|Videos tips will help when buying Amish and American furniture. Our Amish Trips made as we attended the furniture shows in Ohio and Indiana.
Tip for the Day: Bar Stools can range from $69 to $1700. So what makes a bar stool cost so little .. or so much. Inexpensive bar stools can serve the purpose, they may not be very comfortable or strong enough to handle abuse or even more weight than 100 pounds. As we look at Bar stools, we see options such as swivel, carved out seat, cushion cloth seat, vinyl seats, bi-cast leather seats, Top Grain leather seats, Metal, pine, hardwood, very hard woods, many finishes. Then there is the fabrication. Glued and tack nailed, tough and grove, Morse-tendend joints, foot rails, metal accents, tilt back for comfort. You must look at the cushion, is it pulled tight and tucked, or box cut for comfort. All these factors along with your needs can help you make a choice. If you want to be able to sit for hours on a bar height stool, you will need a box cut cushion seat bar stool that has a tilt back and comfortable arms. See more in the clip.
Tip for the Day: Under Bed Storage
Tip for the Day: Chair Construction QualityTip of the Day: Beveled mirror and glass features.
Tip of the Day: Full Extension Ball Bearing Drawer Glides.
Tip of the Day: Solid tops vs Veneer table tops.
Tip of the Day: Raised Solid wood Panel or NOT?
Tip of the Day: Wood Hardness and Durability.
Tip of the Day: Solid oak insert panels vs solid wood door panels.
Tip of the Day: Tables with Ball Bearing Glides make it a one person job to open and close.
Tip of the Day: English Dove Tail build drawers, only drawer with 3 glides.