Office Chairs Made in the USA

Do you work from home some days or every day? If so, you need not only a desk, but an office chair as well. Even if you are at your desk only a couple of hours a day, an ordinary chair just won’t cut it. We did the research to find all the USA-made office chairs out there. You will find the results below, in addition to tips for shopping for domestic officer chairs and well-known brands made overseas.

Complete List of Office Chair Brands Made in the USA

Dutch Crafters

Headquarters: Sarasota, FL

States manufacturing in: FL

Dutch Crafters makes 75 different styles of office chairs from locally sourced hardwood in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Indiana, where the Amish artisans who make them live. These customizable chairs are built to last.

Montana Woodworks

Headquarters: Rexford, MT

States manufacturing in: MT

Montana Woodworks makes office chairs constructed with solid lodge pole pine. These chairs feature quality swivel, lift, padding, and wheel parts. You can purchase them ready to finish, lacquered, or stained and lacquered.

Leathercraft Furniture

Headquarters: Conover, NC

States manufacturing in: NC

Leathercraft has a huge variety of office chair styles that can be ordered with many choices of either leather of fabric upholstery. Other customizable options mean you can find a chair that’s perfect for your home office.

Amish Traditions

Headquarters: Bridgeport, WV

States manufacturing in: WV

Amish Traditions makes a few styles of wooden office chairs. They all have a traditional look, but one of them, the Amish Arrow Back Desk Chair, has a hydraulic lift. Many stain colors are available. Even if Amish Traditions doesn’t have exactly the shade you are looking for, they might be able to create one just for you.

Kisabeth Furniture

Headquarters: Dallas, TX

States manufacturing in: TX

Kisabeth Furniture has a small collection of office chairs, all handcrafted at the company’s Fort Worth, Texas facility. You can choose a standard product, request a modification, or even order a custom piece.

Vienna Woodworks

Headquarters: Otisco, MN

States manufacturing in: MN

Vienna Woodworks makes one piece of office seating, the Cedar Log Desk Chair. This high-back, all-wooden chair has a contoured seat and armrests and matches the company’s Cedar Log Desk.

Homestead Furniture

Headquarters: Mt Hope, OH

States manufacturing in: OH

This Amish furniture company produces a nice variety of office chairs that can be fully customized, from the species of wood to the color of the leather or upholstery. Furniture experts are available to help you get an office chair perfectly suited to your needs.

Online Amish Furniture

Headquarters: Shelby Township, MI

States manufacturing in: INMIOH

Desk chairs from Online Amish Furniture are made of solid hardwoods such as oak, cherry, and maple and are designed with ergonomics in mind. Many of them feature adjustable heights, tilt functions, and padded seats and backs. Styles range from traditional to modern.

Thos. Moser

Headquarters: Auburn, ME

States manufacturing in: ME

Thos Moser makes two low-backed office chairs that are true American classics. The Newport Swivel Chair design was inspired by a set of Windsor chairs purchased for a library in the 1760s and used for more than two centuries. The NYPL Branch Chair was designed in collaboration with the New York Public Library.


Headquarters: Pineville, NC

States manufacturing in: NCNY

Two Stickley’s furniture collections – Stickley Office and Mission – feature office chairs. Over 90% of this company’s furniture pieces are handmade in New York or North Carolina. However, their online product descriptions for their desk chairs don’t indicate a country of origin or material sourcing information.


Headquarters: Detroit, MI

States manufacturing in: MI

FLOYD partnered with Haworth, a Michigan-based company with eight manufacturing facilities in the United States, to create a small collection of comfortable yet stylish office chairs.

Skyline Furniture

Headquarters: Thornton, IL

States manufacturing in: IL

Skyline Furniture makes some beautiful upholstered office chairs. This company has been in the same family for three generations. Skyline furniture is designed and manufactured in the southern suburbs of Chicago. Retail partners include Target and Wayfair.


Headquarters: Galax, VA

States manufacturing in: VA

Vaughan-Bassett specializes in bedroom furniture, but this company also makes a few wooden desk chairs. The majority of the lumber to make Vaughan-Bassett furniture is harvested from forests in Georgia and North and South Carolina.

Bradington Young

Headquarters: Hickory, NC

States manufacturing in: NC

Bradington Young’s swivel tilt office chairs are fully customizable. The Home Office BY Design program offers chairs in six styles and more than 400 options, including any combination of leathers, novelty leathers, performance fabrics, and finishes.

