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    Furniture Manufacturers in Lynchburg

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    Business Listing   Bechtel Frames - Lynchburg, VA - Phone: (434) 847-3592

    Business Listing   Bechtel Jeffrey - Lynchburg, VA - Phone: (434) 847-2004

    Business Listing   Charter of Lynchburg - Lynchburg, VA - Phone: (434) 239-9000

    Business Listing   Hickory Frames Inc - Lynchburg, VA - Phone: (434) 847-8489

    Business Listing   IKON Office Solutions - Lynchburg, VA - Phone: (434) 847-8299

    Business Listing   Old Dominion Wood Products - Lynchburg, VA - Phone: (434) 846-3019

    Business Listing   Waterford Furniture Makers - Lynchburg, VA - Phone: (434) 847-4468

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    Helpful Definition for: Furniture Manufacturers

    Furniture manufacturers in Lynchburg are the professionals skilled at designing furniture of great variety & styles.

    The furniture manufacturers often combine furniture styles from different countries to create wooden furniture that is stylish, aesthetic and has a traditional look and feel to it. Wood is still considered the most popular material for furniture manufacturing, mostly because of its easy availability & strength. Furniture manufacturers prefer blending new age materials like leather, satin and linen to improve both the looks and the durability of wooden furniture. They also use bare wood furniture without any refinements for making dining sets and arm chairs, dining tables and study tables.

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