The 8 Best American-Made Furniture Companies of 2022

Our favorite retailers include Stickley, Maiden Home, and Floyd.

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The best American-made furniture is known for quality and craftsmanship

We researched all the top made-in-the-U.S.A. furniture brands, evaluating them on quality, sustainability, value, and range of offerings. Our favorites include Maiden Home, which offers sectionals, chairs, and dining sets designed by artisans in North Carolina, and Stickley, a heritage brand specializing in hardwood furniture and upholstery that is based in upstate New York.  

Here are the best made-in-America furniture brands.

Our Top Picks

Maiden Home

"Each piece of furniture is made in North Carolina by skilled craftsmen, and the company offers a range of furniture styles."

Stickley

"Stickley has a long legacy and unbeatable craftsmanship—some pieces become more valuable over time or become collectable items."

Floyd

"The brand has showpieces in various stores around the country, so you can see its modular designs in person."

Vermont Woods Studio

"All of the pieces from this sustainability-focused company are made to order, so you can customize any and all of the details."

Simplicity Sofas

"All of its products are manufactured in North Carolina, and the company sources materials domestically as much as possible, too."

Eastvold Furniture

"Midcentury modern enthusiasts will be smitten with the high-quality creations from this Minnesota-based company."

Vaughan-Bassett

"This company participates in a program that supplies seedlings to replace trees used in its furniture."

The Joinery

"This Portland-based company offers its furniture designs in five different wood options, so you can match your style exactly."

Maiden Home

Maiden Home

 Maiden Home

The direct-to-consumer business model has become increasingly popular in recent years, with brands like Warby Parker and Brooklinen becoming household names. And Maiden Home is using the same strategy to sell its American-made furniture. This brand sells its high-quality furniture online, skipping traditional retail stores, to minimize retail markup and keep costs affordable for buyers. 

Maiden Home was founded in 2015, and the brand sells sofas, sectionals, chairs, bed, ottomans, and more. Each piece of furniture is handcrafted in North Carolina by skilled craftsmen with decades of experience, and they use high-quality materials to create products that will last. Maiden Home offers a mix of classic, modern, and midcentury designs. And because of its direct-to-consumer model, its products often cost thousands less than you might otherwise pay for American-made goods.

Stickley

Stickley

 Courtesy of Stickley

Stickley is one of the best-known makers of high-end wooden furniture, and it’s safe to say that after 120 years, the brand has successfully stood the test of time. Stickley specializes in premium hardwood furniture and fine upholstery, and the brand even played a key role in the development of American craftsman decor style

Today, Stickley has manufacturing facilities in New York and North Carolina, where more than 90 percent of its pieces are made. It offers a wide range of furniture, including living room, dining room, bedroom, and office collections, much of which is in arts & crafts or traditional styles. However, the brand also offers a smaller collection of modern hardwood furniture, as well as leather and upholstered sofas and chairs. 

Because of this brand’s long legacy and unbeatable craftsmanship, Stickley furniture is typically quite expensive. Think of it as an investment, though—Stickley pieces often appreciate in value over the years, and many styles become collectable items.

Floyd

Floyd

 Courtesy of Floyd

If you prefer a more modern vibe, Floyd is right up your alley. This contemporary furniture company started on Kickstarter in 2014 with its Floyd Leg—a set of versatile metal legs that clamp onto any surface to make a table. Today, the brand specializes in furniture that’s meant to last, and many of its pieces feature modular designs. So if anything breaks, just that component can be replaced. 

The Floyd headquarters and physical store are in Detroit, Michigan, and the brand partners with manufacturers across the country to bring its pieces to life. Currently, Floyd offers several key styles of furniture, including a minimalist bed frame, modern sofa, and versatile modular shelving unit. All the furniture is made in the U.S., and the brand has showpieces in various stores across the country, so you can see them in person.

Vermont Woods Studio

Vermont Woods Studio

 Courtesy of Vermont Woods Studio

As you may have guessed, Vermont Woods Studio specializes in wooden furniture. This brand was founded in 2005, and all its furniture comes from craftsmen in Vermont. In addition to prioritizing domestic manufacturing, Vermont Woods Studio is dedicated to sustainability, using wood from well-managed North American forests that has been harvested using processes that protect animal habitats and preserve the long-term health of the forest. 

You can find just about any type of furniture from Vermont Wood Studio, including the bedroom, dining room, living room, and office pieces in traditional, shaker, modern, and midcentury styles. Because all the pieces are made to order, you can customize any and all of the furniture. And as an added bonus, every product comes with a lifetime guarantee on the craftsmanship and materials.

Simplicity Sofas

Simplicity Sofas
 Courtesy of Simplicity Sofas

Simplicity Sofas is a direct-to-consumer furniture company, specializing in sofas, sleepers, and sectionals. All of its products are manufactured in North Carolina, and the company sources materials domestically as much as possible, too. According to the Simplicity Sofas website, over 90 percent of its components and 50 percent of fabrics are locally sourced.

