Iconic North Sacramento Retailer Shutting its Doors

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Taber Furniture Company announced it will be going out of business this year. The family owned and operated business has been around since 1934 and is considered a North Sacramento landmark.

Located on Del Paso Boulevard, the furniture company has been serving the Uptown Sacramento and Del Paso Boulevard neighborhoods for more than 8- years. Once renowned for providing well-picked antique, vintage and collectible estate furniture, all of the store's inventory will be available at a discount as part of its massive liquidation process.

“It’s definitely the end of an era, brick and mortar just isn’t what it used to be anymore,” said Dawn Taber Schneider. “Over the years, people may not have known the name of the business on our building, but they would recognize the building. That’s what I’ll remember the most, customers always recognized our building on Del Paso Boulevard.”

The Taber family will be hosting a farewell reception from noon to 4 p.m. at the store on Saturday, May 20. The public is invited to attend.