Tree Forms Amish Furniture

★★★★☆
  • 1302 Dryden Rd

    Ithaca, NY 14850

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  • 607-272-2913

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We recently moved into a new office and we wanted to get some office furniture that was high quality and mission style. Treeforms Furniture came up when we did a Google search so we went there first. We were pleasantly surprised with the

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We recently moved into a new office and we wanted to get some office furniture that was high quality and mission style. Treeforms Furniture came up when we did a Google search so we went there first. We were pleasantly surprised with the

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Treeforms may clarify their name with "Amish Furniture", but it's really hard to tell what they're trying to be as a mechant. They break down to about 40% general store and 60% furniture dealer (with the latter growing as time passes). The general store / gift shop end is mostly classless merchandise you wouldn't want to receive, and hopefully don't want to give. Then furniture is a real mixed bag. Much of it is lower end stuff that isn't worth the price unless you're willing to knowlingly compromise on design, durability, and construction quality. The mid-priced furniture (nothing is really "high-end" here) has some appeal, but the conditions under which they store there stock (with chairs hanging from the ceiling or cabinets stocked one atop the other) leaves you thinking it might be better to check out another dealer. And, recommendation-wise, that would be a good idea ...

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Treeforms may clarify their name with "Amish Furniture", but it's really hard to tell what they're trying to be as a mechant. They break down to about 40% general store and 60% furniture dealer (with the latter growing as time passes). The general store / gift shop end is mostly classless merchandise you wouldn't want to receive, and hopefully don't want to give. Then furniture is a real mixed bag. Much of it is lower end stuff that isn't worth the price unless you're willing to knowlingly compromise on design, durability, and construction quality. The mid-priced furniture (nothing is really "high-end" here) has some appeal, but the conditions under which they store there stock (with chairs hanging from the ceiling or cabinets stocked one atop the other) leaves you thinking it might be better to check out another dealer. And, recommendation-wise, that would be a good idea ...

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