Published at Thursday, April 12th, 2018 - 06:04:12 AM. . By Heidi Caroline.
With furniture, you may want to look for key words aside from 'made in the U.S.A.' For example, kiln-dried frames are higher quality than frames that have not been kiln-dried. The same goes for taking note of what fabrics are being used, and so forth. With other items, it's pick and choose. When you're out shopping for home accessories and you pick an item up, you should feel whether it feels shoddy and cheap, or whether it feels sturdy and well constructed. It's really all about the feel of the item. Just be cautious and go with your gut instinct.
Purchasing products made in the United States can have a great effect on our economy. Whether you're looking for furniture or other home accessories, clothing or even just locally grown food, by investing in locally made products, you're actually investing in your home. It sounds a bit cheesy, almost cliche, in fact. However, the movement is growing and it's no surprise that people are joining in.
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