There are countless options to consider when it comes to buying furniture. Most people begin their search with the basics in mind, style, comfort, and cost.
But, have you considered where your furniture is made? Or, what it is made out of? You may be familiar with the term- you get what you pay for. A lower price tag may indicate a poorly constructed piece of furniture or cheap materials. Fortunately, there seems to be a growing number of consumers that are concerned about what’s inside the products they’re bringing into their homes. And, the smart shoppers are looking for that American made label.
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In the recent past, many furniture companies have moved their factories overseas due to labor costs. However, if you know where to look there is still plenty of manufacturing right here in America. I think American made furniture gives us all a sense of pride because of the many benefits that come from purchasing locally. A few key benefits include keeping jobs in the US as well as better quality products, and improved sustainability.
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Searching for American made furniture can be a little overwhelming. So we’ve created a list of some of our go-to vendors.