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$2,129.00 $1,469.00
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Stanley Furniture - Bachelor's Chest - 4091311 - Cool and contemporary. The bowed shape and reeded drawer fronts of the Wicker Par...k Media Chest are highlighted by a Brownstone finish with contrasting matte truffle tones and bright nickel knobs. A top, flip down drawer provides access and cover for media. Drawers are equipped with full-extension drawer guides. read more

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$3,339.00 $2,099.00
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Stanley Furniture - TV Stands - 3405311 - About this Product Graceful living meets the digital age. Subtle glazed finishes combine...d with textural beaded drawer fronts and tarnished nickel knobs are sublime. A drop front top drawer provides and conceals media access. About the Preserve Collection Introducing Preserve by Stanley Furniture, a European-inspired home furnishings collection featuring timeless design motifs. Enveloped in a subdued palette of hand-crafted paint and stain finishes, this collection brings a sense of respite to any room of the home. Features Lamb's Ear finish, a soft warm gray Six (6) drawers One (1) fold down drawer front for media access 1 electrical power strip recessed in back Textural beaded drawer fronts Tarnished nickel knob hardware Specifications Overall Dimensions: 47 H x 48.13 W x 21 D Overall Product Weight: 209lbs read more

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$3,389.00 $2,099.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 3402310 - About this Product Hand-painted accent striping is one of the many stand-out features of th...e Laurel Chest. Subtle glazed finishes combined with textural beaded drawer fronts and tarnished nickel knobs are tranquil and easy-going. About the Preserve Collection Introducing Preserve by Stanley Furniture, a European-inspired home furnishings collection featuring timeless design motifs. Enveloped in a subdued palette of hand-crafted paint and stain finishes, this collection brings a sense of respite to any room of the home. Features Orchid finish, a washed-out white Includes eight (8) drawers Hand-painted accents Textural beaded drawer fronts Tarnished nickel knob hardware Specifications Overall Dimensions: 57.63 H x 42.94 W x 20.88 D Overall Product Weight: 205lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$3,339.00 $2,099.00
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Stanley Furniture - TV Stands - 3407311 - About this Product Graceful living meets the digital age. Subtle glazed finishes combine...d with textural beaded drawer fronts and tarnished nickel knobs are sublime. A drop front top drawer provides and conceals media access. About the Preserve Collection Introducing Preserve by Stanley Furniture, a European-inspired home furnishings collection featuring timeless design motifs. Enveloped in a subdued palette of hand-crafted paint and stain finishes, this collection brings a sense of respite to any room of the home. Features Rose finish, an antique dusty rose Six (6) drawers Fold down drawer front for media access One (1) electrical power strip recessed in back Textural beaded drawer fronts Tarnished nickel knob hardware Specifications Overall Dimensions: 47 H x 48.13 W x 21 D Overall Product Weight: 209lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,889.00 $1,169.00
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Stanley Furniture - Bachelor's Chest - 3407316 - About this Product A Beaufort Bachelor Chest is calm and composed. Subtle glazed ...finishes combined with textural beaded drawer fronts and tarnished nickel knobs are sublime. About the Preserve Collection Introducing Preserve by Stanley Furniture, a European-inspired home furnishings collection featuring timeless design motifs. Enveloped in a subdued palette of hand-crafted paint and stain finishes, this collection brings a sense of respite to any room of the home. Features Rose finish, an antique dusty rose Husk finished top, a natural weathered wood Four (4) drawers Textural beaded drawer fronts Tarnished nickel knob hardware Specifications Overall Dimensions: 32.13 H x 34.13 W x 19.06 D Overall Product Weight: 99lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$3,449.00 $2,099.00
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Stanley Furniture - TV Stands - 3402311 - About this Product Graceful living meets the digital age. Subtle glazed finishes combine...d with textural beaded drawer fronts and tarnished nickel knobs are sublime. A drop front top drawer provides and conceals media access. About the Preserve Collection Introducing Preserve by Stanley Furniture, a European-inspired home furnishings collection featuring timeless design motifs. Enveloped in a subdued palette of hand-crafted paint and stain finishes, this collection brings a sense of respite to any room of the home. Features Orchid finish, a washed-out white Six (6) drawers One (1) fold down drawer front for media access One (1) electrical power strip recessed in back Textural beaded drawer fronts Tarnished nickel knob hardware Specifications Overall Dimensions: 47 H x 48.13 W x 21 D Overall Product Weight: 209lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,889.00 $1,169.00
