A spotlight on Sheraton Furniture in Willoughby

Seasonal Selections 

One of several showrooms at Sheraton Furniture in Willoughby. Jstyle Photo / Alexandra Golden.

By Alexandra Golden

Larry and Lori Weisman are the third-generation husband and wife duo to run and own Sheraton Furniture in Willoughby. 

It started with Larry Weisman’s grandparents, Myer and Anna Weisman, who founded Weisman Furniture in downtown Cleveland in 1935, according to Sheraton Furniture’s website. Then in 1961, Myer and Anna’s son, Morris, and his wife, Shirley, started their own branch of the family furniture company, called Sheraton Furniture. Larry and Lori Weisman eventually took over the business from his parents. 

Sheraton Furniture, located at 3906 Erie St., offers custom-built furniture, specializing in Amish-built furniture. It has more than 3,000 custom fabrics to choose from, according to the website. And, Larry Weisman notes that blues, greens and gold are currently trending for furniture colors. Jstyle stopped by recently to check out a few fashionable pieces to highlight.  

Flexsteel Lakewood sofa in color sea spray with two accent pillows in cloud. Jstyle Photo / Amanda Koehn
Craftmaster small storage ottoman with Kaydence 41 family life performance fabric on the bottom and Meera 45 on top.
Jstyle Photo / Amanda Koehn
A Darby swivel glider in graphite.
Jstyle Photos / Amanda Koehn
Best Home Furnishings Kahlari swivel glider in 26737 Domino, a classic cowhide pattern. Jstyle Photos / Amanda Koehn
There are hundreds of fabric options for customers to choose from at Sheraton Furniture. Jstyle Photo / Alexandra Golden

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