Haggard's Fine Furniture provides quality furniture, affordable prices and excellent service.



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Haggard's everyday low prices reflect a 40% off of Suggested Retail. You are welcome to come in at your convenience to view these fine brands and take advantage of our everyday low prices. We know that you have many choices when it comes to purchasing furniture and we appreciate it when you choose to visit Haggard's Fine Furniture. Here’s more info on our top two lines:

SMITH BROTHERS OF BERNE, INDIANA: Beautiful upholstered furniture, made with pride in the heart of America...Quality construction, comfort and style...at Smith Brothers it's been a way of life since 1926. Choose from hundreds of frame styles, and personalize with custom toss pillows, fringe, welt cord, wood trim, nailhead, and even fabric or leather collaging. All frames, seat foam cores, and spring units are covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

SIMPLY AMISH: At Simply Amish the term Amish isn’t a style. It's the standard of excellence by which all our solid wood Simply Amish furniture is handcrafted — this standard is desired by many and practiced by a very rare few. The quality of our solid wood Simply Amish furniture is in the fine details of solid wood drawers, that are hand-finished, inside and out, and it’s created by the skill of genuine craftsmen, which has been passed down from one generation to the next. But most of all, the quality of Simply Amish furniture is in the beauty of America’s richest hardwoods, hand-crafted and hand-finished in the heartland of America in a wide variety of styles — from country cabinets that are the hallmark of Americana to contemporary designs that say, “Move over Herman Miller, the Amish are in the house.”

Haggard's celebrated its 100th anniversary in January, 2016.  The Haggard's team is thankful for its longstanding relationship with Oklahoma City metro area and state-wide families.  We look forward to continuing our current customer relationships and building new ones.