Manchester Wood Launches New Site for Made in USA Solid Wood Furniture

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GRANVILLE, NY – Manchester Wood: American Made Furniture, a small 3rd generation family-operated solid wood furniture company has unveiled a new site to invite an easier, more convenient shopping experience for customers seeking quality handcrafted furniture ‘made in the USA.’ Manchester Wood produces classic American heirloom furniture at an affordable price through their 50-plus craftspeople based in the Adirondack foothills of the upstate New York countryside. The handcrafted furniture now available online features classic Mission and Shaker style furniture, elegant Contemporary and Solid Cherry furniture collections, as well as the new modern Urban Camp and the portable indoor/outdoor Montauk collection. The brand staple, the Adirondack chair received a new look too with additional outdoor furniture pieces that make up the Adirondack collection influenced by the region.

Regular customers and followers of Manchester Wood are continuously offered monthly giveaways and discounts through the company’s Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and email list.

Visit the new-and-improved; expect an array of quality solid wood furniture options, sales, promotions, and free giveaways.

Manchester Wood has designed and produced quality, affordable, eco-friendly solid wood American made furniture in the Green Mountains of Vermont and Adirondack foothills of New York for over 35 years.

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