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Dining Furniture: Alfresco Grey 24" Counter Stool with Sunbrella Cushion - Casual and stylish Alfresco fools the eye with the look of real wood and fools the elements with UV- and fade-resistant qualities. Slats of innovative warm grey polystyrene faux...::$278.00
Dining Furniture: Table In A Bag - Our classic table in a bag unfolds in grey-finished mahogany to a low profile for beach blanket bingo or casual dining at outdoor concerts or picnics. Easy-assembly folding table comes with a charcoal canvas carrying...::$69.00
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Furniture Covers: Small Rectangular Table and Chair Outdoor Furniture Cover - Custom-designed to protect our small rectangular tables with chairs, this soothing sage green polyester cover saves space and strain for off-season storage or peak-season...::$89.00
Furniture Covers: Dune Bar Cart Outdoor Furniture Cover - A protective, foot-high tent rests under the durable, tan-colored outdoor furniture cover designed for the Dune bar cart, helping to divert precipitation off the cover's surface. Made of...::$109.00
Furniture Covers: Loveseat Outdoor Furniture Cover - Covering your outdoor loveseat saves space and strain both in the off-season or for year-round weather protection. Neutral sage green polyester cover has reinforced edges, water-resistant PVC backing...::$45.00
Popular Terms for Furniture Manufacturers
Furniture manufacturers often produce a broad range of items, including office desks, dining room tables, and couches. In order to determine which manufacturer can give you access to the products that you would like to buy, you will need to understand some of the key terms that these companies use.
Scandinavian Contemporary – Chairs, tables, and desks made in this style use simple, elegant designs. All pieces in this style are made of natural wood, which often gives the office desks, dressers, and other pieces of furniture a timeless quality that looks great with furniture from other styles. This design style was most popular during the mid-1990s, but many manufacturers style produce pieces in this style. Some people also purchase worn Scandinavian Contemporary furniture at discounted prices so that they can restore the used furniture for use in their homes.
Antique – the word “antique” doesn’t have a precise meaning. Generally, it means a piece of furniture that is valued for its age. More specifically, though, it could mean anything from couches and recliners that were made 50 years ago to dining room tables and baby cribs that were made hundreds of years ago. You should, therefore, also learn about a specific piece of furniture before spending a lot of money on it just because it has been labeled as an antique.
Ottoman – Ottomans are low-lying pieces of furniture that are designed for people to put their feet on. An ottoman can be made of various materials, including wood, fabric, and leather. Some designs have storage spaces inside.
Roundabout Chair – a chair, usually without arms, that has been designed to fit into corners.
From modern to classic, furniture manufacturers make and sell a variety of furniture pieces, such as dressers, bedroom sets, dining room sets, and chairs. Furniture can be stylish and contemporary, or functional and comfortable. Lamps, wardrobes, home office desks, jewelry chests, and end tables can also come in a variety of price ranges too. Some are costly, while others are more affordable. It all depends on the taste and budget of the consumer.
New products made by furniture manufacturers can be found in department stores, specialty furniture stores, antiques shops, and boutiques. Manufacturers that make furniture may also offer related accessories as well, such as rugs, lamp shades, decorative mirrors, and vases.
Depending on the brand, prices range widely from cheap to expensive. This also depends on the style as well, such as vintage, antique, modern, or contemporary. Materials also vary, from wicker and wood to metal and fabric. Some furniture manufacturers offer custom designs for their products as well.
Each period throughout history has had its own furniture style. For example, the 18th century saw Chippendale, Queen Anne, and Federal styles, while the 19th century saw more simple, mass-produced furniture brought on by the Industrial Revolution.
Manufacturers typically sell to retail and wholesale furniture dealers, although they can sell to the general public as well, through factory outlets and the like. Whether their customers prefer modern or contemporary décor and furniture, such as bedroom sets and tables, manufacturers can deliver on those needs.
To learn more on this topic, consumers can check out the Internet to get décor ideas, find listings, view photos, and check availability.