A very successful manufacturer published a national ad a few weeks ago. In order to justify their use of "no-sag" springs, the ad stated that 8 way hand-tied springs were as archaic as the typewriter. "No-sag" springs have been around since the typewriter in economically priced furniture and, obviously, they are still used today. When there is a more durable spring system, we will consider using it. Meanwhile, we will continue to use 8 way hand-tied springs because it is, quite simply, the best.
Fabrics are cut by hand, one piece at a time. We employ the finest matching standards to re-create the motif on the fabric onto the piece of furniture. We have over 1200 fabrics in stock but we will gladly accept your fabrics.
Many of our craftsmen learned their trade from their parents. Your furniture will be hand crafted by an experienced upholsterer to the best of his or her ability. Pride runs deep and it shows: Fully lined skirts, crisp welts, detailed throw pillows and matched patterns are accomplished only by caring hands . . . one at a time.
All cushions are hand cut to insure a proper fit in the seating cavity to your new furniture. Skilled hands using electric knives for precise edges cut high-density polyurethane foam. Each piece is offered with a standard seat cushion designed specifically to fit that style. In addition we offer several cushion upgrade options.
We offer a variety of colors and textures that are hand applied to compliment any decor. Our exposed wood pieces are meticulously sanded in preparation for your selected finish. Some of our finishes require as many as fourteen steps to insure tone and luster. These steps cannot be hurried. After all, quality takes careful hands and time.
Many of our pieces are available in all leather or leather/fabric combinations. With proper care, leather can endure for generations. We select only the finest leathers. We have aniline dyed, drum dyed, corrected and buffed leathers in stock. All are top grain, high quality products carefully selected to enhance your particular lifestyle.
During the manufacturing process, each piece goes through several "in-line" inspection points. The final inspection is the most critical. Our inspectors look for proper pattern matching, deep pleats, crisp welts, etc. They even look for errant strings beneath the skirts. Finally, they insure each piece is expertly padded and packed to make sure your new furniture arrives in perfect condition.