Stuart David

Headquarters: Ceres, CA

States manufacturing in: CA

We love the office chairs from Stuart David – an American furniture manufacturer that’s been building things the right way for a long time. They have great swivel chair options for any home office.

Fusion Designs

Headquarters: Goshen, IN

States manufacturing in: IN

Fusion Designs is a solid option for office chairs – they only have one, the Livonia Desk Chair, but it’s a classic leather swivel chair that should fit well in lots of office spaces.

How to Find Office Chairs Made in the USA

Alright, now that we’ve given you some recommendations on American made office chairs, we also want to educate you on how to conduct research of you’re own. Below, we go through the current state of manufacturing for office chairs in the US, tips on labels to look for, and other notes to equip you to shop confidently. First, let’s dive into the “made in the USA” language and how to interpret it.

What Does “Made in the USA” Mean?

The first step in this journey is to define what it means for an office chair to be made in the USA. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) requires products to be “all or virtually all” manufactured in the United States for a company to use the phrase “made in the USA” when promoting them. Furthermore, according to the FTC, all significant parts must be sourced from here.  

The best way to find office chairs that are 100% made in the USA, or as close as possible, is to consider the materials and labeling. Keep reading for more information on these topics, and be sure to check out our  “made in the USA” guide.


Below, you will find a list of the materials used to manufacture office chairs and their usual country or countries of origin to help you find those made in the USA.

Solid Wood

Your best bet for getting a domestically made desk chair is to look for ones made from solid hardwood such as cherry, maple, walnut, or oak. This type of wood is beautiful and durable enough to last a lifetime and is often sourced from the United States. In fact, the U.S. produces more hardwood lumber than any other nation in the world. 


Fiberwood, also referred to as composite wood, engineered wood, or MDF wood, is made from fresh or recycled wood pieces. Office chairs made from this material are easier on the budget than hardwood, but some are flimsy.

Fiberboard production began in the 1960s in the United States before spreading to other countries, but some composite wood is still manufactured domestically. 


Office chairs have some steel or aluminum components. Unfortunately, nearly half of the world’s steel comes from China. Still, the United States ranks fourth in global production of this metal, and U.S. steel is three times stronger than the Chinese variety.  

You won’t have much luck finding an office chair with aluminum components that’s made in the USA. Most of the the world’s aluminum supply comes from China, while the United States lags far behind.


The highest quality office chairs tend to have leather cushions. Luckily, the United States has a healthy leather industry – at least when it comes to cowhide. Other types of leather most likely were sourced from other countries. If you see the phrase “genuine leather,” be cautious because this includes all kinds of leather, not just cowhide.


Some office chairs have polyester upholstery. Most of the the world’s supply of this material comes from China, with the U.S. ranking third in polyester production. But two of the top 10 polyester companies in the world are in the United States, so you can find an office chair with polyester cushions made here.


Foam is the most common filling for chair cushions. China may lead the world in foam production, but fortunately, the United States is also a key player in this industry. This will help you in your quest for an office chair made in the USA.


If you are shopping in a brick-and-mortar retail location, the easiest way to determine if an item was made in the USA is to check the label because brands are required by U.S. law to list the country of origin there. However, when it comes to office chairs, you may not have much luck finding domestic ones in big box stores. This means you will need to look online, where there’s no physical label to examine.

The FTC protects the phrase “made in the USA,” but some companies try to trick online shoppers by using phrases such as “designed in the USA” or “assembled in the USA,” which could mask that at least some of the manufacturing process for an item took place overseas.

You should also be cautious when you see “made in America” or “made in North America” on brand websites, as that could indicate the product was produced in Canada or Mexico.

Final Tips

If you have taken all the above steps and are still unsure where an office chair was made, you can search for online articles about the company’s manufacturing process. However, the easiest solution is to simply contact the company and ask a representative where the chair was produced and what countries the components and materials were sourced from.

Office Chairs Not Made in the USA

Here are some famous furniture brands that don’t make their office chairs here. We will be updating the list with more companies as we continue our research.

  • 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.RH – Made in China.

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About The Author



Mike leads research on the team, writes, and manages the YouTube channel. He’s been buying products made in the USA for as long as he can remember. It’s in his blood, growing up working in American manufacturing.