Shipshewana, IN (PRWEB) July 13, 2012
Brandenberry Amish Furniture is now offering new home theater furniture choices in its broad furniture lineup. Since the popularization of the home television in the 1950’s, home entertainment has grown from a single, small television in the family room to larger, flatter televisions in the designated “entertainment” room. With this shift toward re-creating theaters in the home, Brandenberry Amish Furniture has kept pace with demands to create a variety of home seating options suitable for the most elaborate home theater system. Owner LeRoy Weaver notes, “Folks have an interest in entertainment related furniture, so we are always brainstorming how to create better entertainment pieces and we are excited about our new models this year.”
Brandenberry’s newest seating option, the McCoy Sofa Recliner brings a level of comfort and durability that may be utilized in a typical family room but is designed for an entertainment room. Featuring plush upholstery, solid wood construction, sturdy wood slats, bowed arms and independent reclining for each seat (three in total), this Mission style furniture piece can transform any entertainment room into a theater environment.
The McCoy Loveseat Recliner, also a recent debut from Brandenberry, boasts the same plush upholstery, solid wood construction (using select regional hardwoods), traditional craftsmanship (Amish artisans using Old World methods) and timeless Mission style. And in the cases of both the sofa and the loveseat, a variety of custom options (including wood species, finish (stain, paint, dye), upholstery and seating choices) allows clients to specify each detail of their seat to their personal preference.
For those interested in learning more about home theater furnishings or about Brandenberry Amish Furniture and their selection of Amish-crafted furniture, check out Brandenberry online or visit their store location in Shipshewana, Indiana.
About Brandenberry Amish Furniture:
Brandenberry Furniture features furniture custom-crafted in the heartland the Amish way. Many of the furniture pieces are exclusively designed and built for Brandenberry clients or the Brandenberry showroom in Shipshewana. LeRoy and Ida Weaver established their first Amish furniture store in 1989 in Shipshewana, Indiana, before opening Brandenberry Furniture in 2008. They maintain two family-owned and operated businesses offering a full line of solid wood, Amish Furniture at affordable prices. In addition to providing a wide selection of home furniture, Brandenberry Furniture offers a range of services, including layaway and delivery options, custom furniture design consultation, price quotes and exclusive sales.