We’re often asked here: what’s the best wood that can last the wear and tear of my family? This is a loaded question really. It depends on a lot of different factors. How rough is your family with your furniture? How often do you use the table (every night, other night, etc)? Are you only […]
We get constantly asked: how do they get the wood to get that unique look? Well Frank Miller Lumber Quartersawn Hardwoods has come out with a great video on exactly how the process is. Feel free to watch the video below. Here is some more additional information provided by the folks over at Frank Miller […]
We’ve just received our new updated information from our Amish builders. We’ll be adding new styles over the weeks so be sure to check back for all of the new looks. This is across the board from Dining Room Furniture, Bedroom Furniture, Office Furniture, etc. If you’re looking for solid American made Amish furniture, Amish […]
In a new segment we’re calling Choosing Right we’re going to discuss some of the difficult choices people usually have when it comes to choosing the right piece. For our first part we’re going to talk about which pedestal table is right for you: one that is flushed to the floor with a circular base or […]
We are now introducing shipping specials for anyone within the lower half of Michigan! To get you the most accurate cost for shipping, call our showroom at (586) 323-4895 or use the form below with the title “Shipping Costs” with your city and zip in your message.
How Does Self Storing Leaves Work? In an effort to clear up some confusion that can go with self storing tables, we are providing a general list of table sizes, shape and styles where self storing works or does not work. Always keep in mind when you are choicing a table with self storing, there are two major factors in self storing: Pedestal […]
We’re introducing a new feature to the website: Wishlists! We’ve been toying around with this feature for a few months and have finally gotten around to adding it. With wishlists, you can build lists and put pieces in them so you can save them for later. You can essentially use them as sort of a […]