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Shop Amish Made Furniture for Quality You Can’t Find in Big Box Stores

While it may be tempting to shop at large chain furniture stores, no one can top the quality of handmade, Amish furniture. Don’s Home Furniture is the largest Amish-made furniture showroom in the country with over 20,000 square feet of showroom from more than 140 Amish vendors. Don’s Home Furniture works directly with Amish builders and have built relationships with them since opening in Madison, Wisconsin back in 1986. 

Fast furniture, like fast fashion, may not last even a few years, but Don’s Home Furniture specializes in furniture that will last for generations. Buying Amish-made means your furniture is made by hand by people who have been building furniture for

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The Best Vintage-Inspired Home Decor and Furniture

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As any good designer will tell you, one of the best (and easiest) ways to give your home space more character is to design it with a vintage-inspired flair in mind. Sure, contemporary furniture can complete your house with a more modern touch — but a truly great piece of antique-looking furniture or decor can warm up even the most minimalist room, all while incorporating a more charming, nostalgic essence.

Contrary to popular belief, you don’t always have to visit your local flea market or antique store to find some seriously cute vintage furniture. In fact, with cottagecore and other romantic styles emerging among this year’s biggest home-design trends, many major retailers are tapping

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Supply Chain Issues Impacting Home Furnishing, Staging

You’ve navigated the endless challenges of the pandemic, from rising prices to self-guided tours of models, and signed on the dotted line to ensure that perfect next home is yours. Problem is, now you have to furnish the place. It turns out the normally-hassle-free process of finding sofas, tables, chairs and beds is equally problem-plagued by issues associated with Covid and the aftermath of the health crisis.

Companies working to ensure homes are nicely furnished know these hurdles all too well. Here’s how they’re steering through the perilous winds of a supply chain tsunami.

“The constraint on furniture supply chains isn’t just inconveniencing consumers, it’s asking them to put their lives on

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Crowds returned to Milan Furniture Fair after 2-year hiatus

MILAN (AP) — Italy’s furniture and design industry embraced the Milan Furniture Fair after a two-year pandemic delay with unapologetic, over-the-top statement pieces, multi-purpose furnishings adapted to small spaces, and sustainable creations by young designers pushing the industry toward a greener path.

After a surprising pandemic redecorating boom, the industry is looking to an uncertain future. There are raw materials shortages, higher transport costs and general economic uncertainty generated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Sales of Italian furnishings surged to 16 billion euros (about $16.7 billion) in 2021, a 16% increase over 2019 and 25% more than 2020.

Despite the murky outlook, the world’s premiere furniture and design fair, known in Italian as Salone del Mobile, kept the focus on innovation as it recorded a rebound in attendance during six days of previews that closed Sunday.

“Attendance was above expectations,” reaching some 400,000 at both Salone and collateral events that

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Why Brown Home Decor Is a Top Trend for 2022

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Not too long ago, brown was considered the ugly duckling of neutrals. While bright whites and cool grays were admired for their sleek, modern look, brown home decor was cast aside as heavy and drab. But now, two years into a pandemic, we’re craving coziness more than ever, and brown’s reputation is starting to shift. It’s on our radar as one of the top trends for 2022, and we’re seeing brown home decor pop up all over our social media feeds. This rich neutral brings a sense of warmth and familiarity at a time when we’ll take all the comfort we can get. So before you write it off as too frumpy for your tastes,

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