The 18 Best American-Made Furniture Companies of 2022

Our favorite retailers include Stickley, Maiden Home, and Floyd

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Not only does buying American-made furniture support our local economy, but it’s also a more eco-friendly purchase, as the goods don’t have to be shipped overseas.

Experts also suggest that materials really count when it comes to American-made furniture. "There are rigorous industrial and manufacturing standards in the natural materials market within the U.S. that aren't as stringent everywhere else," explains Robin Burrill, president and CEO of Signature Home Services.

To find the best made-in-America furniture, we considered factors such as their materials, craftsmanship, return policies, shipping options, and product variety. Our favorite American-made furniture brands include Floyd and Burrow, which both offer modular furniture for reasonable prices, as well as classic brands like Stickley and Vaughan-Bassett.

Here, the best American-made furniture to add to your home.

What We Like
  • Reasonable pricing

  • Focus on sustainability

  • Easy to assemble

  • Customization options

What We Don't Like
  • Lots of packing materials

A relative newcomer to the furniture scene, Floyd has quickly become a popular option for contemporary furniture. The brand was founded in 2013 with the goal of making furniture more sustainable, and today, it offers a range of indoor and outdoor furniture. Floyd offers sofas, tables, shelves, bed frames, and more, and there are numerous customization options for most of its pieces, allowing you to mix and match configurations, wood finishes, and fabrics. Some products also have add-on components—for instance, The Floyd Bed can be outfitted with an add-on headboard or under-bed storage. 

Floyd furniture is shipped to your doorstep via standard ground shipping, and you’ll have to put it together yourself (don’t worry, assembly is actually quite easy). You can return unwanted products within 30 days, but keep in mind that there’s a 10 percent restocking fee, and everything needs to be in its original packaging. If you want to return a made-to-order item, such as a sofa, note that it will be subject to a 50 percent processing fee, unfortunately.

Floyd still does its part to help the environment, as well, with a variety of sustainability initiatives. As of 2022, it’s one of the first carbon-neutral furniture brands, and in the coming years, the brand plans to launch a resale and refurbishment program to extend the useful life of its products.

Return Policy: 30 days, 10% restocking fee | Delivery Options: Ground or freight shipping | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: Not listed

What Our Testers Say

“Buyers will appreciate the little details that make the Floyd brand stand out throughout the unpacking processes. In addition to the bold, orange-lettered “Floyd” logo printed on the boxes, the inside cover reveals the greeting 'Hi there, I’m a Floyd sofa.' It sets a warm, comfy tone.”—Karen Tietjen, Product Tester

Maiden Home

Dune Sofa

Courtesy of Maiden Home

What We Like
  • Top-tier materials and construction

  • Free fabric swatches

  • White glove delivery

What We Don't Like
  • Potential size tolerances

  • No seasonal sales or promotions

Maiden Home offers a modern take on classic styles, and its furniture is made by craftspeople in North Carolina. While Maiden Home does offer many designs that would look right at home in a traditional-style interior, it also has furniture with unexpected silhouettes and eye-catching fabrics that would be the focal point of any room. You can choose from sectionals, sofas, chairs, beds, dining furniture, and more. Plus, each piece is crafted using high-quality materials, including kiln-dried hardwood, high-resiliency foam, and premium upholstery materials. 

Because everything from Maiden Home is hand-crafted, the brand does explain that there are potential size tolerances—the final piece may be up to a 1-inch difference from the dimensions listed. (Fabric colors and wood finishes may differ slightly, as well.) Depending on what you purchase, the furniture will either be shipped via standard ground carriers or delivered through a white glove service, which includes assembly in your home.

Return Policy: 30 days, minus 10% of your purchase price | Delivery Options: White glove delivery or ground shipping | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: 8-10 weeks


Burrow sofa living room


What We Like
  • No tools required for assembly

  • Ability to customize designs

  • Free shipping

What We Don't Like
  • Only one-year warranty

If you move frequently, you’ll love the concept behind Burrow, another relatively new brand that offers contemporary furniture. Burrow sells a variety of modular designs, such as sofas, beds, tables, and more, and what’s unique about its products is that they can be assembled without any tools and are easy to disassemble, as well. When you buy furniture from Burrow, you’re able to customize various details of the design to suit your style—for instance, the popular Nomad Sofa comes with different arm styles, leg finishes, and back cushions.  

Burrow offers free ground shipping on all orders, and it has a collection of ready-to-ship furniture that can be at your door in just a few short weeks. The prices are middle-of-the-road, and the brand offers a 30-day return period for its products. However, there are a few caveats to keep in mind if you decide to send a piece back. Specifically, there’s a 10 percent return shipping fee, and if you don’t have the original packaging, it bumps up to 20 percent.

