Tips & Trends - Wood

Understanding Wood Veneers

If you’ve been shopping for wood furniture, you may have been told that solid wood is better than veneers…or vice versa. In fact, solid wood and veneers are both good things. Knowing how they differ helps you evaluate what&rsqu...   Read more »

Sofa Construction Quality

Let’s face it, furniture is an investment. Most people hold on to a sofa for 10 years or more. But as an occasional shopper, how do you figure out if the sofa that caught your eye will make it for the long haul? There are telltale clu...   Read more »

Eco-Friendly Decor Ideas: Decorating with Sustainable & Eco-Friendly Decor

The concept of going green has saturated the public consciousness, extending even to the furnishings we put in our homes. You might wonder, what exactly is eco-friendly furniture and how can I incorporate it into my decor? Luckily, there ar...   Read more »

Tips on Looking for Quality in Wood Furniture

Casegood is a term used in the furniture industry to refer to non-upholstered wood furniture, typically for living room, dining room and bedroom. This includes dining tables, china cabinets, coffee and side tables, media centers, dressers a...   Read more »

Caring For Wood Furniture

Maintaining the beauty and luster of your wood furniture is easy with a bit of diligence and care. Some wood surfaces get more use (and abuse) than others.  Living room tables and everyday dining tables get constant use.  They are...   Read more »

Cleaning Furniture 101: Maintaining your Furniture's Beauty

Spring is a great time to take a fresh look at what you are doing to keep our home furnishings clean and well maintained.  Spring showers bring in more than just flowers – this time of year we see more dust and pollen in the air ...   Read more »

Transitioning Furniture & Decor from a Temporary Apartment to a Permanent Home

For many people, apartment living is a transitional arrangement that will eventually lead to moving into a house. The challenge becomes how to furnish an apartment with pieces that will grow with you when you become a homeowner. It requires...   Read more »

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