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$1,359.00 $829.00
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Stanley Furniture - Mirrors - 3405330 - About this Product Intricate Greek key carving frames the Cabot Mirror with intriguing sty...le. 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 Intriguing mirror frame style Beveled glass for crisp and clear reflections Intricate Greek key carving on frame Specifications Overall Dimensions: 44.19 H x 38.06 W x 2 D Overall Product Weight: 35lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,359.00 $829.00
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Stanley Furniture - Mirrors - 3407330 - About this Product Intricate Greek key carving frames the Cabot Mirror with intriguing sty...le. 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 Intriguing style design Beveled glass for crisp, clear reflections Intricate Greek key carving on mirror frame edges Specifications Overall Dimensions: 44.19 H x 38.06 W x 2 D Overall Product Weight: 35lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,209.00 $829.00
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Stanley Furniture - Mirrors - 3402330 - About this Product Intricate Greek key carving frames the Cabot Mirror with intriguing sty...le. Finely crafted to add an intriguing point of interest on any wall. Beveled glass allows for crisp and clear reflections. 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 Intriguing style Beveled glass Intricate Greek key carving Specifications Overall Dimensions: 44.19 H x 38.06 W x 2 D Overall Product Weight: 35lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$813.00 $558.03
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Stanley Furniture - Mirrors - 4091330 - Geometric-inspired trellis work in the Brownstone finish creates a stylish, textural frame...work for the Wicker Park Mirror. Beveled glass provides added depth. read more

Stanley Furniture
$813.00 $558.03
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Stanley Furniture - Mirrors - 4512330 - The cottage-inspired honeycomb pattern of the Cypress Grove Mirror frame in glazed white P...archment is symbolic of the portfolio's inviting essence. Beveled glass gives the mirror further depth. read more

Stanley Furniture
$718.00 $537.98
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Shop for Mirrors from BedroomFurnitureMart.com! A mirror is so much more than just a looking glass. The Stanley Coastal Living Res...ort Day's End Mirror Dolphin 062-B3-31 reflects your home's casually elegant style. With its beveled edge wooden frame drenched in a weathered dolphin grey finish and versatile hanging options (horizontally or vertically) it's a natural choice. The Coastal Living Resort CollectionThis collection from Stanley Furniture features a pallet of calm muted colors and finishes that mix and match effortlessly allowing you the freedom to create your own ideal balance of sophistication without moving too far away from casual. This collection offers the perfect blend of simple shore life and the understated elegance of a five-star coastal hotel. Stanley Furniture Craftsmanship Stanley Furniture's main objective is to produce quality and stylish furniture by using the best wood materials construction procedures and elegant finishes on their products to help you fashion your home decor the way you imagined. All of their furniture is hand-crafted from quality woods incorporating other superior materials such as aluminum glass plastic leather and marble. Every joint is carefully constructed (keeping wood's sensitivity to heat and humidity in mind) allowing for expansion and contraction. All joints are held together with glue and nail. Stanley's 30-step finishing process starts with an undertone stain that is applied to a hand-sanded piece. Next the stain is read more

Stanley Furniture
$718.00 $531.98
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Shop for Mirrors from BedroomFurnitureMart.com! The Stanley Coastal Living Resort Day's End Mirror Channel Marker 062-13-31 reflec...ts the laid back sophistication of your home. The mirror has beveled edges and is framed in a handsome wood frame with a distressed channel marker finish and carved center frame channel that adds warmth to the piece. It may be hung horizontally or vertically. This mirror is versatile and simply elegant.The Coastal Living Resort CollectionThis collection from Stanley Furniture features a pallet of calm muted colors and finishes that mix and match effortlessly, allowing you the freedom to create your own ideal balance of sophistication without moving too far away from casual. This collection offers the perfect blend of simple shore life and the understated elegance of a five-star coastal hotel.Stanley Furniture CraftsmanshipStanley Furniture's main objective is to produce quality and stylish furniture by using the best wood materials, construction procedures, and elegant finishes on their products to help you fashion your home decor the way you imagined. All of their furniture is hand-crafted from quality woods, incorporating other superior materials such as aluminum, glass, plastic, leather, and marble. Every joint is carefully constructed (keeping wood's sensitivity to heat and humidity in mind) allowing for expansion and contraction. All joints are held together with glue and nail. Stanley's 30-step finishing process starts with an undertone read more

