Masterfield's eight-way hand-tied furniture

In the furniture business, one of the most tried-and-true construction methods is the use of eight-way hand-tied springs in upholstered furniture. If you stop by the Knox Furniture showroom in Newnan, you can even see a cross-section of a Masterfield Furniture Company chair that clearly and helpfully shows the popular eight-way hand-tied springs.

This construction method uses a series of coils, with each coil tied—from front to back, side to side, and diagonally—eight times. This method of hand-tying results in the greatest level of comfort and is considered by many to offer superior seating in a sofa, love seat or chair.

Masterfield is among the furniture lines we carry at Knox and offers the eight-way hand-tied springs. In addition to its quality construction, Masterfield Furniture also offers select kiln-dried maple hardwood frames; main joints that are glued and double doweled for maximum stability; and a steel band cross under each spring for extra support.

If you would like to see a video showing Masterfield Furniture's eight-way hand-tied construction process, click here, and if you would like to see some of this fine furniture for yourself, please visit us at 75 Greenville St. in Newnan.