Cabinets Made in the USA

Cabinets can be used to store, and in some cases display, almost anything you can think of. They also make a beautiful addition to your home. During our research, we discovered some amazing cabinets made in the USA. Below is a complete list of domestically-made cabinets, as well as tips for shopping for American-made cabinets and some well-known companies that manufacture them overseas. Let’s dig in!

Complete List of Cabinet Brands Made in the USA


Headquarters: Detroit, MI

States manufacturing in: MI

FLOYD is committed to becoming one of the first carbon-neutral furniture brands. They make cabinets that add storage to existing shelving systems or media consoles.

American Eco Furniture

Headquarters: Athens, GA

States manufacturing in: GA

American Eco Furniture is dedicated to environmentally friendly handcrafted solid wood furniture made in the USA. They make china cabinets, hutches, shutter cabinets, and media cabinets. A few are made from reclaimed barn wood.


Headquarters: Conover, NC

States manufacturing in: NC

This furniture brand makes beautiful cabinets, hutches, sideboards, servers, buffets, and credenzas in a variety of styles. Arhaus emphasizes sustainability in the production of all its pieces.


Headquarters: Bradford, VT

States manufacturing in: VT

They have bar cabinets, buffets, and hutches made from hardwood walnut or cherry grown in Vermont. Like the rest of their furniture, these pieces incorporate classic proportions with modern simplicity.

Dutch Crafters

Headquarters: Sarasota, FL

States manufacturing in: FL

Their huge variety of authentic Amish cabinets includes china cabinets, hutches, buffets, credenzas, sideboards, bar and wine cabinets, and curio and display cabinets. Everything is hand-crafted from solid hardwood.


Headquarters: Dubuque, IA

States manufacturing in: IA

This furniture brand makes armoires, buffets, credenzas, hutches, and file/storage cabinets. They are all part of Flexsteel’s Plymouth collection.

Gerstner & Sons

Headquarters: Dayton, OH

States manufacturing in: OH

They have several roller cabinets you can use in your workshop or garage. Their versatile International GI-R20 Oak 5-Drawer Roller Cabinet can also be used in your studio, officer, or even your kitchen as a rolling island work cart.


Headquarters: McConnellsville, NY

States manufacturing in: NY

This brand is well-known for its high-quality, domestic cherry wood furniture, including cabinets. A few pieces are even in the White House. However, they went out of business, so if you want a cabinet from them, we recommend looking in antique stores, consignment shops, thrift shops, or online platforms such as eBay or Charish.

Homestead Furniture

Headquarters: Mt Hope, OH

States manufacturing in: OH

This Amish furniture brand includes kitchen islands, hutches, sideboards, buffets, consoles, wine cabinets, and servers. Styles range from elegant Queen Anne pieces to more contemporary looks.


Headquarters: Taylorsville, NC

States manufacturing in: NC

They have china cabinets, servers, hutches, sideboards, buffets, and consoles in a great variety of styles, from traditional to contemporary.

Marc Taggart & Co

Headquarters: Cody, WY

States manufacturing in: WY

This Western-style furniture brand produces handmade Molesworth-style credenzas and buffets with routed, stained, and hand-painted panels and leather tops.

Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams

Headquarters: Taylorsville, NC

States manufacturing in: NC

This company has a small selection of media cabinets, bar cabinets, and tall cabinets. All their manufacturing takes place in North Carolina.


Headquarters: Los Angeles, CA

States manufacturing in: CA

Modernica’s furniture collection includes credenzas and customized storage units, all with a sleek, modern look.

Montana Woodworks

Headquarters: Rexford, MT

States manufacturing in: MT

This brand makes hutches, sideboards, and wine cabinets with a rustic style. If you visit their website, you can take a virtual tour of their factory.

Online Amish Furniture

Headquarters: Shelby Township, MI

States manufacturing in: INMIOH

They make almost any kind of cabinet you can think of, including hutches, curio cabinets, and fun cabinets. Since this is an Amish furniture brand, you can rest assured that the craftsmanship is superb and that every piece is 100% made in the USA.

Pompanoosuc Mills

Headquarters: Thetford, VT

States manufacturing in: VT

This company makes all kinds of buffets, sideboards, servers, consoles, and other cabinets; all hand-crafted in Vermont with sustainably-sourced, rough-sawn lumber.


Headquarters: Pineville, NC

States manufacturing in: NCNY

Stickley makes china cabinets, display cabinets, wine cabinets, media cabinets, sideboards, and more. This company has been in business for more than 120 years and handmakes more than 90% of its furniture in Upstate New York or North Carolina.

The Joinery

Headquarters: Portland, OR

States manufacturing in: OR

The Joinery’s vast hand-made furniture collection, all made in Oregon, includes sideboards, credenzas, curio cabinets, media consoles, and file cabinets. They use a variety of hardwoods, including walnut, cherry, maple, and white oak.

Thos. Moser

Headquarters: Auburn, ME

States manufacturing in: ME

This company prides itself on its hand-crafted American furniture. Their cabinet selection is small but includes credenzas and sideboards.

Vermont Woods Studios

Headquarters: Vernon, VT

States manufacturing in: VT

This brand is mainly known for its bedroom furniture, but you can also purchase items for other rooms in the house. Their collection includes sideboards, buffets, china cabinets and hutches, consoles, filing cabinets, and armoires.

Vienna Woodworks

Headquarters: Otisco, MN

States manufacturing in: MN

Vienna Woodworks offers a large selection of handmade cabinets from reclaimed barnwood, white hickory, rustic cedar, and many other materials. Everything is handmade in their small workshop and can be custom made.

