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Dining Set Brand Help

Posted by 360blessings (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 21, 12 at 16:26

I have read through many of the posts about brands, but have not seen anything about Intercon? How do they compare to Canadel, etc.

I am looking at these sets:

American Drew Americana Home
Hooker Sorella
Hooker Saddleworth
Intercon Bridgeport
Intercon Kingston
Intercon Monastary
Intercon Rusic Mission
Pennsylvania House Alfresco
Pulaski Calistoga
Pulasi Del Rey
Stanley European Farmhouse
Stanley Classic Portofino

and we are also looking at the Canadel distressed line.

We initially saw the Haverty's Woodbridge which we really liked, but I wanted to find the true manufacturer (looks very similar to Intercon's Kingston). We like the idea of a bench and chairs, but are just exploring our options.

Which would you consider the best quality. I am not able to purchase several of the other recommended brands as I can get these at a steep discount. I am limited to max of 72-74 inches and this will go in a kitchen. We already have a larger formal dining room set. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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RE: Dining Set Brand Help

I have been looking at Dining, while I have been looking for bedrooms. Canadel is North American, Canada. Some of the companies you have listed are foreign asian imports. Personally, after some of the imported junk I have seen, I can only consider USA/North American. I think the Canadel line is really nice and they give you a lot of options.

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