My husband and I recently bought a house in the area and now have a big house to furnish. Hearing good things about Stacy Furniture from friends, we stopped into the showroom in Allen, TX. From the minute we walked in, I felt stalked by the sales staff. There weren't many actual customers in the place--even with a big sale taking place--so it felt like all of the sale staff were watching us hungrily. The lady who greeted us and told us to "yell if you need me" was no more than 10 paces behind me while my husband and I tried to browse the store. Every time I stopped to look at a bed or table, she was there telling me the history of the company and about their current sale. We tried to tell her that we wanted to look, but she kept following us. Ignoring her seemed to make it worse, so we ended up leaving after just taking a few pictures and barely looking at furniture.
Later in the day, we stopped at the Stacy Furniture in Plano, TX. When a member of sales staff there greeted us, we told him that we would come find him if we had any questions and thankfully he left us alone. However, when I went to ask him a question, he mostly ignored me and answered my question to my husband then walked over to hand my husband his card. Very rude and sexist behavior!
I'm not sure if we'll go back to Stacy Furniture or not. Out of the places we've visited so far, I'd recommend Garland Furniture for customer service and quality furniture. Very friendly and helpful staff that will let you browse the store without a chaperon. I just wish we seen something there we liked!