Bedroom Furniture Made in the USA

There are lots of high-quality furniture manufacturers in the U.S., but they don’t dominate the aisles of Walmart, Target, and IKEA like the big manufacturers that churn out furniture from China and other countries. With a little research, you can find bedroom furniture that will last you a lifetime. Below are all the bedroom furniture manufacturers made in the USA that we could find. We also included some shopping tips for finding the country of origin and some popular furniture brands that are not made domestically.

Full List of Bedroom Furniture Brands Made in the USA

FLOYD


Headquarters: Detroit, MI

States manufacturing in: MI



FLOYD makes modular furniture that is very easy to put together and looks great. The FLOYD bed frame is one of their most popular items. They also make a mattress, side table, and other small pieces for the bedroom.

Vermont Wood Studios


Headquarters: Vernon, VT

States manufacturing in: VT



Vermont Wood Studios makes wonderful handcrafted bedroom furniture, and they carry pretty much everything you need – bed frames, chests, dressers, armoires, night stands, and more.

Montana Woodworks


Headquarters: Rexford, MT

States manufacturing in: MT



Montana Woodworks is a great option if you’re looking for a log cabin feel. They make a rustic bed frame and other furniture pieces for around the bedroom.

Vaughan-Bassett


Headquarters: Galax, VA

States manufacturing in: VA



Vaughan-Basset has a deep commitment to American manufacturing and almost exclusively focuses on bedroom furniture.

Modernica


Headquarters: Los Angeles, CA

States manufacturing in: CA



Modernica (the name is a dead giveaway) makes modern-looking furniture out of its California manufacturing facility. The price tag is up there, but it seems to be worth it for the quality. The make bed frames and bedside tables.

Skyline Furniture


Headquarters: Thornton, IL

States manufacturing in: IL



Skyline Furniture makes high-quality upholstered bedroom furniture. So, if you need a headboard or other piece with a fabric pattern, give them a look.

Dutch Crafters


Headquarters: Sarasota, FL

States manufacturing in: FL



Dutch Crafters sells handmade Amish furniture from woodworkers across Ohio, Indiana, and Pennsylvania. They have a wide selection of beds, bedroom storage, and other solid wood accessories to choose from.

Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams


Headquarters: Taylorsville, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams is a design-minded furniture manufacturer that is growing quickly and expanding their product catalog. They offer beds, nightstands, and many other staples for the bedroom.

Beverly Furniture


Headquarters: Pomona, CA

States manufacturing in: CA



Beverly Furniture has been in business since 2005 and makes a wide variety of bedroom furniture. Their website is a bit tough to navigate, so I would opt to look at a retailer’s website.

American Leather


Headquarters: Dallas, TX

States manufacturing in: TX



American Leather is famous for its Comfort Sleeper, a luxurious (and they claim the most comfortable) sofa bed. They also make bed frames and some accent chairs for the bedroom.

Kincaid


Headquarters: Taylorsville, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Kincaid is based in the mecca of furniture manufacturing (North Carolina) and makes great solid wood bedroom furniture. Their chests and dressers are some of the most popular options.

Arhaus


Headquarters: Conover, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Arhaus has a lot of bedroom furniture to choose from, including nightstands, dressers, chests, and of course bed frames and headboards.

Century Furniture


Headquarters: Hickory, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Century is based in Hickory, famous for their furniture manufacturing. Check out their Three Drawer Large Nightstand and bed frames for some well-designed bedroom pieces.

Copeland


Headquarters: Bradford, VT

States manufacturing in: VT



Copeland Furniture offers simple furniture pieces with a boxy style. Their beds with storage underneath are low profile and unique. Also, be sure to check out their collection of mirrors.

Flexsteel


Headquarters: Dubuque, IA

States manufacturing in: IA



Flexsteel is based in Iowa and manufactures a wide variety of bedroom furniture styles. They have a unique collection of dressers, nightstands, benches for the end of your bed, and bed frames to choose from.

Harden


Headquarters: McConnellsville, NY

States manufacturing in: NY



Harden has more of an eclectic style to their furniture. They offer pretty much every piece of furniture you need to outfit a bedroom.

