Furniture, like our lighting, hardware, and home goods, should be built to last. So while we’ve been expanding our furniture offerings every season, it’s imperative that quality is always top-of-mind. We source American benchmade furniture crafted with the finest materials and collaborate with amazing artisans to bring you pieces that will look good—and last—longer than a lifetime.

“Benchmade” means a piece is crafted primarily by one person. Our upholstered furniture is benchmade from sustainably sourced wood and features durability details like corner-blocked kiln-dried frames, reinforced springs, and well-made cushions that keep their shape.

We go to North Carolina to create the majority of our benchmade furniture. North Carolina is somewhat of a haven for this industry, which allows us to not only collaborate with best-in-class craftspeople but find the right partners for the right jobs. These thoughtful partnerships add to the quality of the product and push our designs going forward.

Take our Belmont collection. These stately tufted sofas are made by one of the South’s largest family held furniture manufacturers, Southern Furniture Company. They got started in 1884 upholstering stagecoach seating before transitioning to furniture. When we knew we wanted to manufacture a tufted sofa, we went to the authority on tufting.

Heading over to Newton, North Carolina, we work with Precedent on our Hastings collection. For over thirty years, this family-owned operation has used traditional, sustainable processes to craft modern and contemporary furniture. Their design aesthetic aligned perfectly with what we envisioned for the Hastings, and we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to work with them.

Also made by Precedent, our Walters chair fits perfectly in this modern reading space with our Cypress lighting.

Where and how something is made matters. Sourcing skilled and passionate experts defines our process and has allowed us to continually be inspired as we expand our benchmade offerings. View all our furniture collections at