After attending High Point University, Drew McInturff decided to call High Point, North Carolina - the furniture capital of the world - home. As a Design Consultant at the world's largest furniture store, Drew is excited to help you discover home design solutions that are stylish and functional. When you schedule a design consultation with Drew, he'll make sure you have fun and get inspired about your home design.
In an ever-evolving industry, Drew knows there's an optimal solution for your home. For this reason, he stays up-to-date on the latest innovative designs and puts himself in your shoes to make the best decision in every design situation.
He's passionate about making everyone he comes into contact with feel seen and valued. "Often people must make decisions for others and put others first, but furniture design is one part of life that allows you to follow your heart and make decisions that make your hopes and desires come true."
Drew McInturff is a delightful person to work with! He was patient and considerate; he even went out of his way to get my husband a wheelchair to navigate better. Drew answered all of our questions, and even went to bat for us when I asked him if FLS gave a break to veterans!
He listened carefully to what we thought we were looking for, and showed us wonderful recliners which suited us to a "T". Drew did a spectacular job helping us, and we will be back! - Kathleen T.
I worked with Drew McInturff and had a wonderful experience! Drew was an extremely smart Design Consultant who knew his stuff, listened well, was incredibly creative. He guided me to the four custom chairs I sought, a sofa I didn't think even existed let alone at this price, and to three highly unusual abstract pieces that as a sculptor I wasn't expecting.
Beauty, comfort, and the not-ordinary-seen-elsewhere quality ... I'm no gusher; this was a solid experience and when we spend in this way, it is satisfying and adds meaning to concept of "home". Now I see why people travel this far, save on delivery and don't settle for genericism. Thanks Drew McInturff! - Cecilia C.