|When it comes to high quality fine furniture, nothing rivals the inherant beauty and enduring strength of wood. To learn more about the wood types, please view our Characteristics of popular wood types article. The difference between hardwood and softwood, various species of woods and the method of harvesting and milling the trees are all important elements to consider prior to selecting an investment piece of fine furniture, sure to endure for generations to come.|
|Delve into the history of each style of furniture, learning more about the elegant and simple Shaker style, the charming and majestic Empire style, the distinction between Arts & Crafts and Mission styles, the sleek Modern style and classic Traditional style in our informative Furniture Styles article.|
|From curios to showcase all of your treasures to practical pieces to make your home more organized, all of Cabinfield’s furniture pieces are uniquely handcrafted by Amish artisans and craftsmen who delight in knowing the many years of use and pleasure each treasure will bring you and craft each accent piece with you in mind. In contrast to the commercial furniture companies who are more interested in turning a profit, an Amish artisan creates furniture not only to provide for his family but also as a reflection of his spiritual beliefs. See for yourself just how wonderful quality home furnishings can be! Find out what makes Amish furniture so special in our article What makes Amish furniture so special?|
For more information on methods used in wood working, including dovetail joinery and mortise and tenon, please see our Wood Working Practices article. This informative article highlights the best practices used by Amish artisans for hundreds of years to create durable, heirloom quality furnishings.
|For a greater understanding of the terminology used in furniture specifications, please view our Furniture Terms Glossary. A great resource and tremendously thorough glossary of furniture terms from Armoire to Wing Chairs. Learn tidbits of the history of various furniture styles and definitions of terms used for centuries in the construction of fine furniture pieces.|
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