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Classic Meets Modern: Hickory TV Console Hutch
Classic, real wood furniture and those who craft it using traditional methods may seem like an idealized dream. Why should someone spend countless hours hand-crafting a furniture piece when factory-assembled furniture can create a piece in drastically less time? Why use carefully-selected pieces of natural wood? Isn’t all wood the same?
For furniture-enthusiasts, the answers to these questions will seem obvious. Hand-crafted furniture boasts a noticeably greater quality than factory-produced furniture. Therefore careful wood selection enhances the final beauty of each piece. Nowhere is this more evident than in the Hickory 60 inch TV Console Hutch. This one-of-a-kind piece boasts a style and design that could never be replicated by factory assembly lines, and the raw Hickory wood is carefully selected and includes bark accents to ensure strength and beauty.
Also, two antique glass doors beautifully accent the hutch and provide storage space. To see more pieces like this, visit Brandenberry Amish Furniture.
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Custom Piece Finds a Home
The Mullan Mission TV Stand
Furniture-enthusiasts can find countless reasons to celebrate Amish furniture. for its sturdy construction, its timeless styles and classic designs, its practical use, its custom options, even the hand-on service that comes when working with the Amish. One of the most exciting qualities of Amish furniture, one that thrills furniture-lovers and furniture-novices alike, are custom furniture pieces.
Custom furniture allows one the possibility of owning an entirely original piece. Therefore these pieces will sometimes feature entirely new designs that have not been seen.
The Mullan Mission TV Stand, pictured here, boasts solid Brown Maple wood construction and Mission side slats. As well as two full-extension drawers and two “floating” glass shelves. Therefore the clean, elegant design allows for plenty of customization.
To see more TV stands like this, visit us at Brandenberry Amish Furniture.
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Back in the day when hi fi stereo music was the rage, the first thing you’d see as you entered a living room, den or man cave was the stereo system. The turntable, tape deck, AM/FM tuner, amplifiers and speakers would be all neatly arranged on the stereo furniture stand. Open TV stands are today’s equivalent of yesterday’s stereo stands, only better. Because an Open TV Stand from Brandenberry Amish Furniture lets you show off your stereo system and other whiz bang digital equipment plus your big screen TV, it is sure to be a feature in your family room. Also, you’ll get a top-quality piece of furniture that’s great-looking and strong.
Amish-Crafted for Beauty, Practicality and Strength
The best cabinetmakers in the Midwest handcraft each Brandenberry Open TV Stand. The Amish men use solid regional hardwoods like oak, maple and cherry. What’s more, the builders utilize tried-and-proven, traditional construction techniques and skills handed down from their ancestors. As a result, the unit you buy will be incredibly sturdy. In fact, with proper care, it should become a family heirloom.
Open TV Stands: Flaunt Your Home Theater-Audio Systems
Here are a few of the many Open TV Stands available from Brandenberry. The units all feature solid hardwood construction, a 1-inch-thick solid hardwood top and a full-extension drawer.
- Straight Royal Mission Open TV Stand features decorative corbels, slatted sides, diamond inlays and black Mission hardware.
- Rio Mission Open TV Table comes with slatted sides, mortise and tenon joints plus Mission-style simplicity.
- Pasadena Open TV Console stands out, thanks to its 1-inch steel band and buttons plus its rich genuine woodgrain.
Visit Online or in Person
To view Brandenberry’s impressive collection of open TV stands, as well as closed TV consoles, visit Brandenberry Furniture or stop in at their ‘brick and mortar’ store in Shipshewana, Indiana. Check out the TV stands, consoles and entertainment centers for yourself.