieces can breathe life back into a room.

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