Lizell Office Furniture Relocates Showroom

The new showroom isn't much farther from their current space.
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Lizell Office Furniture of Montgomeryville, PA will move its showroom into a smaller space not far from its current location at 724 Bethlehem Pike. Well, they’re actually just moving next door to 641 Bethlehem Pike. Lizell’s current showroom, which is 5,000 sq. ft., will remain open for the next two or three months until the new showroom opens. The company’s corporate office will remain on the second floor of the building 724 Bethlehem Pike, while the lower level, previously used as the showroom, will be put up for lease.

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The 2,000 sq. ft. space at 641 Bethlehem Pike. was previously an Anderson Window Company showroom. Owner Tony Lizell, who owns both buildings, said that he decided to downsize his showroom due to changing consumer trends. Whereas the company used to sell a lot of wooden desks and seats, consumers are now opting for laminate desks that are composite pieces that allow for multiple configurations in addition to steel-made chairs.

“As a result, we don’t really need all that space anymore for those kinds of products on display,” Lizell told What Now Philadelphia. “So, we’re bringing down our core products into the showroom for what the market is buying today.”

The company will host a showroom clearance sale with savings of up to 60 percent off in about four or five weeks. Lizell’s parents started the company in 1974 as a stationery and office supply store in Landsdale. Lizell transitioned the company into only selling office furniture. In addition to furnishing everything from small home offices to large corporate offices, Lizell offers design and office space planning. Learn more at


D.G. Sciortino is a journalist, digital media specialist, and founder of Westchester Woman. She has over a decade of experience and has been published on sites like Patch, Reader’s Digest, and Sweet and Savory. D.G. is a fan of comedy and rock and roll and loves crafting works of fiction that inspire love and humanity.
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