What furniture sells the most? – Starting A Woodworking Business Podcast

That’s the question. I guess the real estate industry and furniture manufacturers in general seem to do pretty well. I had a few hard questions about what the top 10 best sellers in this category look like:

Top 10 Most Expensive Fixtures

# 1 – Cushion

# 2 – Chair

# 3 – Table

# 4 – Bookcase

# 5 – Coffee Table

# 6 – Stool

# 7 – Table Lamp

# 8 – Rug

# 9 – Chair Lamp

# 10 – Table Lamp with Drawer

I think it’s safe to say that there isn’t much furniture that sells for more than a few thousand bucks.

#10 is where it gets fun! You have to go to the bottom, where we have to pay attention to the top-selling furniture in this segment:


It’s hard to pin down what Cushions actually are. But people do buy a lot of them! It’s a great couch, or even a “sleeping bench” as some people call them. And they can be used over and over again. So what makes them really good? Well, there are several things I have to say.

First up, I like Cushions because… they’re pretty. They have a soft look to them. They are cushy. They have a good surface for your feet to rest on. They are nice to carry around. They provide some support for the legs and ankles.

You need a cushion to carry around. You don’t want too many cushions so they are going to go everywhere – in your pocket, on your chair, on the floor, etc. And I think that’s fine if the Cushion is a couch. It isn’t going to be all the way to the roof. I’m OK with having a couch cushion in my pocket. I mean, why shouldn’t I have a little cushion in my pocket?

So Cushions also provide some support. And if you have a kid who is just starting to crawl, a Cushion is a good thing in your baby’s back and sides. Not only can it support a baby up on its tummy, it can also keep your baby on its tummy while you move to new positions. So, what’s not to like about a cushion with a “back” and/or “stomach”?

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