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Stanley Furniture - Bachelor's Chest - 3405316 - About this Product A Beaufort Bachelor Chest is calm and composed. Subtle glazed ...finishes combined with textural beaded drawer fronts and tarnished nickel knobs are sublime. About the Preserve Collection Introducing Preserve by Stanley Furniture, a European-inspired home furnishings collection featuring timeless design motifs. Enveloped in a subdued palette of hand-crafted paint and stain finishes, this collection brings a sense of respite to any room of the home. Features Lamb's Ear finish, a soft warm gray Four (4) drawers Textural beaded drawer fronts Tarnished nickel knob hardware Specifications Overall Dimensions: 32.13 H x 34.13 W x 19.06 D Overall Product Weight: 99lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$2,809.00 $1,879.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 4368312 - Vertical beading complements canted posts to uniquely define the Monterey Chest. Featuring ...seven spacious drawers, Monterey Chest offers ample storage space in style. Finish: FlintSeven spacious drawers Solid, durable constructionVertical beadingCanted postsContemporary styleSpecifications:Overall Product Dimensions: 18 H x 54 W x 24 DProduct Weight: 165 lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$2,689.00 $1,879.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 4362312 - Vertical beading complements canted posts to uniquely define the Monterey Chest. Providing ...ample storage space with its seven spacious drawers, Monterey Chest will serve many years to come. Finish: CapizSeven spacious drawers Solid, durable constructionVertical beadingCanted postsContemporary styleSpecifications:Overall Product Dimensions: 18 H x 54 W x 24 DProduct Weight: 165 lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$3,659.00 $2,229.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 4362310 - Finely carved sabre feet complement signature knobs on the Ladera Chest. Elegant Capiz fini...sh adds value and style. Finish: CapizSix spacious drawers Solid, durable constructionElegantly carved sabre feetSignature knobsContemporary styleSpecifications:Overall Product Dimensions: 21 H x 55.3 W x 45 DProduct Weight: 267 lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$2,939.00 $1,879.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 4367312 - Vertical beading complements canted posts to uniquely define the Monterey Chest. Offering a...mple storage in style, Monterey Chest will brighten up your bedroom instantly with its irresistible charm. Finish: SaffronSeven spacious drawers Solid, durable constructionCanted postsVertical beading detailsContemporary styleSpecifications:Overall Product Dimensions: 18 H x 54 W x 24 DProduct Weight: 165 lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,679.00 $1,169.00
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Stanley Furniture - Bachelor's Chest - 3402316 - About this Product A Beaufort Bachelor Chest is calm and composed. Subtle glazed ...finishes combined with textural beaded drawer fronts and tarnished nickel knobs are sublime. About the Preserve Collection Introducing Preserve by Stanley Furniture, a European-inspired home furnishings collection featuring timeless design motifs. Enveloped in a subdued palette of hand-crafted paint and stain finishes, this collection brings a sense of respite to any room of the home. Features Orchid finish, a washed-out white Includes four (4) drawers Textural beaded drawer fronts Tarnished nickel knob hardware Specifications Overall Dimensions: 32.13 H x 34.13 W x 19.06 D Overall Product Weight: 99lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,059.00 $739.00
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Stanley Furniture - End Tables - 062D515 - The nautical illusions are strong in our Cape Comber Chairside Chest. The three-drawer ...occasional table harkens to captain's quarters because of its inset metal drawer pulls. Not too flashy, this is one sturdy, hardworking chest that is adaptable to so many situations, you may find yourself wanting one in every room. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,879.00 $1,239.00
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With four drawers, the Beaufain Bachelorette's Chest features partitions in the top and second drawer banks. Inspired by the rich,... thick gloss of marine paints.Four drawers Top and second drawer banks are partitioned insideCollection: Charleston Regency Depth: 18 Design: Standard Chest (Vertical) Height: 33 Material: Wood Veneers and Solids Number Of Drawers: 3 to 5 Drawers Solid Wood: Yes Style: Traditional Weight: 125 Width: 35 Wood Tone: Light Wood read more

Stanley Furniture
$3,129.00 $1,999.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 4112310 - Simple in style, its one that tried and true.