Return Policy: 30 days, minus 10% of your purchase price | Delivery Options: Ground shipping | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: N/A

What Our Testers Say

“Burrow is known for its modular design, and the Nomad Sofa is one of their most popular pieces of furniture. The seats connect using a latch mechanism on the bottom. Then I added the arms, backs, legs, and voila! The sofa was complete. I didn’t need any tools.”—Katie Melynn, Product Tester


June Side Table

Courtesy of Schoolhouse

What We Like
  • Unique styles

  • Heirloom quality

  • Ethically sourced materials

What We Don't Like
  • Not all furniture can be returned

  • Limited selection

If you’re looking for a few accent pieces to liven up your living space, the American-made furniture from Schoolhouse is worth a look. This brand, which has been around since 2003, manufactures all its decor in Portland, Oregon, and while it doesn’t have the largest selection, its furniture is heirloom-quality (meaning it will last for generations) and quite unique. Just look at the June Side Table, which is crafted from FSC-certified maple wood and has adorable scalloped aprons. 

In addition to furniture, Schoolhouse sells lighting, housewares, hardware, and decor, and many of its materials are ethically sourced from around the globe. The brand does sell select products that it doesn’t craft in-house, so you’ll want to read the fine print if you’re specifically looking for American-made furniture. Additionally, be sure to look at each item’s individual return policy, as some furniture pieces cannot be returned. 

Return Policy: 30 days on select products | Delivery Options: Ground shipping | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: N/A

The Joinery

Whitman Bed

Courtesy of The Joinery

What We Like
  • Solid hardwood designs

  • Customize any design

  • Lifetime warranty

  • Certified B Corp

What We Don't Like
  • Extremely long lead time

  • Expensive

You’ll be hard-pressed to find more beautiful and well-made wooden furniture than the products sold by The Joinery. The brand is based out of Portland, Oregon, and every one of its pieces is handmade by a single builder using traditional woodworking techniques and solid wood. In fact, the brand is so certain that their pieces will stand the test of time that they offer a lifetime warranty on their furniture. 

The Joinery offers bedroom, living room, office, and dining room furniture in a variety of both classic and contemporary designs, and you can customize the size and finish of any products to perfectly fit your space. As an added bonus, The Joinery is a certified B Corp, which means it adheres to high standards for social and environmental performance. The downside of shopping from this brand is that the prices are premium (to be expected considering the quality), and the lead times are often longer than five months.

Return Policy: 14 days | Delivery Options: Consumer pickup, white glove delivery, curbside delivery | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: 20-25 weeks


Stickley Furniture

Courtesy of Stickley

What We Like
  • Classic construction techniques

  • Focus on sustainability

  • Limited lifetime warranty on most pieces

What We Don't Like
  • Can’t purchase online

Many of the brands on this list are fairly new, but not Stickley. This furniture brand, which specialized in high-quality wood pieces, was founded in the 1880s, and to this day, the majority of its furniture is crafted in either New York or North Carolina. Stickley currently sells everything from sectionals to bookcases to rugs, but it’s still known best for its beautiful solid wood pieces, which feature traditional, modern, and Arts and Crafts-style designs. 

In addition to its dedication to quality, Stickley prioritizes sustainability—the brand partners with lumber suppliers that practice selective harvesting, wastes minimal materials, and participates in the Sustainable Furnishings Council. Most of its furniture is backed by a limited lifetime warranty, with the exception being dining and office chairs. Unfortunately, Stickley furniture can’t be purchased online through the brand’s website. Instead, you’ll have to visit one of their physical locations or another furniture store that carries the brand.

Return Policy: Varies by retailer | Delivery Options: Varies by retailer | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: 6-10 weeks

What Our Testers Say

“My father is a big fan of Stickley furniture, and he purchased an oversized wood and leather rocking chair from the brand when I was in high school. More than 10 years later, he still sits in it to read his paper every morning, and I swear it looks as good as the day he bought it!”—Camryn Rabideau, Product Tester


Allform Sofa

Courtesy of Allform

What We Like
  • Modular designs

  • Tool-free assembly

  • Lifetime warranty

  • Free delivery

What We Don't Like
  • Limited design options

If you’re looking for a made-to-order sofa that you can customize to fit your home, Allform should be on your list. Not only does this brand build its sofas in America, but it also offers free delivery, a 100-day in-home trial, and a lifetime warranty on its products. The brand also focuses on using sustainable materials—all metal components consist of at least 95 percent recycled metal, and 100 percent of padding comes from recycled materials. Really, what more could you ask for? 

