Published at Monday, August 13th, 2018 - 21:06:54 PM. Furniture. By Kimberly C Joyner.
Although the quality of the types of cardboard furniture that is available to consumers today is much higher than it used to be, affordable furniture that is made of cheap materials has been around for decades. Ever since the middle of the 20th century, a growing number of people have begun moving around much more frequently than previous generations, and they quickly learned the benefits of traveling light. Whether it was to find a better life or simply to explore the world on their own, people rarely stay put for very long these days when they leave their parents nest, and cardboard furniture has made it possible for these individuals to afford decent furniture that can be transported from one place to another relatively easily.
That is why a large proportion of Amish furniture offers a high degree of customization - because it is not sold from stock but made to order. It makes no difference if a table is fitted with this leg or that, or if it is needed an inch or so higher or lower. A kitchen cabinet can be made slightly shorter or longer to exactly fit the space available. The point is, such people need a means of showing the distributor what they can do, and craft fairs are a good way of doing that. Maybe you can make furniture - even if you only hand-make solid wood bench seats secured each end with wooden pegs. Show off your work, and you might be able to persuade a visiting retailer to display your bench in their showroom and take orders for you to make. Furniture events are not all simple sales on furniture. They have other uses and meet different needs. People attend them for their own reasons. Some might purchase the goods on show at a reduced price, while others might spot something for the future. Yet another might be lucky and find a retailer willing to sell their products. Furniture events have something for everyone.
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