Stanley Furniture
$3,079.00 $1,969.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 062B311 - If only all aspects of the modern world could be so appealing. Our Haven's Harbor Media Che...st allows you to have the most up-to-date media area at your fingertips without sacrificing style and beauty. Featuring a drop front drawer, perfect for DVD players or cable receivers, there is also a pullout work station for when you can't leave the office behind. All-in-all a rather yar little chest if we do say so. read more

Stanley Furniture
$2,959.00 $1,859.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 829N310 - A simple name for a simpler time. Seven drawers, two keyhole details, and miles of style. A...rrange a few candles on the chin-height top for a calming way to end the day. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,629.00 $1,059.00
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Stanley Furniture - Bachelor's Chest - 829P317 - One drawer, two shutters and a coastal state of mind. Nestled bedside, its clean ...lines and crisp moldings play quiet counterpoint to soft linens and an early sunset. Doors conceal an adjustable shelf and enclosed electrical outlet. read more

Stanley Furniture
$3,079.00 $1,969.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 062A311 - If only all aspects of the modern world could be so appealing. Our Haven's Harbor Media Che...st allows you to have the most up-to-date media area at your fingertips without sacrificing style and beauty. Featuring a drop front drawer, perfect for DVD players or cable receivers, there is also a pullout work station for when you can't leave the office behind. All-in-all a rather yar little chest if we do say so. read more

Stanley Furniture
$2,109.00 $1,409.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 4112302 - Simple, classic, elegant - like the sea itself.

Stanley Furniture
$3,229.00 $1,969.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 062F313 - Standing tall and proud, but with an airiness that disguises its substantial nature, the Tr...anquility Isle Drawer Chest is more than ready to take on your storage needs. Nine drawers arise from an open frame base that serves to elevate this design beyond the ordinary chest. Like a breath of fresh sea air, this chest isn't content to merely contain your belongings it wants to shine in its own right. read more

Stanley Furniture
$3,129.00 $1,969.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 062C311 - If only all aspects of the modern world could be so appealing. Our Haven's Harbor Media Che...st allows you to have the most up-to-date media area at your fingertips without sacrificing style and beauty. Featuring a drop front drawer, perfect for DVD players or cable receivers, there is also a pullout work station for when you can't leave the office behind. All-in-all a rather yar little chest if we do say so. read more

Stanley Furniture
$2,019.00 $1,229.00
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Stanley Furniture - Bachelor's Chest - 0581316 - Just try and resist the charm of the many special details found in the Bachelor's... Chest. From the hidden top drawer to the three cedar drawers, this is a piece that prizes form and function equally. In addition, the Bachelor's Chest features a slipper drawer for yet another personal touch. read more

Stanley Furniture
$3,229.00 $1,999.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 4114310 - Simple in style, its one that tried and true.

Stanley Furniture
$2,339.00 $1,469.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 4512304 - Charming cottage-influenced honeycomb patterns combined with crisp lines provide a fun and ...casual look. Loaded with functional purpose, the Cypress Grove Media Chest includes a fold down drawer with hidden power strips for aesthetics and beneficial utility. All drawers come with fully extending guides for ease of use. read more

Stanley Furniture
$2,529.00 $1,539.00
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Stanley Furniture - Chests - 4512312 - Relaxed and tranquil. Clean lines with louvered drawer fronts in a glazed white Parchment f...inish are freshly unique. The Cypress Grove Chest is essential in a contemporary, cottage-style bedroom. All drawers come with fully extending guides for ease of use. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,968.99
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,969.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,968.99
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,229.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,169.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,969.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,968.99
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,229.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,969.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,879.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

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$1,228.99
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,968.99
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,968.99
at Luxe Decor

Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,469.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,469.00
at Luxe Decor

Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,878.99
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$2,099.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$2,099.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,858.99
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$2,099.00
at Luxe Decor

Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,969.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,969.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,999.00
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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,969.00
at Luxe Decor

Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??ll focus on how it??s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ??Curing?x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

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