The holidays will be here before you know it, and this year many families are finding it more important than ever to gather together. Whether your home is large or small, it’s not hard to run out of room quickly when it comes to seating everyone for the holiday feast. Fortunately, there are many ways you can create extra seating while keeping things classy!
Do you wonder what that Mission table might look like with a lighter grey top and darker grey legs? Are you considering new dining room chairs for a table you already have, and wonder what stain might work?
Now you can try out different colors and stains on select pieces of furniture on our website with just the click of a button! We’re excited to introduce our new online Design Center — a feature that allows you to use an interactive tool to select various stains and shades so you can get an idea of how they’ll look before you make the decision to purchase.
Even if your bedroom is on the small side, it doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to store nearly anything in it. From the furniture you buy to what you put on your walls, you can find clever storage solutions that will help clear the clutter and keep everything you need close at hand.
Buying furniture at Heartland means you’ll always get high-quality, handmade Amish furniture that’s crafted right here in America. But there are times when you might need a piece to fit a specific space, you want something unique to display cherished mementos, or you want to invest in a one-of-a-kind item that you can pass down to future generations. That’s when we can help you create a piece of custom furniture!
Here are just some of the benefits to designing a custom-made piece of furniture for your Asheville home:
When you’re considering your next piece of handcrafted Amish furniture for your home, you’ll probably notice that many of our dressers, cabinets, and tables have soft close drawers. Soft close drawers are just another way you can tell that you’re investing in high-quality furniture that’s built to last.
Soft close drawers have been installed with glides that prevent them from slamming shut — the glides gently and automatically pull the drawer closed the last few inches. The drawer glides can be side mounted or undermounted. While side-mounted glides are easier to install, undermounted glides have no visible hardware and allow drawers to be slightly wider.
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