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The Virtues of Solid Cherry Furniture

February 11, 2013

Cherry wood has long been a popular choice for furniture makers. Its rich, red hue and complex, rippled grain combine with its strength to make solid cherry furniture a much sought-after commodity. Another reason that solid cherry furniture is so desirable is that, like mahogany, cherry grows darker and richer with age.

We use American Black Cherry because it grows locally, its a nice wood to work and takes stain well. The end result is beautiful, distinctly American furniture. Our full collection, featuring a wide variety of cherry tables, can be viewed here.

Need a something to tie the living room together and turn heads at the same time? When it comes to coffee tables, cherry is always a safe bet. For example: check out our Oval Cherry Coffee Table. This piece features a broad surface that will show the grain of the wood and a lower shelf for storing periodicals, books and remotes. We also offer cherry coffee tables in a variety of other shapes and styles so that you can find one to suit any room.

Our Oval Cherry Table with Heritage Cherry Finish

Our Oval Cherry Table with Heritage Cherry Finish

If you are looking for a cherry table that sits a little higher off the ground, our Cherry Sofa Console Table is worth considering. This table is designed to work in a variety of spaces, like behind sofas and in the front hallway. Its sleek build helps it offer substantial surface area without being bulky and dominating the room.

Looking for something smaller? Our collection features a wide selection of cherry end tables that look great by themselves and even better when paired with a cherry coffee table.

Like everything else we make, our solid cherry furniture is made using only sustainably harvested North American lumber and is backed by our 100% Quality Guarantee. All the pieces in our Solid Cherry Collection are available in either our Natural or Heritage Cherry finishes, both of which accentuate the wood’s naturally luxurious grain.

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  • Reply Marlene February 12, 2013 at 6:33 am

    We are in the market for a compact sized desk for our
    study. The wife cant decide whether to buy a standalone desk or to
    find one that is more custom with the office Marlene.

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