Weir's Furniture

    Our History

    Tradition never goes out of style.

    It was March 19th, 1948, when J. Ray Weir, son of a furniture merchant and known as Ray to family and friends, opened the first Weir’s Furniture Company in a modest 20' by 70' storefront on Knox Street. Since that day, the company has grown to include five locations and over 300 associates.

    Here’s a look into some pivotal moments in our history.

    March 19, 1948

    On March 19th, second generation furniture merchant J. Ray Weir opens Weir’s Early American Shop on Knox Street in Dallas. For the next 24 years, he immerses himself in his business, buying all the furniture for the store, uncrating it and hand-polishing each piece himself. He waits on customers, makes deliveries in his 1937 Chevy truck, and eventually acquires neighboring storefronts to expand.

    October 10, 1972

    Ray and his wife Bea retire and pass the torch to their son Dan.

    March 19, 1998

    In honor of the company’s 50th anniversary, Weir’s breaks ground on a second store in Plano, Texas, with three generations of family members present. A special Family Declaration was signed reiterating their commitment to the Weir’s vision statement: “We are committed to honor the Lord Jesus Christ in all we do by operating Weir’s and all affiliated businesses according to Biblical principles.”

    October 25, 1999

    Weir's opens a store in Plano.

    June 19, 2003

    Dan Weir hands the reins to his nephew Mark Moore.

    December 6, 2007

    Weir’s opens a third store in Southlake.

    March 12, 2011

    Weir’s opens in Farmers Branch. This location includes new corporate offices, a warehouse and a premium outlet.