Qihua furniture is located in Anji country,which is well-known as the famous town of chairs in China.

Our company is a professional manufacturer specializing in dining chair,tub chair,accent chair,sofa and ottomans.All of our products are strictly conforms to international quality standards and have been well received by clients in the Europe,North America,Australia,New Zealand and Middle east for fashionable style,superior quality,attractive designs,reasonable price and excellent service. These advantages ensure our competitiveness in the international market.If you are interested in any of our products please don't hesitate to contact us.

Our Advantage

Quality assurance

All our products are strictly in accordance with international quality standards


With novel styles, reasonable prices and excellent services, it has opened up markets in Europe, North America, Australia, and the Middle East.

Professional team

Professional technical team to provide you with high-quality products that meet the requirements

After-sales service

Perfect after-sales system to provide you with more intimate after-sales service, so that you have no worries

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