Do You appreciate beautiful hardwood furniture built by craftsmen to last for generations?
Are You seeking just the right bedroom chests to grace Your sleeping chamber?
If so, read this Furniture Buyers Guide To Heirloom Quality Bedroom Cabinets
Mennonite Furniture Studios Hardwood Bedroom Cabinet Guide – Download FREE e-Book
Many people find that it is worth paying just a little extra for a custom dining table. Available in various sizes to meet your needs and assure the best possible fit in your room. By choosing a custom dining table You can select from various hardwoods, finish colors, leg motifs, skirting styles, and table top edge treatments, to compliment Your existing furniture and suit Your own specific tastes.
Custom Shaker Extension Dining Table With Exotic Maple Top by American Heirloom Furniture
“We searched high and low until we found Mennonite Furniture Studios ‘American Heirloom Furniture’ via the internet. Once the maple wood for our table arrived, they mailed us stained samples. There are very few expensive items I have purchased that I felt were of exceptional quality. I would absolutely say this furniture is exceptional. The entire shopping experience with them was enjoyable. They were timely and thorough in answering my questions, went out of their way to earn my trust, charged me a very fair price (in fact, we had enough money left to place an additional order for a coffee table and two candle tables) and delivered a fine product on time. I would shop there again and recommend my friends to do the same.”
Saki, Hanover, Maryland
To Find Out More About Exceptional Custom Furniture At A Very Fair Price Call 716.775.0206 Or e-mail
Understand which features You should demand and which ones You should avoid in order to get the best value from Your next quality bedroom cabinet purchase:
What To Insist On: – Find out exactly what to look for in a true ‘Heirloom Quality Cabinet’ that will beautifully accommodate Your needs, and be easily maintained to last for generations
What To Avoid: – Find out how to look for, identify, and avoid common cabinet manufacturers cost-cutting steps that will simply not bear the burden of normal use in Your home
The mass-produced cabinets that You’ll find in most furniture stores may look nice, but they are typically built from low-grade materials, using poor construction techniques, and are not designed to last. Hard-earned money spent on these pieces is usually a poor investment that you will come to regret sooner than you may expect. Here are some signs of furniture that you should avoid:
Avoid ‘Beautiful only on the outer face’ When only the top and front are pretty and the back and bottom of the cabinet are ugly, you know that shortcuts have been taken. On the other hand, quality furniture pieces will look great from the front, back, underneath, and inside the case. This test will show you whether the person that made the piece was in it for his love of fine craftsmanship or if the person was building for a fast buck – at Your expense!
Look Behind The Cabinet: shallow beauty is a sure sign that other cabinet components and / or the finish are also likely to be sub-standard, and will degrade and become problematic in use.
Avoid Finishes That Are Not Guaranteed To Be Water Resistant: Lacquers are not water resistant and are not as hard as modern conversion varnishes. A water resistant finish means that sweating glasses will not leave rings on your cabinet top.
Insist On Solid Hardwood Throughout: Avoid any cases constructed with particle board, and beware of the terms ‘all wood’, ‘solid all wood’, and ‘veneers’. Avoid soft tropical woods and particleboard components that will split or crack when subjected to weight or swell and chip when subjected to moisture.
Avoid Sloppy Joinery & Poor Craftsmanship: The structural members of the furniture case must meet in a tight joint. Predominantly caused by poor craftsmanship, poorly fitted joinery will result in early failure and a short service life in your home. Drawers that do not use dovetail joints or doors that do not use mortise-and-tenon joints are another sure sign of inappropriate cost-cutting.
Avoid A Complete Lack Of Joinery Some low-cost furniture pieces are built with low-grade components that are held together with staples. For furniture to endure the tests of time, it must be properly constructed from quality materials using proven legacy carpentry techniques and quality adhesives.
Shoddily-Built Furniture Is A Poor Investment – Only The Best Endures!
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Amish ‘Classic’ Furniture Piece
A ‘Reproduction Antique’, faithfully following a distinct and premier antique furniture piece. Mennonite Furniture Studios ‘Classic’ Furniture remains exactly true to the original furniture form and style, using the original joinery techniques.
Compared to the master piece, use of modern glues and finishes enhances quality, and selected components may deploy a minor increase in wood thickness in order to address a known weak point in the original design.
Mennonite Furniture Studios Amish ‘Classic’ Furniture pieces are actually of higher quality, and are more durable and easily maintained, than the antique masterpieces that they are modeled upon.
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Heritage Custom Mission Bedroom Suite by American Heirloom Furniture
Amish ‘Heritage’ Furniture Piece
A Masterful Adaptation of a distinct and premier antique furniture piece, with some alteration to increase both functionality and durability
Compared to the original piece, use of modern glues and finishes enhances quality. Variations in both joinery techniques and wood thickness enhance strength and durability. Adjustment of the original form and style improve functionality.
Mennonite Furniture Studios Amish ‘Heritage’ Furniture pieces are actually of higher quality and more durable, requiring less maintenance, and offering enhanced functionality, compared to the original furniture pieces that they are modeled upon.
Uncompromised Beauty, Functionality, Durability, and Value
The Quality Cabinets of yesteryear were built to last by caring men who thoroughly understood their tools, materials and craft.
Today, our Mennonite & Amish furniture makers undergo a long apprenticeship to develop keen eyes and skilled hands, and these expert craftsmen are dedicated to unhurriedly building Your bedroom furniture the right way – offering exceptional value without compromise!