The majority of this brand’s furniture has a simple, timeless design, and there are dozens of fabrics to choose from. Its sofas and couches feature modular designs, allowing you to easily replace one specific component in the case of defect. And all Simplicity Sofas fit through 15-inch wide doorways and stairways, making it an ideal choice for those living in small apartments or homes.

Eastvold Furniture

Eastvold Furniture

 Courtesy of Eastvold Furniture

Midcentury modern enthusiasts will be smitten with the high-quality creations from Eastvold Furniture. This small furniture company is based in Minnesota, and each piece from its five collections is crafted by hand. The brand is most popular for its midcentury credenzas and sideboards, but it also offers bedroom furniture, dining tables, coffee tables, and more. All of the designs from Eastvold Furniture have sleek, modern lines, making the furniture the perfect addition to a contemporary home.

Vaughan-Bassett

Vaughan-Bassett
 Courtesy of Vaughan-Bassett

Vaughan-Bassett is one of the oldest brands on this list, as it was founded more than 100 years ago in 1919. Today, it’s one of the largest manufacturers of wood adult bedroom furniture, and all its products are made at American factories in Virginia and North Carolina. You can find a number of different decor styles from Vaughan-Bassett, including traditional, rustic, cottage, and country, as well as select youth bedroom sets. 

This brand’s popular bedroom collections are made from both solid wood and wood veneers, including local types of pine, oak, maple, cherry, ash, and more. Because it sources local materials, the company is dedicated to sustainability, participating in a program that supplies seedlings to replace the trees cut down to make its furniture.

The Joinery

the joinery american made furniture
Courtesy of The Joinery 

Based in Portland, this company offers customizable furniture options in a few different styles that would suit most homes. Each piece can be made out of one of five different types of wood, and other details, such as knob type and upholstery color, can also be chosen from a list of options. There's even a convenient "customize this piece" link for all of the furniture on its site in case you'd like to make more changes for a truly one-of-a-kind design.

Not only is this furniture American-made, the company also goes the extra step to make its manufacturing and delivery process as eco-friendly as possible. The Joinery uses renewable energy sources to power its facilities and puts wood waste to good use rather than just discarding it.

What to Look for When Buying American-Made Furniture


Label

If your goal is to buy American-made furniture, be sure to do your research and check labels, website credentials, and the history of the company for any disclosures to ensure that the products you are buying are fully made in the U.S. Whether you’re buying from a legacy manufacturer or an innovative new company, do your due diligence rather than relying on marketing materials that may gloss over the facts. For example, while North Carolina has long been considered the furniture capital of the US, many of its companies have taken their operations overseas, so be sure to read the fine print.


Local Manufacturers

One of the most compelling reasons to buy American-made furniture is to support your local economy and to cut down on carbon emissions from transport of materials and finished goods. But the U.S. is a big country, so strive to source your furniture from local manufacturers to cut down on the environmental footprint of your furniture and to support your local community of craftsmen and businesspeople. Prioritize manufacturers who use locally and sustainably sourced materials whenever possible, such as felled urban trees


Quality and Cost

Buying quality furniture from locally based companies with local materials may cost more than big box stores. One way to mitigate the cost of handcrafted furniture in an age of mass production is to look for companies that use a direct-to-consumer model that are not subjected to retail markups by cutting out the middle man. Look for furniture manufacturers who use quality materials to make goods that are designed to last more than a lifetime with proper care. 

FAQ
  • Where is most US furniture made?

    While the town of High Point, North Carolina still markets itself as America’s Home Furnishings Capital, that is a largely nostalgic title that has gone the way of globalization, outsourcing of manufacturing to Asia, and a decentralization of the furniture industry in the US. Many legacy brands have moved significant parts of their business elsewhere. Today US-made furniture production is scattered around the country, from North Carolina to Virginia, Tennessee, Vermont, Michigan, and beyond. 

  • Where is the furniture capital of the US?

    From the late 1800s to the 1990s, North Carolina was largely considered the furniture capital of the US. North Carolina still capitalizes on its history of furniture-making, but the generations of skilled craftspeople it once produced are dwindling in numbers, and many of the local legacy brands have moved their businesses elsewhere or their manufacturing to Asia. Nevertheless, twice a year since 1909 High Point, NC has been hosting what they call the world’s largest furniture trade show, which is still going strong as an industry event. Rather than a local showcase, the trade show attracts participants from around the world to highlight furniture made around the globe.



  • Why is North Carolina known for furniture?

    North Carolina became a bustling center for US-made furniture in the late 1800s. Plenty of available wood from nearby Appalachian forests, cheap local labor, and easy access to the then new Southern Railway for transport helped to sustain a century of production and build up the state’s reputation as the epicenter of US furniture production. But many of the companies that relied on skilled local craftsmen began outsourcing furniture production to Asia and since the 1990s the state’s reputation as a furniture capital has been largely a nostalgic idea, with a diminishing number of local companies producing 100% made in USA furniture.