The Kountry Kraft Blog

The roots of Kountry Kraft are founded in furniture making, and our company is proud to partner with local Pennsylvania artisans to offer the American Heirloom Collection of fine furniture, a high quality line of handcrafted furniture that satisfies even the most discerning customers.  American Heirlooms furniture is built from Pennsylvania cherry, oak and maple harvested from the Northeastern USA.  It is crafted using state-of-the-art equipment to aid in the efficiency and quality of manufacturing, but we still provide the top quality craftsmanship our customers have come to expect.

American Heirloom custom tables can be built in many shapes and styles.  The line includes both dropleaf and drawleaf tables to provide extra space when needed.  Style options include rectangle extension, round extension, gathering extension, farm tables, dinette, Queen Ann, pedestal, pub, innkeeper, colonial, reeded, and Yarmouth extension tables.

Custom tables are available with a variety of edge options and finishes, including hand-planed tops that give finished tables a truly authentic antiqued appearance.  Table legs are bolted to sturdy corner brackets to provide secure leg support, extending the life of the furniture.  Legs also include table levelers to adjust to uneven flooring, a finishing touch not often found in commercially manufactured tables.  All American Heirlooms pedestal tables have extension slides to provide smooth extension that is dependable for years of use. Many of the extension and pedestal tables also have self-storing leaves, eliminating the need to find a safe place to store leaves between uses.

Pictured below is a round shaker custom table and eight spindle arm chair and side chairs from the American Heirlooms series.  This is just one of the many table styles available in the line.  To see the extended line of American Heirlooms custom furniture, which also includes chairs, benches and children’s furniture, request a catalog by contacting us at 610-589-4575.

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Dee Funk February 24, 2016