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The Shops at Marlborough Barn
45 North Main Street
Marlborough, CT 06447

Sun - Mon: Closed
Tues - Sat: 11:00 - 5:00

Colchester Large Showroom
200 Lebanon Ave
Colchester, CT 06415

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Tues - Sat: 12:00 - 5:00

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Shaker Style Wood Furniture

In today’s fast-paced society we are all looking for the same thing: simplicity. Confusion and complexity just doesn’t work, especially when it comes to furnishing the rooms of your home. The more busy and intricate your décor gets the worse the room ends up looking. At Westchester Woods Furniture we feature a tremendous selection of Shaker style Amish furniture that will enhance the look and feel of any room in your home.

The allure of Shaker style furniture is in its clean, simple lines and humble, minimalist design. Some craftsmen say Shaker style Amish wood furniture has a chameleon-like aspect in that the simplicity of each hand-crafted piece has the ability to transition into traditional and contemporary settings. That is the real feature of simplicity; it is versatile and transitional and can be used to accent many styles of home décor.

Shaker style wood furniture also delivers modern function with traditional details. From coffee tables for traditional living rooms to dining tables for contemporary dining rooms, we have Shaker furniture that will bring your rooms to life. Skipping the frills of ornamentation, inlays and carvings Shaker furniture stands proudly on clean designs that are timeless, transitional and durable.

In our 4,000 square foot showroom you’ll find a wide selection of high quality Shaker style wood furnishings including chests, tables, chairs and desks that are simple, sturdy and seamless. Our helpful and knowledgeable staff is eager to lend a hand and provide with all the information you need to make the nest decision for your home furnishing needs.

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