As an American furniture company, we don’t take the phrase “Made in America” lightly. To us, it means that our products must meet a certain standard of quality, not only in design but in durability as well. It means more than just where it was made – it means where it came from: where rules are broken, limits are pushed and craftsmanship reigns supreme.
When you shop American-made brands you can be sure that you are getting the best products on the market, with centuries of deep-rooted tradition and ingenuity. At Smart Furniture, we are proud to partner with some of the top furniture brands – not only in America but worldwide – who call this great nation home.
Join us this Independence Day and show your stars and stripes by shopping American-made brands. Check out some of our partners below!
Younger Furniture was founded in 1989, and is based in Thomasville, North Carolina. They are dedicated to designing furniture for the modern day family with easy-to-care-for fabrics and higher-quality furniture at an affordable price.
Saloom was started in 1982 by Pete and Linda Saloom and is based in Massachusetts. They were inspired by not only making great furniture, but by creating jobs and having a positive impact on the community as a whole.
Commonhouse was started by Shawn Sowers, when he took his grandmother’s exalted idea of “common” and decided to translate it into modern furniture. Sowers takes traditional furniture materials and construction methods and puts his own spin on them to give each product the perfect balance of simplicity, familiarity and goodness.
Copeland Furniture was founded in the 1970’s, originally producing cider presses for homes and small orchards around their community. Over time they evolved into making kitchen and porch furniture that is functional and affordable. Located in Vermont, Copeland takes pride in their loyalty and dedication to the New England tradition of quality craftsmanship.
New Breed was started by two friends – John Lindsay, a self taught independent woodworker, and Alex Paradiso, an architect. They met in 1990, when Lindsay worked for Paradiso on a construction site. After two decades of friendship, the duo decided to collaborate and created New Breed Furniture, centered around environmental sustainability and quality design.
Founded in 2005, True Modern is committed to creating furniture for the modern family. Their modern and minimalist designs not only come at an affordable price, but most products come fully assembled and are shipped to your home in one to two days. Affordable, fast and easy; what more could you ask for?
Spectra Modern started as a hobby in the basement of Larry Roeshot’s family home in Pennsylvania over 40 years ago. He and his son began making small wooden giftware like cutting boards and chess boards and sold them at the Pennsylvania Arts Festival. Since then, Spectra Modern has grown into a company with 110 craftsmen – all trained in the values of quality and durability.
Loll Designs was founded in 2003 by three skate park designers. Their concern for the environment led them to start using recycled and recyclable materials, such as plastic milk jugs, for skate ramps. Then they thought, “but what will we do with the excess materials from the skate ramps?” Their answer? Build furniture with it.
LOFTwall is headquartered in Dallas, Texas and creates modern room dividers and partitions from commercial to residential spaces. Like us, they believe that spaces should evolve with you because “it isn’t about telling you how to work, it’s about the freedom to work the way you want.”
Tronk is based in Cincinnati, Ohio and was started by two friends with a passion for timeless American design. Each product is handmade with the finest materials and comes with a lifetime guarantee. Lumber with inconsistencies in the grain are used to ensure that your piece of furniture is just as unique as you.
Precedent is headquartered in Newton, North Carolina and specializes in producing modern and transitional upholstery at an affordable price. For over 30 years, they have successfully and sustainably crafted each piece of furniture from certified lumber and recycled steel. We’ll high five to that!
Overman is based in East Tennessee and manufactures not only affordable but durable furniture. In the late 1950’s its founder, Carl Klote, developed a revolutionary technique that the company still uses today to produce their lightweight furniture frames, which are stronger than conventional frames and come with a 25 year warranty.
Based in Grants Pass, Oregon for over 30 years, Roguewood’s passion has stayed the same: “to build furniture that embodies the values of craftsmanship, sustainability, and small town American manufacturing.” Each piece of furniture is crafted by some of the finest artisans in the world and only the highest quality materials and finishes are sourced from suppliers who share in their dedication to environmental stewardship.
And of course, don’t forget to check out our Smart Shelves – designed by Smart Furniture founder Stephen Culp. These modular, customizable, reconfigurable shelves take the design control out of our hands and put it straight into yours. Go wild!
You can learn more about Stephen and the Smart Furniture story here.