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15 Oct 2017
If you've ever bought furniture, chatted with someone who has purchased furniture, or even looked into purchasing furniture, we can bet you've asked yourself, "why is wood furniture so expensive"   Here at Circle Furniture, we have over 60 years' worth of experience of seeking the best wood furniture for our customers to provide lasting value. Additionally, we are pros at navigating the furniture-buying process, so we bet we can help you answer this question.   Before we get started, though, we thought we'd note something important: when you ask why furniture is so expensive, what you're really asking is something else, something more like, "why is high-quality wood furniture so expensive"     What even is high-quality wood furniture It's no secret that you ...
27 Jul 2017
Top Problems With Upholstered Furniture (and How to Care for Them) The perfect sofa is an investment. Here at Circle Furniture, a family-owned and operated business that services thousands of customers a year - many of whom buy upholstered furniture - we know this to be true: given the right care, a well-made sofa will last years.  Before buying, it's important to consider what can go wrong with even the most well-made sofa. Here's that list of problems, and because we love you, we even included the solutions. The problem: the way your fabric looks at night isn't how it looks during the day. So you picked out your fabric in the store, and waited the 8-10 weeks for it to be delivered"¦ only ...
23 Mar 2016
Question: My cushions are pilling - should I be worried about the look and longevity of my sofa Short Answer: Have no fear - this is not a sign your fabric is defective and it is easily treatable! Long Answer:  First of all - what are pills A pill or bobble is a small ball of fibers that form on the surface of fabric. So  let's talk about what causes it and how to best manage them  should they appear on your cushions. What causes these little balls of fiber to form In the normal course of use  upholstery, rugs, clothing, etc. surfaces will rub together and that  friction allows  loose fibers to pill. Natural fibers shed these loose fibers more easily and ...
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