Allform solely sells armchairs and sofas, all of which have the same basic silhouette, but if you like the look of its products, you can tailor the design in a variety of ways. You’re able to adjust features like the upholstery fabric, leg finish, and configuration, and while your new sofa will arrive via regular ground shipping, the good news is that it can be assembled without any tools.

Return Policy: 100-day trial | Delivery Options: Ground shipping | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: Up to 10 weeks


Vaughan-Bassett Bed Set

Courtesy of Vaughan-Bassett

What We Like
  • Classic furniture designs

  • Solid wood construction

  • Focus on eco-friendly practices

What We Don't Like
  • Can’t purchase directly from brand

If you’ve ever spent time browsing through your local furniture store, chances are you’ve seen Vaughan-Bassett designs. This brand is the largest maker of solid wood bedroom sets in the U.S., and all of its pieces are made by expert craftspeople in Virginia. As you browse its catalog, you’ll find that most Vaughan-Bassett furniture has a classic, timeless style, but it also has the Artisan & Post brand, which has a more rustic aesthetic.

In case you weren’t sold on the high-quality solid wood furniture, this brand participates in a “One for One" program, where it plants a tree to replace every one that it harvests. Additionally, more than 99 percent of the lumber used comes from within 500 miles of the factory, helping to minimize shipping-related pollution. This is another brand that doesn’t sell its products online but is carried by a wide range of furniture stores across the country.

Return Policy: Varies by retailer | Delivery Options: Varies by retailer | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: N/A

Inside Weather

Inside Weather sofa living room

Inside Weather

What We Like
  • Customize any product

  • Focus on sustainability

  • Free fabric swatches

  • 365-day home trial

What We Don't Like
  • “Environmental fee” on any returns

Inside Weather makes its fun contemporary furniture right in sunny California, and you can customize any of its products from top to bottom. For instance, with the Custom Nox Sofa, you can choose the arm style, upholstery fabric, pillow configuration, and even the pillow shape! All the brand’s products are made to order (which can admittedly lead to longer wait times), and the brand employs a number of sustainable practices that will make you feel good about your purchase. 

Despite the fact that every piece of furniture is custom, the brand has a more generous return policy than most. It has a 365-day home trial where you can live with the product and decide if it’s right for you, and if you decide you don’t like the product, you can return it for a refund minus an “environmental fee” that’s 25 percent of the purchase price. If you know it’s not for you right away, you can initiate a return within 14 days and only get charged a 10 percent fee.

Return Policy: 14 days minus 10%, 365 days minus 25% | Delivery Options: Ground shipping | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: Varies by product

Vermont Woods Studio

Single-Leg Round Pedestal Dining Set

Courtesy of Vermont Woods Studio

What We Like
  • Sustainably sourced hardwood

  • Wide range of styles

  • Lifetime guarantee

What We Don't Like
  • High restocking fee

  • Only delivers to the contiguous U.S.

You’ll find all manner of wood furniture at Vermont Woods Studio, which (unsurprisingly) is based in Vermont. The brand carries designs from craftspeople living throughout the state, and as such, it carries a variety of furniture styles, including Shaker, modern, traditional, midcentury, and more. You can shop a wide range of products through the brand’s online store, including bedroom, living room, dining room, office, and outdoor furniture. Plus, everything is backed by a lifetime warranty, so you know the quality is top-tier. 

While its custom furniture can have several months of wait time, Vermont Woods Studio does have a few collections of “quick ship” designs that are often available in a few weeks. The brand only delivers to the contiguous U.S. (which means no Alaska or Hawaii), and if you choose to return your purchase, you’ll be responsible for return shipping, as well as a 25 percent restocking fee.

Return Policy: 30 days, 25% restocking fee | Delivery Options: White glove or ground shipping | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: Varies by product

Simplicity Sofas

Simplicity Sofas

Courtesy of Simplicity Sofas

What We Like
  • Designed to fit through small doorways

  • Free threshold delivery

  • Replaceable components

  • Tool-free assembly

What We Don't Like
  • Extremely long lead time

  • No returns

If you’ve ever struggled to fit a too-large couch through the doorway into your living room, you’ll understand the appeal of Simplicity Sofas. True to its name, this brand solely sells custom-made sofas, and it stands out from competitors thanks to the fact that all its designs will fit through 15-inch wide doors and stairways. There are a variety of sofa sizes and styles to choose from, and you can customize your piece from top to bottom, choosing your preferred fabric, cushion style, cushion material, and more. 

