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Cresent Furniture

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Mon, Jan 21, 13 at 20:27

I am looking to buy a bedroom set and are considering sets by Cresent Fine Furniture and Durham Furniture.

Does anyone have any experience with either of these furniture manufactures?

Thank you,


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RE: Cresent Furniture

Just to say that I am looking at the same two companies. I saw a bedroom set yesterday that was built by Cresent. It was really well made, but a bit too elegant for what I need in our mountain house. The drawers functioned smoothly and the finish was very nice.

RE: Cresent Furniture

I am not that familiar with Durham but I am with Cresent. They make a very nice product. It is made overseas but it is well made, very nice looks and in my opinion good quality. The focus is on bedroom and they may have a few dining rooms. It is one of my favorite bedroom lines.

RE: Cresent Furniture

We have Durham bedroom furniture in cherry. I believe it's made in Canada. We are very happy with it. It's very sturdy, nicely finished and was reasonably priced.

RE: Cresent Furniture

Thank you for your responses. I'm leaning toward the Durham Mount Vernon collection. It has a little more carving that I like.

I saw some good Internet pricing from
(1) Knight Funiture, 214 Second Loop Road, Florence, SC 29501,
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(2) Hickory Park Furniture Galleries, 2220 Highway 70 SE, Suite 370, Hickory, NC 28602,

Do you anythings about either of these companies?



RE: Cresent Furniture

Both of these retailers are well established with good reputations and a wide selection of product lines. I don't think you could go wrong with either one of them. I suppose you will have to see which one offers you the best price and which one you feel most comfortable with.

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