Our Guide to Extendable Dining Tables
Picture this. You are planning a small dinner party: just you, your significant other, and two other couples. Both couples call and ask to bring guests. You pause for a moment before saying – no problem! Then you hang up and start to panic because six people have now turned into ten. But your dining room table only seats six! If only you had considered buying an extendable dining table.
Wood Finish vs Wood Stain
Many people tend to use the words wood stain and wood finish interchangeably, but it’s important to understand the difference. Knowing the stain and finish of the new solid wood furniture you’re shopping for will tell you a lot about how the piece was made, its durability, and how well you can expect the finish to hold up.
Amish Outlet Store New Arrivals: Fall 2019
It’s time to cozy up for Fall 2019! Welcome the new season with our elegant new furniture collections and custom designs that will turn your home into a warm autumn escape.
Whether you want to add the perfect piece to your living room or completely redesign your bedroom, Amish Outlet Store provides you with a stunning variety. From rustic 19th century-style woodwork to sleek modern designs, you can find the perfect furniture for your home’s style. All of our pieces are handcrafted by skilled Amish artisans who give attention to every detail.
Secrets of Amish Furniture Makers
Amish furniture makers consistently produce quality handcrafted wooden furniture that is both timeless and intricate in design. This furniture combines the best characteristics of tradition, style and dedicated craftsmanship. You might already be familiar with the Mission and Shaker styles common to the Amish craft, but maybe you’re wondering about the woodworking secrets behind this meticulously designed furniture. Many recognize the staple Amish styles, but how many can say they know the ins and outs of Amish woodworking?
What Quality Furniture Actually Means
How do you know whether you’re buying high-quality furniture? If a piece of furniture is low quality, you can usually tell by how long it lasts before breaking. Some low-quality furniture can last you 10 to 20 years, while others may not even last five. The challenge is developing the ability to identify the difference […]