Gat Creek

Headquarters: Berkeley Springs, WV

States manufacturing in: WV

Gat Creek has an awesome selection of solid wood dining cabinets that are made-to-order, so you can customize them to fit your exact kitchen specs.

Reclaimed Rustic Woodworks

Headquarters: Phillips, WI

States manufacturing in: WI

Reclaimed Rustic Woodworks makes beautiful cabinets from reclaimed barnwood out of their family-owned manufacturing facility in Wisconsin. It started as a husband a wife team and has blossomed into a team of 15 highly-skilled American workers bringing their unique taste to the furniture industry.

How to Find Cabinets Made in the USA

When shopping for a cabinet, you should keep in mind how much space you have for it in addition to what you will be storing in it and whether its design will go well with the look of the rest of the room. Durability is another important factor. Fortunately, domestically made cabinets tend to be of the highest quality and will last a lifetime or even beyond. Below are some tips for finding the perfect American made cabinets.

What Exactly Does “Made in the USA” Mean?

According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), any product marketed as “made in the USA” has to be manufactured “all or virtually all” domestically. In addition, all significant parts must be sourced from within the United States. This means the product should be created with no or only a small amount of material from overseas.

Your two best bets for locating cabinets that are truly made here are materials and labeling (more details below). For more general information, reference our guide on how to find made in the USA products.


As we mentioned earlier, the materials in products advertised as “made in the USA” must be sourced from the United States. Below are the typical materials used to make cabinets and where they primarily come from.

Solid Wood

Solid wood is a popular choice in cabinet-making because of its durability. Fortunately, the United States is the global leader in the production of hardwood lumber, meaning it’s fairly easy to find gorgeous cabinets here that will last for generations.   


The production of fiberboard, also known as composite wood, engineered wood, or MDF wood, involves steaming fresh or recycled solid wood and applying adhesives, followed by hot-pressing, cooling, trimming, and sanding.

Fiberboard cabinets can be much less costly than those made of solid wood. However, they aren’t as durable as their solid wood counterparts, and it is more difficult to find ones made in the USA.

Fiberboard production originated in the United States. Although it is now also made overseas, some of this material is still produced domestically. Therefore, if you simply can’t afford a hardwood cabinet, you can still find a fiberboard one manufactured here.


Some cabinets contain glass to display the items inside them, such as beautiful dishes and family heirlooms. However, these cabinets are more difficult to find domestically. China leads the world in glass production at 25%, while the United States lags behind at just 6.5%. 


Cabinet hardware, such as hinges, is made of metal. You should keep in mind that some types of metal are more easily found domestically than others.

China leads the world in steel production at 50%, while the United States ranks fourth. However, US steel is three times stronger than Chinese steel, which is a nice advantage. 

China also produces much of the world’s aluminum, making it challenging to find this metal in the United States. This means you may want to narrow your search to cabinets with US steel hardware.


Manufacturers are required to include the country of origin on product labels. The use of the phrase “made in the USA” is also protected by the FTC.

However, some companies use misleading language such as “assembled in the USA” or “designed in the USA.” These phrases may indicate some production did not take place domestically, so proceed with caution

Another phrase to watch out for is “made in America.” This language on a label could mean the product was manufactured in Canada or Mexico.

Also, keep in mind that even if the American flag is on a label, it’s no guarantee the item was entirely made in the USA because that image is not protected.

Furthermore, the phrase “made in the USA” on a brand’s website doesn’t mean its products are 100% made here. That’s because the FTC doesn’t require companies to follow any kind of approval process to obtain permission to use that language.

In short, you may need to do some research to find out which products are truly produced domestically.

Additional Tips

Here are some more methods for finding cabinets made in the USA.

Look at the Brand’s Website

Companies that manufacture products 100% in the USA tend to use that in their marketing because they know some consumers are enthusiastic about purchasing domestic products. Therefore, when visiting a brand’s website, check out sections labeled “Our Story” or “About Us.” Sometimes you will find lots of information on the company’s manufacturing process and where it gets its materials from.

Also, if you look at online descriptions for individual products, you might find the country of origin listed. Even if it’s not, the item might be listed as “imported,” so you at least know if it was not produced domestically.

The bad news is brands have no legal obligation to provide any country or origin information online. As a general rule, if the website doesn’t state outright that an item is made in the USA, you are better off assuming it was manufactured mostly or entirely overseas.  

Do Your Research

If you don’t know where a product was made after looking at a company’s website, do an online search for news stories or press releases about where the brand manufactures its products. Other possible sources of information are online message boards and social media platforms. After all, other consumers may have already researched the topic and are looking to warn other shoppers that a product was not made in the USA (or call their attention to a great item that was manufactured domestically).

Call The Company

Sometimes the simplest way is the best. If you call the company directly, a representative might tell you where a product was made and where the materials were sourced from.

Cabinets Not Made in the USA

Here are some popular furniture brands that don’t make their cabinets domestically. Keep in mind that we update our lists as we find more information.

  • Article – They manufacture all their cabinets in Asia.
  • Ashley Furniture – This brand mostly does its manufacturing in Vietnam or China.
  • Coaster Furniture – Their cabinets are imported.
  • Hooker Furniture – They mostly make their products in Asia, Mexico, and Central America.
  • IKEA – This Swedish company makes the vast majority of its products in China, Malaysia, Vietnam, and other nations in Asia and Eastern Europe.
  • Pottery Barn – Their cabinets are imported.
  • Universal Furniture – They manufacture most of their products in Asia.
  • West Elm – Most of this brand’s furniture is made in India, except for a few pieces manufactured in North America.

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About The Author



Kristen does research on everything you need to turn your house into a home. All made in the USA, of course. She also writes on behalf of Hodor, one of our lead pet product researchers and Chief Barketing Officers.