Furniture Made in the USA

Here is our comprehensive list of the companies who are manufacturing their furniture in the USA. We included their location, type of furniture they produce, and a short description of each furniture maker. We’re constantly updating this page, so if you see a great American furniture manufacturer missing, shoot us a note!

Full List of Furniture Brands Made in the USA

FLOYD


Headquarters: Detroit, MI

States manufacturing in: MI



FLOYD produces quality, American-made furniture sourced locally, that supports local jobs and is designed to last in your home for a long time. FLOYD has a lot of different pieces and styles, ranging everywhere from sofas to beds, tables, and lighting.

Apt2B


Headquarters: Los Angeles, CA

States manufacturing in: CA



Apt2B is an online retailer that mostly focuses on modern-style furniture. Not all of the furniture they feature is made in the USA, but they do have several great sofas that are made domestically. Check out their full made-in-the-USA lineup if you’re in the market for a new sofa.

American Leather


Headquarters: Dallas, TX

States manufacturing in: TX



American Leather makes custom luxury furniture out of its manufacturing facility in Dallas, Texas. They guarantee that their custom designs are ready in 30 days or less and are also known for making furniture that is environmentally friendly.

Arhaus


Headquarters: Conover, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Arhaus makes home and outdoor furniture for all around your house, from the living room to the patio, and bedroom. They provide a lot of style options and aim to build their products to the highest quality. Be sure to check out our full list of products made in NC.

Bradington Young


Headquarters: Hickory, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Bradington Young makes luxury leather furniture in the Hickory, North Carolina factory. They pride themselves on incredible quality and timeless style.

Carolina Chair


Headquarters: Hickory, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Carolina Chair makes custom sofas and chairs and is a third-generation family-owned business. They sell directly to consumers, so a lot of their furniture is very affordable.

Century Furniture


Headquarters: Hickory, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Century Furniture has tons of options for all over your home. They have several environmental initiatives to make sure they are producing their furniture in a sustainable fashion, and have won several awards for their product quality.

Club Furniture


Headquarters: Charlotte, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Club Furniture is an online furniture retailer that features several American-made furniture brands.

CoolSofa.com


Headquarters: Southern California

States manufacturing in: CA



CoolSofa.com has a smaller selection than other manufacturers, but is known for producing top-quality products. Made in Santa Ana, California.

Copeland


Headquarters: Bradford, VT

States manufacturing in: VT



Copeland makes natural hardwood furniture that’s designed to have a cool rustic feel to it. They are the largest employer in the small town of Bradford, Vermont.

Craftmaster


Headquarters: Hiddenite, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Craftmaster Furniture makes a variety of pieces that are created to be stylish and modern from their factory in Taylorsville, North Carolina. They are the largest private employer in their county.

Roger + Chris


Headquarters: Hickory, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Once known as “Decades”, Roger + Chris makes everything from sofas to chairs, sectionals, ottomans, sleepers, and a lot of other furniture out of their 25,000-square-foot factory in Hickory, North Carolina.

Flexsteel


Headquarters: Dubuque, IA

States manufacturing in: IA



Flexsteel makes a variety of furniture types for your home and office. Most of their seating is made with a Blue Steel Spring, which provides comfortable and durable support.

Harden


Headquarters: McConnellsville, NY

States manufacturing in: NY



Harden makes solid wood furniture and upholstery at their factory in McConnellsville, New York. They sell “live edge” custom tables that are cut from hardwoods with natural edges.

Johnston Casuals


Headquarters: North Wilkesboro, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Johnston Casuals is a steel furniture manufacturer that handcrafts contemporary designs. They have a particular focus on pieces for your dining room.

Kincaid


Headquarters: Taylorsville, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Kincaid makes solid wood furniture and custom upholstery. They are best known for their bedroom furniture, solid wood dining furniture, and living room sofas and tables.

King Dinettes


Headquarters: Green Brook Township, NJ

States manufacturing in: NJ



King Dinettes makes solid hardwood dining tables and sets from cherry, maple, red oak, grey elm, birch, hickory, and more. They have a few pieces made in Canada though, so watch out for those.

La-Z-Boy


Headquarters: Monroe, MI

States manufacturing in: ARMOTN



La-Z-Boy is a popular American brand known for crafting incredibly comfortable sofas and recliners.

LEE Industries


Headquarters: Conover, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Lee Industries makes environmentally friendly upholstered furniture. Each of their pieces is handcrafted in their North Carolina factory by one of their over 670 local employees.

Marc Taggart & Co


Headquarters: Cody, WY

States manufacturing in: WY



Marc Taggart makes custom Molesworth western furniture out of their facility in Cody, Wyoming.

Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams


Headquarters: Taylorsville, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams has several styles of furniture, with everything from classic to modern. They are based in Taylorsville, North Carolina, and do all of their manufacturing there.

Modernica


Headquarters: Los Angeles, CA

States manufacturing in: CA



Modernica custom builds all of their furniture 1-by-1 at the facility in Los Angeles, CA. All of their furniture has a modern and contemporary look to it.