Simplicity sofas are made to order, and you’ll likely wait around a year for delivery. When your product is ready, the brand offers free threshold shipping (with an option to upgrade to white glove delivery), and your sofa can be assembled in minutes without any tools needed. If pieces of your sofa wear out over time, the brand is able to replace individual components like the arms, base, and cushions—great for keeping furniture out of the landfill—but keep in mind that it doesn’t accept returns on any of its products.

Return Policy: No returns | Delivery Options: Threshold or white glove delivery | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: 12 months

Eastvold Furniture

Eastvold Furniture

Courtesy of Eastvold Furniture

What We Like
  • Unique modern designs

  • Accepts custom orders

  • Rush orders available

What We Don't Like
  • Premium prices

  • Return policy not specified

Eastvold is a smaller brand that’s run by a husband and wife design team. Each of its designs, which are typically modern and crafted from solid wood, is handmade in Minnesota, and the Eastvold team is happy to work with you to customize any piece to suit your needs. The brand sometimes has select items in stock and ready to ship, but most of its pieces are made-to-order and will be shipped in around three to five weeks (still much faster than other brands!). 

When you purchase furniture from Eastvold, such as the stunning Mora Credenza, you’re able to select the type of wood you’d like used—in this case, you have the choice between walnut, white oak, and blackened ash. If you have an idea for a piece of furniture that you can’t find anywhere, the brand will also work with you to create a fully custom order. Eastvold does offer the option for rush orders if you need the furniture ASAP, but be prepared to pay a premium price for the top-tier craftsmanship.

Return Policy: Not listed | Delivery Options: Curbside or white glove delivery | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: 3-5 weeks


Olivia Writing Desk

Courtesy of James+James

What We Like
  • Wide range of styles

  • Ability to customize most products

  • Select items ship for free

What We Don't Like
  • Not everything is made by the brand

  • No returns

James+James was started in a garage in 2011, and since then, the brand has grown to support more than 100 team members who work to build affordable solid wood furniture in Northwest Arkansas. The brand creates pieces for the bedroom, living room, dining room, and office, and they even have a small selection of porch swing beds! As you browse their collection, you’ll find a wide range of styles, from traditional to rustic to contemporary, and there are ways to customize most designs, such as adjusting the size and finish. For desks, you can even add on accessories such as built-in power outlets or phone chargers.

Much of the brand’s furniture qualifies for free curbside shipping, and on average, most items are ready to ship in around 12 weeks. Because everything is made to order, the brand doesn’t accept returns. And while the majority of products available on the James+James website are built by the brand, there are select items, such as the rug section, that they don’t manufacture. Keep this in mind if you’re specifically looking for American-made designs.

Return Policy: No returns | Delivery Options: Curbside freight, white glove in select locations | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: 12 weeks

Home Reserve

Laney Couch

Courtesy of Home Reserve

What We Like
  • Replaceable components

  • Built-in storage

  • Unique 30-day trial

  • 10-year warranty

What We Don't Like
  • Complicated assembly

If you view furniture assembly as a fun puzzle, chances are you’ll like Home Reserve. This made-in-America furniture brand has an extremely unique business model—all of their sofas, chairs, and sectionals arrive fully unassembled, and you’re charged with putting them together. You have to build the frame, put covers on the cushions, and secure everything in place, which often takes several hours. The benefit, however, is that the furniture is easy to customize and more affordable than similarly sized pieces from other brands. 

When you shop at Home Reserve, you’re able to select the exact fabric and furniture configuration you want, and many of the fabrics are even machine-washable, which is ideal for homes with pets or kids. Every component can be replaced if it ever breaks or wears out, allowing you to use the sofa for longer, and you can even purchase new upholstery fabric to change the look of your furniture. Every seat has built-in storage to stash living room accessories, and the brand offers a unique 30-day trial where you’re able to test out just one seat section to see if you like it.

Return Policy: 30 days | Delivery Options: Ground shipping | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: 2 weeks


Bend Sofa

Courtesy of Emblem

What We Like
  • Commercial-quality construction

  • Stain-resistant fabric

  • Free fabric samples

  • Relatively quick lead time

What We Don't Like
  • Only delivers to the contiguous U.S.

  • No return policy listed

For eye-catching modern furniture that’s made for busy households, Emblem is a top choice. This brand is a newcomer to the American-made furniture scene, having been created in 2019, but it quickly gained popularity thanks to its sleek designs and commercial-quality construction. Among its product range, you’ll find a variety of chic seating options, such as the Bend Sofa, which features a tubular steel frame and lush velvet upholstery. 

