We’re offering 10% off store-wide for a short period this Fall Season to get us ready for the winter months ahead!
Fall is a time to look indoors, and Manchester Wood has both the savings and now these additional savings to provide you the best affordable quality hardwood furniture for your latest home decor. Until October 19th, enjoy 10% off sale on ManchesterWood.com with promo code: ‘Fall’ at checkout.
From our popular TV tray tables, Solid Cherry collection, Mission furniture, and more, we have many options of handcrafted American made furniture for you. We hope you enjoy this fall season as much as we do! Here’s to a great season and great savings with products to last a lifetime!
There’s something about American home office furniture. Especially around Labor Day. Support hard work. Support American labor… Yours specifically. 100% American made desks, shelving, and carts… that’s American home office furniture. You’ll find that here.
As we begin to look towards fall, redesigning our workspace can be a common task. We’ve spent the summer outdoors as much as we can while maintaining our workload, but now as things slow down we look to optimize our work efforts indoors again. American home office furniture is a great way to search and find inspirational and functional quality.
From our new unique Compact Workstation Table, to our array of quality solid wood desks from small to large; and the mobility of our Multipurpose Cart & End Table and Portable Folding Tray Table Desks, Manchester Wood has ideal options for your American home office furniture search.
Discover the practical, sturdy benefits of truly solid wood furniture. Made and resourced in the USA following strict environmental codes and eco-friendly practices, ensuring our planet’s trees and the products they’re made from is well taken care of. Manchester Wood offers Free Shipping on every order, and each of our solid wood furniture items is backed by our Quality Guarantee.
What do you look for in American home office furniture? Let us help you!
A Yuma Arizona journalist uncovers a “Made in the USA” seal of approval to be misguided. What’s really ‘Made in the USA’? Well one thing is for sure, don’t always trust the sticker.
Lesley Fair of YumaNewsNow.com in their recent article Keep your Made in USA claims red, white, and trueuncovers claims that a Made in the USA-origin seal for businesses may not be credible. At Manchester Wood, we’ve always been weary of companies that supposedly “boost credibility” by giving them money in return for a logo and some marketing materials to help consumers recognize that our product is Made in the USA.
Fair found that an “Ohio-based Made in the USA Brand [who] markets a U.S.-origin seal for businesses to use to boost the credibility of their ‘Made in USA’ claims. According to one promotional brochure, ‘When printed on labels by accredited manufacturers, consumers are able to identify at a glance which products are made in the USA.’ …The company’s website included one licensee’s explanation that the certification mark was important ‘because it stands for buying American products produced by American workers.'” BUT… “the part where [the] Made in the USA Brand conducted a careful evaluation to make sure products bearing its mark really are of U.S origin [had been skipped]. A “complaint alleges that all a company had to do display the seal was self-certify that it was in compliance with the guidance set forth in the FTC’s Enforcement Policy Statement for U.S. Origin Claims. What about objective evaluations or audits to confirm ongoing compliance? There weren’t any. And you won’t be hearing about companies that were denied the certification mark because according to the FTC, Made in the USA Brand handed over its seal to any business whose check cleared.“
Over the past year, we’ve been putting on our own materials that we’re “100% Made in USA.” It’s actually a tricky thing to state for most “American made” companies. With a global economy it’s hard to find anything truly made from the ground up in America. It may be assembled here, or packaged here, but materials and sub-assemblies could be done overseas… so could that really make it Made in the USA still? It’s been a hot debate, but one thing is for sure, Manchester Wood is, and always has been 100% made in America.
What’s your thoughts? How do you know something is made in America?