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Dowel Furniture

(617) 684-5936
Company Profile: 

Dowel is an online furniture company offering the high end furniture at a fair price online. It is owned and run by siblings Ray Hallare and Joanne Hallare Lee and each piece is handcrafted and sourced directly from their family's factory, which has been producing fine furniture for over 20 years. We allow for endless customization with offerings of over a hundred different fabric and finish options to truly make our pieces your own. If you want to make something truly unique, we also allow you to send us your own fabric. Send us the details about the material you want to use, and once we approve the quality matches your intended use, we'll send you a prepaid shipping label to get your material to us. All our pieces are made to order and take 6-12 weeks for delivery.

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