One of the requirements of any furniture sold by The Painted Furniture Barn is that it be “Made in America” so let me introduce you to a friend of ours— meet Maine Woodworks.
Maine Woodworks manufactures solid hardwood furniture (no veneers here) out of Saco, Maine, using both time-tested and modern day joinery methods that result in durable and functional furniture that will last a lifetime. Finishes are environmentally friendly, and the color wheel is at your fingertips when it comes to paint. You can select from 40 in-stock colors or have a custom color made just for you.
In many instances it is the “people” that make a company successful–people who make a commitment to the company to produce the very finest work they are capable of producing and dedicate themselves to the company’s mission. As a division of Creative Work Systems, Maine Woodworks employs 5 full-time employees who are assisted by 8 part-time employees with varying degrees of disability. This opportunity to become a productive citizen improves not only their self-esteem but their self-sufficiency, which benefits us all. To learn more about Creative Work Systems, visit their site at www.creativeworksystems.com.
Simple designs that never go out of style is the hallmark of this furniture. Dressers, chests, armoires, coffee and end tables and a selection of unique bed designs will enhance any style decor. Design options include beadboard siding for a cottage look or barnboard siding for those of you looking for something a bit more rustic. You can further customize a piece by selecting our two-tone option as shown on this 4 drawer chest that also features beadboard siding.
Or, step out of your neutral colored box and select a fun color that will turn your furniture into a focal point. For example, this lingerie chest in an unexpected shade of lilac
or the desk/work center in the color of the year, Emerald Green.
To view our entire collection from Maine Woodworks, visit our site at www.paintedfurniturebarn.com where we look forward to introducing you to more of our “Made in America” friends.