Stanley Furniture
$718.00 $537.98
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Shop for Mirrors from BedroomFurnitureMart.com! When you want to reflect casual, natural sophistication, choose the Stanley Coasta...l Living Resort Day's End Mirror Urchin 062-E3-31. This mirror has beveled edges for extra sparkle and is framed in wood with a weathered urchin finish. Versatile and handsome, this mirror can be hung either horizontally or vertically.The Coastal Living Resort CollectionThis collection from Stanley Furniture features a pallet of calm muted colors and finishes that mix and match effortlessly, allowing you the freedom to create your own ideal balance of sophistication without moving too far away from casual. This collection offers the perfect blend of simple shore life and the understated elegance of a five-star coastal hotel.Stanley Furniture Craftsmanship Stanley Furniture's main objective is to produce quality and stylish furniture by using the best wood materials, construction procedures, and elegant finishes on their products to help you fashion your home decor the way you imagined. All of their furniture is hand-crafted from quality woods, incorporating other superior materials such as aluminum, glass, plastic, leather, and marble. Every joint is carefully constructed (keeping wood's sensitivity to heat and humidity in mind) allowing for expansion and contraction. All joints are held together with glue and nail. Stanley's 30-step finishing process starts with an undertone stain that is applied to a hand-sanded piece. Next, the stain is sealed read more

Stanley Furniture
$718.00 $530.98
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Stanley Furniture - Mirrors - 0186136 - About This Product: One of the many privileges of rising through the ranks at sea is the h...ard-fought honor of commanding a slightly larger, well-appointed stateroom. And although we doubt most seafarers put as much energy into furnishing their living quarters as they do into running their ship, certain impractical comforts, like crystal, mirror and glass, are particularly prized. After all, when you're a thousand miles from shore, even the unimpressive can become precious. Fortunately, Stanley Furniture's Captain's Fluted Edge mirror is anything but ordinary. Capped on all sides with stylized photo corners, the silhouette is decorative without calling attention to itself. Rounded inset mirror is channel set for stability. And multiple hanging hooks offer the flexibility for vertical or horizontal placement - depending on the size of your stateroom. About the European Farmhouse Collection: There's something about this collection that makes each piece feel like a find complete with its own story, as if it were gathered over a lifetime of travel and treasure finding; eclectic pieces that work effortlessly together without being overly matchy-matchy. Both old and new, the collection serves nearly any decorating style. Constructed of dutch white cedar solids and ash burl veneers Blond finish--a natural, close-to-the-wood matte finish with a cream-colored accent glaze Antique brass and dark pewter hardware Multiple hanging hooks offer the flexibility for vertical or horizontal placement Beveled glass edge Specifications: Overall product dimensions: 43H x 38W Product weight: 65 lbs read more

Stanley Furniture
$718.00 $537.98
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Shop for Mirrors from BedroomFurnitureMart.com! The Stanley Coastal Living Resort Day's End Mirror Sail Cloth 062-A3-31 reflects t...he casually elegant style of your home. This mirror has a beveled edge for extra sparkle a wood frame with a white-washed sail cloth finish and may be hung horizontally or vertically. The Coastal Living Resort CollectionThis collection from Stanley Furniture features a pallet of calm muted colors and finishes that mix and match effortlessly allowing you the freedom to create your own ideal balance of sophistication without moving too far away from casual. This collection offers the perfect blend of simple shore life and the understated elegance of a five-star coastal hotel. Stanley Furniture Craftsmanship Stanley Furniture's main objective is to produce quality and stylish furniture by using the best wood materials construction procedures and elegant finishes on their products to help you fashion your home decor the way you imagined. All of their furniture is hand-crafted from quality woods incorporating other superior materials such as aluminum glass plastic leather and marble. Every joint is carefully constructed (keeping wood's sensitivity to heat and humidity in mind) allowing for expansion and contraction. All joints are held together with glue and nail. Stanley's 30-step finishing process starts with an undertone stain that is applied to a hand-sanded piece. Next the stain is sealed with a wash coat then hand sanded again with filler applied read more

Stanley Furniture
$718.00 $531.98
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Shop for Mirrors from BedroomFurnitureMart.com! The classic lines and distressed finish of the Stanley Coastal Living Resort Day's... End Mirror Sea Oat 062-63-31 reflect a casual-yet-elegant style. This beveled mirror has a simply carved wood frame with a distressed sea oat finish. Hang it horizontally or vertically over a dresser or in the hallway or entryway.The Coastal Living Resort CollectionThis collection from Stanley Furniture features a pallet of calm muted colors and finishes that mix and match effortlessly, allowing you the freedom to create your own ideal balance of sophistication without moving too far away from casual. This collection offers the perfect blend of simple shore life and the understated elegance of a five-star coastal hotel.Stanley Furniture Craftsmanship Stanley Furniture's main objective is to produce quality and stylish furniture by using the best wood materials, construction procedures, and elegant finishes on their products to help you fashion your home decor the way you imagined. All of their furniture is hand-crafted from quality woods, incorporating other superior materials such as aluminum, glass, plastic, leather, and marble. Every joint is carefully constructed (keeping wood's sensitivity to heat and humidity in mind) allowing for expansion and contraction. All joints are held together with glue and nail. Stanley's 30-step finishing process starts with an undertone stain that is applied to a hand-sanded piece. Next, the stain is sealed with read more

Stanley Furniture

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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

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? 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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