Johnston Casuals


Headquarters: North Wilkesboro, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Johnston Casuals makes a great metal four-post bed. Check them out if that’s more your style.

LEE Industries


Headquarters: Conover, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



If you want upholstery for your next bed frame, LEE Industries has you covered. They have over 100 SKUs in their catalog when we checked, which covers a lot of styles and colors.

Marc Taggart & Co


Headquarters: Cody, WY

States manufacturing in: WY



Marc Taggart makes custom beds and furniture that has a western vibe to it. If that’s your style, check them out.

Stephen Daniel Editions


Headquarters: Cookeville, TN

States manufacturing in: TN



Stephen Daniel Editions has a storied history in American manufacturing and makes some high-quality headboards, benches, and bedroom chaises.

The Joinery


Headquarters: Portland, OR

States manufacturing in: OR



A lot of the bedroom pieces from The Joinery have a mid-century modern feel to them. They offer bed frames, nightstands, dressers, and mattresses.

Maiden Home


Headquarters: New York, NY

States manufacturing in: NCNY



Maiden Home is a luxury furniture manufacturer that makes a simple and elegant bed frame; all manufactured in North Carolina.

Stickley


Headquarters: Pineville, NC

States manufacturing in: NCNY



Over 90% of Stickley furniture is made in New York and North Carolina (the rest is imported, unfortunately). In addition to all the staples, check out their mirrors and lamps for your bedroom.


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How to Find Bedroom Furniture Made in the USA

Finding the country of origin is notoriously difficult when shopping for furniture (especially if you’re browsing online). So, here are some tips to hopefully make the research a little less stressful. You need to look at two major factors to find brands that are 100% made in the USA: assembly and material sourcing.

Assembly

Assembly is pretty straightforward – where are they doing all of their final manufacturing? American made bedroom furniture is typically easier to find than other products like clothes, tools, and other durable goods – there are over 9,000 household furniture manufacturers in the U.S. today. Especially in the furniture industry, most brands are typically pretty forthcoming with this information. If you don’t find it on their website, I always recommend giving them a call or sending them an email to ask.

If you’re shopping in a furniture store for some new bedroom pieces, you should be able to find the country of origin on the tag or label next to the piece. I break down everything you need to know about tags and made in the labeling in my separate article on how to find made in the USA products. Let’s dive into material sourcing.

Materials

To be considered “made in the USA,” brands need to source at least 70% of raw materials from U.S. suppliers. Some states like California have even stricter requirements.

Wood

The U.S. lumber economy is very strong, employing over half a million American workers in logging, sawmills, and other industries. The United States produces over 30 billion board feet per year, which leads the world in total production.

However, due to higher labor costs, a lot of raw U.S. lumber is exported for finishing and then re-imported to the United States to be used in durable goods manufacturing. So, be on the lookout for where the bedroom furniture brands you’re looking at are sourcing their wood and if they are using wood that has been treated or finished in other countries.

Metal

While not as popular as wood bed frames, dressers, and other pieces, metals like iron still have their place in bedroom furniture making. It is often used in the headboard, posters, and main frame for several popular beds, and can be used for side tables and other pieces around the bedroom.

The United States produces close to 50 million metric tons of iron ore per year, and is the third highest-value metal that we produce behind gold and copper. However, most of the iron produced in the U.S. today is made from scraps, not ore. We lag behind China and Japan in raw steel production and are the 9th biggest iron ore producer in the world.

So, there are a lot of good U.S. suppliers for metal materials used in bedroom furniture, but it is incredibly easy for manufacturers to cut corners and source metal from overseas. Tread carefully and always ask the brand if they don’t disclose this information.


Bedroom Furniture Not Made in the USA

Here are some bedroom furniture brands that we discovered are not made in America. We’ll keep adding to this list as we find more.

  • IKEA – Designed in Sweden and manufactured in China, Vietnam, Malaysia, and other Asian and Eastern European countries.
  • MoDRN – Imported; textiles come from Turkey.
  • Hooker Furniture – Imports a lot of its furniture from Asia, Mexico, and Central America.
  • Coaster Furniture – Imported
  • Article – Made in Vietnam, China, Indonesia, and India.
  • West Elm – Some manufacturing in North America, but a lot in India.

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