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The Republican

Newspaper

Spring Home & Garden

2017

Complete Landscape, Installation and Maintenance

“Where Quality Landscaping Meets Home Town Feel”

www.levelacreslandscaping.com

• 814-662-2949 or 301-697-4818

Monday - Friday 9-4 • Saturday 9-3 • Sunday - By Appointment

302 Level Acres Lane

Springs, PA

Whispering Pines Furniture, QualityWood Furnishings

Whispering Pines Furniture

is nestled in the foothills of Mt.

Davis between Springs and

Salisbury, Pa., along Rt. 669

(Springs Road).

The heirloom quality fur-

niture is built by Amish crafts-

men. Most can be built in

oak, cherry, hickory, maple,

quarter-sawn white oak, rustic

cherry, brown maple, or pine.

There is no cheap particle

board or veneer furniture at

Whispering Pines.

For the dining room, there

is a variety of tables, chairs,

and hutches. Rustic furniture

is a big seller, including loggy

hickory, rough-sawn cherry,

and other primitive furnishings

that are perfect for cabins and

log homes. Also available are

items at the other end of the

spectrum with clean, contem-

porary designs that can be

customized to fit in any home.

Whispering Pines has kitch-

en islands that come in a wide

selection of styles and colors.

Living room items include

solid wood coffee and end

tables, entertainment centers,

sofas, love seats, and chairs.

For the bedroom, there is

a wide selection of beds and

Amish handcrafted mattresses.

Dressers, mirrors, armoires,

chests of drawers, nightstands,

and blanket chests are some of

the available accents. Cheval

mirrors are another option,

some with hidden jewelry

compartments.

An in-house artist and fram-

er can accommodate custom

pieces of art work, pictures,

puzzles, and more.

Whispering Pines can also

personalize gifts with a state-

of- the-art laser machine.

Wristbands, key chains, water

bottles, picture frames, pens,

and other gifts are able to be

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