Casco Bay Furniture of York, ME Receives Best Of Houzz 2017 Award Third Year in a Row – Review

Over 25 Million Monthly Unique Users Rated Top-Rated Home Building, Remodeling and Design Professionals in the United States and Around the World York, ME – USA, January 18, 2017 – Casco Bay Furniture has been awarded “Best of Houzz” for Customer Satisfaction by Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. Casco Bay Furniture was also the recipient of this coveted...
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RH Maxwell vs. Casco Bay Furniture Madison – Review

What you should know about our Madison leather sofa featured in Brompton Cocoa The Madison Sofa has a classic rolled arm design made popular by several Catalog Companies. Compare our Madison Leather Sofa to the Restoration Hardware Maxwell Sofa and similar sofas from other Catalog Companies and other retailers. Our version of this sofa, The Madison is handcrafted in a state of the art...
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RH Lancaster vs. Casco Bay Furniture Manchester – Review

What you should know about our Manchester leather sofa featured in Brompton Cocoa The Manchester Sofa has a classic rolled arm design made popular by several Catalog Companies. Compare our Manchester Leather Sofa to the Restoration Hardware Lancaster Sofa and similar sofas from other Catalog Companies and other retailers. Our version of this sofa, The Manchester is handcrafted in a state of the...
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Casco Bay Furniture Review – The History of the Chesterfield Sofa

At Casco Bay Furniture, we are often asked about the history of the Chesterfield sofa. Here is a bit of that history. The word “Chesterfield” is a term used today by many in North American and particularly in Canada to describe what most of us commonly refer to as a sofa. But the term has much older origins. It is generally thought that the Fourth Earl of Chesterfield, Lord Philip Stanford,...
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Casco Bay Furniture Review – An Interview with our North Carolina, Blue Ridge Mountain Table Artisan.

  John can you tell me how you started building custom made furniture? Well Richard I started 44 years ago I think it was in 1972. My wife Penny and I opened a shop in Southern California. I was always an Artisan at heart. Before long I started making hand carved mirrors and folk art. With the encouragement of family and friends I began to enter my work in local art shows and before I knew I was...
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