Tag Archives: American-made furniture

Supporting American-made furniture in today’s global economy

Celebrating the 4th of July brought to my attention how blessed we are as Americans! I have been fortunate enough to travel to many places throughout the world through golf:  Korea, Japan, Thailand, England and France to name a few. But there’s nowhere else in the world that I would rather live than the great USA! This brings me to […]
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Honoring Heirloom Quality

It is pretty rare these days to find wood furniture {casegoods} still fully constructed in the United States. As more Americans refuse to pay the additional cost for high quality, American-made furniture, our manufacturers are forced to move production overseas to cut costs and stay afloat in this poor economy. Hopefully many of our readers […]
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MADE IN THE USA, Part 2: Some Great Examples

In my last post, I spoke a little about what it means for furniture to be called “Made in the USA”.  Now I will introduce you to a few of the brands that we represent that are made right here at home, in this great country of ours.  This, of course, is not a complete list, but […]
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MADE IN THE USA: What does that really mean in the furniture industry?

American furniture companies were founded on the basis of supplying craftsmanship, style, and affordability to all. Many factories have employed multiple generations of families, who have contributed years of commitment and expertise to their craft. Some of the differences between domestic and imported furniture include stricter working conditions, manufacturing processes and standards enforced in the […]
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