George Washington and the Cherry Tree inspires Solid Cherry Wood Furniture

As we’re still celebrating the week of President’s Day we’re also ready to celebrate George Washington’s birthday tomorrow, February 22nd - and the first thing that comes to mind is that famous Cherry Tree!  The story cites that as a child Washington cut down his father’s cherry tree and admitted to his wrong-doing by saying “I can’t tell a lie, Pa.”  Whether the story is true or not, we like to believe it’s a great moral lesson to teach children and one that inspires us to find some great cherry wood around our showroom!  What could be better than Solid Cherry Wood Furniture in honor of George Washington’s Birthday (and perhaps some Cherry pie!).

Cherry Park Storage Bedroom by Kincaid Furniture

The Cherry Park Collection by of the Cherry Park bedroom is the King Platform Storage Bed with Sleigh Headboard.  Combining the appeal of a sleigh bed and the functionality of underbed storage built into the footboard, this King bed provides premium quality and durability without losing style.

Cherry Park Bedroom Furniture Collection Details

Attention to detail is key with Kincaid Furniture, both in aesthetics and in construction.  The Cherry Park Rectangular Leg Table, the Slat Back Side Chairs, and the Slat Back Arm Chairs feature the same cherry hue and combine traditional design with a few modern touches to keep it updated.  The Dining Set can be described as simple, yet elegant, with a warm and inviting appeal.  Careful construction of a fully floating top in the table allows for normal expansion and contraction of the solid wood components as the humidity changes in your home.

Kincaid Furniture's Cherry Park Dining Room Set

Ever wonder how to care, clean and protect your Solid Wood Furniture?  Read through our Furniture Care page to view some important key points about caring for your wood furniture.  Visit Belfort Furniture to view this collection in person at our Galleries Showroom, as well as other Solid Wood Furniture collections in Washington, DC, Northern Virginia and Maryland.

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