Norwalk Furniture


Headquarters: Norwalk, OH

States manufacturing in: OH



Norwalk makes custom furniture made-to-order for all of its customers. Based in Ohio, they have been making furniture for over 100 years.

Rowe Furniture


Headquarters: Salem, VA

States manufacturing in: VA



Rowe makes custom upholstered furniture with a focus on sofas. They are based in Virginia and pride themselves on the durability and eco-friendliness of their products.

Simplicity Sofas


Headquarters: High Point, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Simplicity Sofas’s focus is quite obvious – making it as simple as possible to buy and assemble your sofa. They focus mostly on small spaces and sectional sofas that you can mix and match to fit the layout of your living room. Check out our Spotlight Series interview with Simplicity Sofas to get a behind-the-scenes look at this company.

Stephen Daniel Editions


Headquarters: Cookeville, TN

States manufacturing in: TN



Based in Cookeville, TN, Stephen Daniel takes customization to a whole new level. They can custom design pretty much any sketches or ideas that you send them.

Vaughan-Bassett


Headquarters: Galax, VA

States manufacturing in: VA



Well-crafted furniture at an affordable cost. Vaughan-Bassett has a classic hardwood style.

Maiden Home


Headquarters: New York, NY

States manufacturing in: NCNY



Maiden Home is a luxury furniture brand that partners with manufacturers in North Carolina to produce all of its pieces.

Schoolhouse


Headquarters: Portland, OR

States manufacturing in: OR



Schoolhouse makes some furniture in the USA, although has a lot of home decor products that are imported. Stick to the furniture and you should be able to find some high-quality pieces for around the home.

The Joinery


Headquarters: Portland, OR

States manufacturing in: OR



The Joinery offers a wide variety of handcrafted solid wood furniture for pretty much every room. They can also design furniture for your office.

Stickley


Headquarters: Pineville, NC

States manufacturing in: NCNY



Stickley makes over 90% of its furniture domestically in New York and North Carolina.

Allform


Headquarters: New York City, NY

States manufacturing in: NCNY



Allform is the furniture spinoff of Helix and manufactures all of its sofas and chairs in its U.S. facility. Some of their materials (like leather) are imported and tanned internationally, though. Most other materials are recycled.

Wood Tree Swings


Headquarters: Morganton, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Wood Tree Swings manufactures tree swings, tire swings, and porch swings out of western North Carolina using all locally-sourced wood. Everything is handcrafted and can be customized with whatever engraving you want.

Vintage Porch Swings


Headquarters: Charleston, SC

States manufacturing in: SC



Vintage Porch Swings makes super comfortable and durable hanging swings for your porch. All the fabrics, sizes, and finishes are completely customizable, and each swing is handcrafted one at a time.

Troutman Chair Co.


Headquarters: Troutman, NC

States manufacturing in: NC



Troutman Chair Company has been in business since 1924 and makes beautiful, handcrafted wooden furniture. They specialize in chairs, much like the name suggests, and offer a few styles to choose from.

Trex Outdoor Furniture


Headquarters: Syracuse, IN

States manufacturing in: IN



Trex Outdoor Furniture makes weatherproof outdoor furniture from POLYWOOD lumber. The polyurethane material stands up to the toughest storms and is resistant to a lot of organic substances.

Three Coins Cast


Headquarters: Newnan, GA

States manufacturing in: GA



Three Coins Cast makes welded outdoor furniture in a wide variety of stains, styles, and finishes. Everything holds up to the weather very well, and they have a lot of both formal and casual furniture to choose from.

Thos. Moser


Headquarters: Auburn, ME

States manufacturing in: ME



Thos. Moser uses North American hardwoods to make their beautiful furniture for every room in the house. Everything is made using traditional joinery and has a simple and clean look to it.

Southern Cypress Furniture


Headquarters: Mobile, AL

States manufacturing in: AL



Southern Cypress Furniture has been in business for over 15 years and makes porch swings from cypress lumber. Everything is handcrafted and will last you a lifetime.

Smith Brothers Furniture


Headquarters: Berne, IN

States manufacturing in: IN



Smith Brothers Furniture produces sofas, sectionals, recliners, chairs, ottomans, and other furniture all out of their facility in Berne, Indiana. You can even order custom upholstery, all made in the USA.

Sister Bay Furniture


Headquarters: Sussex, WI

States manufacturing in: WI



Sister Bay Furniture is a great Wisconsin company that is making some high-quality outdoor furniture from recycled plastic lumber. They have casual seating, tables, accent pieces, and everything else you need for your outdoor living area.


YouTube Video: How to Find Furniture Made in the USA


How to Find Furniture Made in the USA

No home is complete without furniture. When buying furniture for your home, you want to ensure it is comfortable and stylish. But you also want to make sure the furniture is built to last. For some, that means choosing furniture made in the USA. If you’re looking for quality furniture, there are a few tricks to help you find good products made in the USA.

