Often times our family gatherings take place around the table. Here at Braden’s we offer our clients numerous options on Dining Room Décor, when it comes to both style and price point. We know how important it is to create a perfect space to host friends and family.
This page is dedicated to showcasing a few of our favorite dining room furniture manufacturers, but the list certainly doesn’t stop here! See something you like or have questions? Feel free to email us at email@example.com or call the showroom to speak to a Sales Associate at 865.777.4059!
STICKLEY DINING ROOM FURNITURE
Stickley Furniture has been producing quality, heirloom furniture here in America since the early 1900s. If you’re in need of long-lasting, solid wood furniture, Stickley is a perfect starting point. Stickley Furniture offers everything you could possibly need to create both a gorgeous and functional dining space.
When you choose Century Furniture, their ability to customize whatever you desire is much like commissioning an artist to create a fine work of art. With over 2000 fabrics, leathers and trims and 50+ finishes there are no limits as to how you can express yourself with our furniture. Since the vast majority of our furniture is manufactured in Hickory, NC from predominantly domestic materials we are able to offer a level of quality, speed and service unparalleled by any competitor in our class. No detail is overlooked, and every measure is taken to insure that every piece of Century Furniture you purchase is precisely as you wish.
Infinite Possibilities. Unlimited Attention.®
FOUR HANDS FURNITURE
Unique designs with global influences. Unearthing new trends. Reinventing Textures. Evolving Classics.
ORIENT EXPRESS FURNITURE
Orient Express Furniture is the result of a direct collaboration between the Orient Express design team and select worldwide manufacturers. Orient Express strives for exceptional offerings by combining fashion-forward design with innovative finishes to produce seating, case goods and upholstery that not only follow the latest trends, but maintain timeless charm. A wide selection of diverse products provide something for everyone, from unique sandblasted veneers that offer an industrial reclaimed look to popular dining, accent, upholstery and special order programs.
PALETTES BY WINESBURG
American Made Furniture, from forest to fabrication. Located in the rolling farmland of Ohio’s Amish country, Palettes by Winesburg is a third generation of lumber specialists who hand-select the best of the cherry, oak, maple, walnut or hickory tree to bring you our quality products. Our family selects and harvests the timber, shapes it in our own sawmill, and then carefully checks it in our own dry kilns. We know the building of solid wood furniture from its roots. Winesburg Lumber had its origins as a two-man logging operation more than three generations ago.
Customize your design with Palettes of Winesburg,
Proudly Made in North America
Canadel is a family-owned company. We believe in manufacturing products that are hand-assembled and hand-finished in North America.
All Canadel furnishings are made of solid birch from North American forests and manufactured locally according to environmentally-friendly processes. In addition, each piece of furniture is assembled and finished by hand following the highest quality standards in the industry.
Customize Your Design with Canadel.
CLASSIC HOME FURNITURE
Classic Home incorporates a harmonious combination of global inspiration, timeless character and evolutionary design. Untouched by seasonal trends, our comprehensive collection of furniture, rugs, bedding, pillows and lighting, offer endless looks for your home or design project.
Solid wood and traditional construction details are themes throughout product composition and design. Using kiln dried woods consisting of acacia, alder, mahogany, oak, pine and teak, our craftsmen combine these timbers with traditional mortise, tenon, dovetail and dowel joints creating exquisite pieces of furniture. Finishes are hand applied starting with physical distressing, where appropriate, and continuing through the staining process, ending with lacquered top coats. These solid wood pieces are often enhanced with intricate hand-painted designs and finishes.