All of Emblem’s furniture is contract grade, meaning it’s designed to withstand the demands of high-use commercial spaces. This durability is ideal for busy homes, and all the pieces are designed and manufactured in California. Most furniture ships in around three weeks for a flat rate, and everything is backed by a five-year warranty. However, the brand doesn’t have a return policy listed, except to note that shipping damage must be reported within 14 days.

Return Policy: Not listed | Delivery Options: Freight or white glove delivery  | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: 3 weeks


Fyrn Tables

Courtesy of Fyrn

What We Like
  • Focus on sustainability

  • In-home trial option

  • Free “design kit”

  • Furniture buy back program

What We Don't Like
  • Limited product range

Fyrn was founded by a fourth-generation furniture maker, and the San Francisco-based brand is dedicated to creating sustainable options for eco-conscious consumers. Its current line of furniture includes a modest selection of seating and tables, and everything has a fairly cohesive style made from solid wood with metal brackets. However, you’re able to customize your designs by changing the wood type and bracket color, and with chairs, you can even add leather to the seat or back. 

To make sure you love your furniture, Fyrn offers a number of unique buying options. First, you can order a free “design kit,” which includes samples of all the wood finishes, bracket colors, and leather colors. The brand also offers a three-week in-home trial on a single chair, and if you decide you don’t like it, you can return it with no fees. There’s even a buy-back program to help prevent usable furniture from ending up in the landfill.

Return Policy: 3 weeks | Delivery Options: Local pickup or ground shipping | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: Up to 6 weeks


Sabai Sectional


What We Like
  • Focus on sustainability

  • Eco-friendly materials

  • Furniture buy-back program

  • Free fabric swatches

What We Don't Like
  • Limited product range

Sabai offers chic, eco-friendly sofas, sectionals, and chairs, all of which are crafted in North Carolina. The designs in its Essentials Collection feature a classic square-arm silhouette and chic tapered wooden legs, and the furniture comes in a variety of eco-friendly upholstery options, including recycled velvet and upcycled polyester materials. The products are made using FSC-certified wood and other nontoxic materials, and the brand has a repair program that allows you to replace most components of their furniture for a reasonable price. 

When you buy Sabai furniture, such as The Essential Sofa, you’re able to customize the upholstery fabric, leg finish, and cushion style. It will ship in around four to five weeks and arrives in flat-packed boxes with components you’ll need to assemble. You can return furniture within 30 days for a $50 pickup fee, and the brand also has a buy-back program to keep its products out of landfills.

Return Policy: 30 days, $50 return fee | Delivery Options: Ground shipping | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: 4-5 weeks

Bend Goods

Wire Chair

Courtesy of Bend Goods

What We Like
  • Unique designs

  • Recyclable materials

  • Custom colors on iron components

What We Don't Like
  • Short return period

Bend Goods sells chic metal furniture that’s sure to stand out in your home. The Lucy Chair is the brand’s signature design, and it’s even part of a permanent collection at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Each of their metal products is powder-coated for durability, and you can choose from a variety of bold colors, including metallics like gold and copper. (If you’re hoping for a color not listed on the website, contact the brand, as they have more than 100 custom colors available.)

The metal furniture from Bend Goods can be used both inside and outside, and if you want to make the seating more comfortable, the brand offers seat pads for all their different chair designs. Most of the designs are in stock and ready to ship within a few days, though orders with custom colors may take several weeks. If you decide you don’t like your purchase, you can return it within 10 days for a full refund or within 30 days for a 20 percent restocking fee.

Return Policy: 10 days | Delivery Options: Ground or freight shipping | Average Wait Time for Bespoke Items: 5-6 weeks

Final Verdict

For more contemporary styles that are made in America, we recommend Floyd or Burrow, while Stickley and The Joinery are unbeatable options for top-quality solid wood pieces.

What to Look for When Buying American-Made Furniture


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 U.S., 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 the 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 subject 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. 

Why Trust The Spruce?

This article was written by Camryn Rabideau, a freelance writer and product tester for The Spruce. While researching American furniture brands, she spoke with Robin Burrill of Signature Home Services about the benefits of made-in-America furniture. She also has firsthand experience with a few of the brands on this list, including Stickley and Vaughan-Bassett, and she also used insights from other product testers from The Spruce.

While selecting American-made furniture brands for this list, she evaluated companies on factors such as their product selection, material quality, construction techniques, return policies, customization options, and lead times. She also prioritized brands that use locally sourced materials to make their furniture. 

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