What Does “Made in the USA” Mean?

According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), for a product to be advertised as “made in the USA,” it must be “all or virtually all” made in the United States. That means all significant parts and processing must occur in the USA. And while there are no hard-and-fast rules about what can and can’t be considered “significant,” the FTC says that products should have no — or only negligible — foreign content.

So, if you’re looking for furniture that’s truly made in America, check the materials used and the labels on the products and ask questions to ensure that it meets the FTC’s standards. You can find more information in our detailed “made in the USA” guide.

Materials

Furniture can be made from all sorts of materials. For a product to be authentically “made in the USA,” all materials used in its construction must be sourced domestically. Here are some of the most common materials used in furniture-making, along with where they’re usually sourced

Wood

Most wood furniture is made with hardwoods like maple, oak, or cherry. Softwoods like pine are also sometimes used, though they’re not as durable. Many countries worldwide produce wooded furniture, but most comes from China, the United States, and Canada.

The USA ranks second in the world in terms of wood production. In fact, the United States has the highest production of hardwood lumber, so you can easily find furniture made from American-sourced wood.

Metal

Furniture made with metal is typically either steel or aluminum.

Steel

China is the world’s leading steel producer, producing half of the world’s steel. On the other hand, the United States ranks fourth in steel production. Although much of the steel used in furniture is made in China, quality matters. US steel is three times stronger than Chinese steel.

Aluminum

Similarly, China produces a vast majority of the world’s aluminum. The United States does produce some aluminum but at a much lower rate than other countries. So, if you buy aluminum furniture, it’s worth doing some additional research to ensure you’re buying something that is US-made.

Fabric

Fabric is often used as upholstery on furniture, particularly sofas and chairs. The fabric used in upholstered furniture can vary, but cotton and polyester are the most common.

Cotton

The United States produces a significant amount of cotton every year. However, although cotton is a 21 billion dollar industry in the USA, many countries in Asia make this material too. So, do your research to ensure that the cotton used in the product is grown and sourced in the United States.

Polyester

China is the number one producer of polyester in the world. However, US companies like Eastman Chemical Company and William Barnet & Son are two of the world’s top 10 polyester-producing companies. So, finding polyester made in the USA shouldn’t be too difficult of a feat.

Leather

Leather is another common material used in upholstered furniture. It’s usually sourced from China, which produces 25% of the world’s leather. However, the United States is a leading producer of leather as well. In particular, if you’re after quality full-grain or top-grain leather, you should look for American-made leather. American-made exotic leather may be more difficult to find, but cowhide is commonly made in the USA.

Labeling

When looking for furniture made in the USA, keep an eye out for labels that can verify its country of origin. Companies are required to label their products with the country of origin. Specifically, if you’re looking for a US-made product, you should look for the FTC-protected “made in the USA” label.

Since the “made in the USA” label is protected, many companies will try to get around it by using similar phrases and words to trick customers. For example, companies may use tags like “assembled in the USA” or “designed in the USA”, which indicate only a part of the manufacturing process took place in the United States.

Another misleading term to look out for is “made in America.” This indicates that the product could have been made in Canada or Mexico instead of the USA.

Keep in mind that some companies may use the American flag. But just because the flag is on the label does not necessarily mean the item is made in the United States. So look at everything with a critical eye!

It is also worth noting that the FTC does not necessarily do the best job policing the usage of the label “made in the USA.” There is no pre-approval process, so it is up to the companies to determine whether or not their products meet the criteria. Ultimately, consumers must do additional research to ensure that the products are truly made in the USA.

Other Tips

In addition to looking for labels, there are a few other ways you can find American-made furniture.

Check The Company Website

First, check the company’s website. Companies that manufacture products made in the USA will advertise this fact prominently. You can check the “About Us” section or the product page to see if the company mentions this.

Keep in mind that companies are not required to state the country of origin of their products on their websites, so silence speaks volumes in this case. If the company does not state where their products are made, assume that their furniture is made overseas.

Do Some Research

A bit of research can go a long way. First, try looking up the company online to see if there are any articles or press releases about their manufacturing processes. You can also check online forums and social media to see if anyone has experience with the company or its products.

Call Them

If you are still unsure about a product, you can always call the retailer and ask them directly. They should be able to tell you where their furniture is made and whether it meets the “made in the USA” criteria.

Related Research


Furniture Not Made in the USA

Here are some popular furniture brands that are not made domestically.

  • Universal Furniture – They push “shop local” a lot, but most of their manufacturing happens in Asia.
  • Ashley Furniture – Mostly made in China and Vietnam.
  • IKEA – Swedish brand that mostly manufactures in China, Malaysia, Vietnam, and other countries in Asia and Eastern Europe.
  • West Elm – A lot of manufacturing in India, although some pieces are made in North America.
  • Coaster Furniture – Imported
  • Hooker Furniture – Asia, Mexico, and Central America mostly.
  • Article – Everything made in Asian countries.
  • MoDRN – Imported