Occasional tables, are an easy way to add a pop of style and color to your home décor and brighten up your space. Our Occasional tables are functional, made from real wood and a great way to start your Amish Furniture journey. Here are three great pieces to showcase in your home.
Is solid wood better than veneer? Is veneer better than laminate? What exactly are the differences? Choosing new furniture for your home comes with lots of decisions, often starting with the type of material used in the pieces. Furniture made from laminate, veneer and solid wood all come with pros and cons. Understanding the differences among them helps you decide which furniture material is best for your home.
Live edge furniture is all the rage today creating a unique look that fits both rustic and contemporary settings with ease and brings elements of the outdoors inside. Curious about live edge furniture? Read on for some of our most popular live edge questions.
Learn about the pros and cons of Poly Lumber for outdoor furniture for the Arizona extreme weather and its made from 100% recycled materials
Upholstered furniture can be like a big question mark when it comes to determining how well its made. Sure, it looks great on the outside because it may have an appealing fabric and it seems to look OK, but what about on the inside? Heres what to look for:
The dining room table has historically been one of the most central places in our homes. But there are so many wood options out there…what should you choose?
Our builders work with a selection of only the responsibly harvested North-American hardwood species including Oak, Red Oak, Quarter Sawn White Oak, Maple, Brown Maple, Hickory, Cherry and Rustic Cherry. Each type has unique qualities and characteristics like weight, density, grain pattern, and price. So here is a quick run down of our most popular woods.
A Brief History of Mid-Century Modern Furniture:
There is debate about the time period of this design style that emphasizes function over form. Some argue the term describes architecture, furniture, graphic design, materials, and technologies designed in this style from about 1933-1965, while some say it is limited to the decade of 1947-1957
As featured in City Lifestyle. A little over 20 years ago, Brent and Stephanie Steiner of Ohio wanted to start their dream careers in the furniture industry—but were at a standstill on how to begin. Luckily, they had family in the Valley who noted that there were no known places to buy quality handmade
Every room in your home has its own unique purpose, and every piece of furniture in that room needs to suit your style, budget and comfort needs as well as possible, or you’re going to be uncomfortable and unhappy – no matter how good it looks. Nowhere is that more...
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