My wife and I had a gift card to a store with a name similar to the one in the title of this entry. Since I am launching a woodworking business I always like to see what the “competition” is doing so I perused the made-in-china furniture they had to offer. I was shocked at the price and the quality, the former being high and the latter being low. These were pieces made from cheap pine that was poorly stained complete with streaks and blotches. The joinery consisted of too-few dowels so that most of it was easily twisted and racked. I fear that this company has made a name for itself and is now sitting on its laurels counting on it’s reputation to sell products. Folks will think that by default this is quality stuff but this sort of business is built on a foundation of sand. Perhaps that is the intention and it will “make hay while the sunshines” and then dissolve when the public realizes they are not getting what they are paying for. This was definitely an educational lesson for an entrepreneur.
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