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==== ==== For more information about Atlanta furniture and how to choose it, visit this website: http://www.pattersonfurniture.com ==== ==== Quality Furniture: Fine Bedroom Furniture and Lounge Furniture The benefits of quality furniture such as fine bedroom furniture and lounge furniture lie not only in its durability, but also in the way people perceive you when they visit your home. You may have done it yourself when visiting: looked at the furniture and drew an opinion on your hosts according to their choice. Your furniture states who you are and how you live, although, while choosing quality furniture can enhance your status, that is not the main benefit of purchasing it. A well-made leather suite lies not just in the quality of the leather itself, but also in the craftsmanship of the structure to which that leather is attached. Quality Furniture is Made to Last Quality furniture is made to last. Nevertheless, many articles of fine bedroom furniture in beautiful solid oak, walnut or rosewood need extra care because such fine furniture is no less subject to damage that a flat-pack veneered particle board wardrobe. Many people will visit a good chain furniture store and think they are buying quality, but that is not necessarily the case. Many such stores sell their fair share of veneered or laminated particle board, and to be honest you get what you pay for. For genuine quality furniture such as fine bedroom furniture crafted from solid wood, you must buy from a craftsman. Quality Furniture Stores There are several stores that will sell you genuine quality living room furniture, and fine bedroom furniture made from solid hardwood, such as oak or teak, or with a hardwood base but a beautiful walnut veneer. Rosewood is another beautiful wood, as is maple and the beautiful deep red mahogany. Some prefer pine which is softwood with a clean, fresh natural look, and while not a resistant to damage as a hardwood, many prefer for kitchen and bedroom furniture. Look for names such as American Craftsman furniture, Stickley furniture, Sherrill furniture or Southwood furniture, and you will know that you are buying top class quality furniture that is built to last. You should never purchase furniture that might look good, but wonder if it is really solid wood or just a thin veneer over plywood, chipboard or particle board. If reputable firms such as those above offer that, you will be informed of the veneer and the base wood - no attempts to trick you! One way to find well-made custom furniture of high quality is to carry out an online search. Look for fine furniture manufacturers, or companies that distribute their work. You will not find high quality furniture in flatpack format. When you purchase fine bedroom furniture, each piece will be


delivered in its correct form and not put together in your home with screws and plugs, many of which might be missing! Real Wood Shows its Quality You can tell real wood from its smell, its feel and the glow that only comes from well oiled or waxed hardwood. Leather has its own feel and smell, although its not so much the leather that counts, but its quality. You can stick your fingers through many leathers, they are so thin - and don't believe anybody that sells you furniture saying that it cannot be damaged. Fine furniture can be damaged - it can be knocked, scraped, stained and scratched just the same as any other furniture. If somebody tells you that this table will resist all knocks and scratches then they are either being economical with the truth (lying) or trying to sell you a synthetic utilitarian piece. Genuine wood is vulnerable. Only thermosetting resins can resist knocks and scratches. Whether you are buying from furniture stores in Atlanta, New York or Pasadena, the same principles apply. Atlanta furniture stores are just as likely to sell you cheap lounge furniture as stores in Chicago. How can you tell? How do you know if you are buying a genuine hardwood dining table or one made from particleboard and cheap veneer? How to Identify Genuine Fine Furniture First check the legs. No craftsman would build a beautiful solid mahogany table and add screw-on legs to it! The legs will also be solid - and of the same wood as the table. Check beneath the table: all cheap mass-producers will veneer the top of the table but not the underside. If the bottom does not look like the same wood as the top, you are being offered a lemon. Check the joints: genuine quality furniture will be crafted using dovetail and mortise and tenon joints, not screwed or glued, and certainly not using plastic or metal corner joints. Lift a chair upside down and examine it: fine living room chairs will have a bottom canvas, or at least properly webbed and sprung seats. Cheap furniture will have a plywood base and a slab of foam! Quality furniture, whether in the form of fine living bedroom furniture or quality living room furniture, can make an ordinary room look good and raise your esteem in the eyes of your visitors. Learn how to tell the difference, not only between genuine craftsmanship and mass -produced furniture, but also between quality furniture manufacturers and stores such as American Craftsman, Southwood, Sherrill and Stickley and the others such as IKEA which are OK, but do not exclusively market quality furniture.

More information on quality furniture, including fine bedroom furniture and living room furniture, is available from http://www.pattersonfurniture.com where you will find a fabulous range from Norcross furniture stores and other furniture stores in Atlanta.


==== ==== For more information about Atlanta furniture and how to choose it, visit this website: http://www.pattersonfurniture.com ==== ====


Quality Furniture: Fine Bedroom and Living Room Furniture