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With goal of creating beautiful furniture at a great price while providing top quality customer care and satisfaction, Dutch Craft Furniture in Berlin offers a complete line of high quality hardwood furniture.
"We really specialize here in custom specialty building," said owner Gary Yoder. "For any product in here, a person can walk in and select different types of wood to have built in with the different stain colors that we offer with any wood."
In the store's spacious 10,000 square-foot showroom, bedroom, dining room and living room furniture is displayed in oak, cherry, maple, elm and quarter-sawn white oak in a wide variety of styles and finishes.
"We try to set up a wide variety -- dining room, bedroom, entertainment centers, office, the whole line -- so customers can come in and see the different options," said Yoder.
For those looking for something specific, Dutch Craft Furniture offers custom styling, and will even build something entirely new to fit the customer's individual needs.
"There are a lot of pieces that we sit down and draw up," explained Yoder, noting that since every piece of furniture is locally made, complying with customers' needs is simple. "Every item is built from scratch, so it's not a big deal to customize a piece of furniture."
Popular examples of this custom designed furniture includes wall units for living rooms, libraries and offices, or entryway cabinets. "Those are simply drawn up from scratch," said Yoder.
Other items include beautifully crafted tables, desks, shelves, coffee tables, beds, mattresses, benches, end tables, dressers, chests and much more.
At Dutch Craft Furniture, sofas, chairs and other items are built and upholstered right at the store with a wide variety of fabric and material options to choose from.
"Our specialty is catering to people who want things built the way they want it," said Yoder. "Customers value that they can come in here with a lot of flexibility and choices on how it's built."
Dutch Craft Furniture is located at 4774 U.S. 62 in Berlin. For more information, call 330-893-4041.
Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330-674-5676 or firstname.lastname@example.org.