Hardwood Furniture represents the combined efforts of a millwork manufacturer and several Amish furniture builders and finishers. The primary, solid, hardwood species used are Red Oak, Cherry, Brown Maple, Quartersawn White Oak and Grey Elm. Many different stain colors can be selected for your piece along with customization of the size and design to fit your space.
We all know how easy it is to buy cheap, veneered furniture because it doesn’t matter if it gets damaged by the children, the pets or other daily hazards. In fact, if durability is a worry for you, choose hardwood furniture. Traditional woods such as mahogany, oak and mango are extremely tough and can withstand the odd scratch, which in most cases can be polished out and bigger problems easily repaired, when you would have to write off the cheap furniture and replace it. It’s obvious that cheap, mass-produced furniture is a false economy. If you love high quality furniture, don’t compromise your home furnishings because you’re concerned about daily life taking its toll then invest in hand crafted, solid hardwood furniture.
These are just some of the reasons why buying solid hardwood furniture for your home is the right choice. Whether it’s just one or two pieces to start with, or an entire furniture set so that your room is co-ordinated and you make the most of price offers in a furniture sale, there’s no beating the beauty of hardwood furniture.