American-made furniture — especially from the brands we’ve highlighted below — is often made with high-quality materials and expert craftsmanship passed down through generations. And buying locally is also far better for the environment as your furniture doesn’t have to travel halfway across the world to reach your home.
Keep reading to discover the best furniture brands you can buy from today.
Our Top 14 Furniture Brands You Should Know in 2021
If you’re looking for American-made brands that sell unique, high-quality furniture, you’ve found the right place. Below we’ll share 14 of the best furniture brands that design and manufacture their furniture in the United States.
This list goes beyond the brands like Bernhardt, La-Z-Boy, and Bassett to share some up-and-coming American-made, direct-to-consumer, and eco-friendly furniture brands you might not have heard of.
Maiden Home believes you shouldn’t settle–for generic design, lesser quality, or anything short of a perfect fit for your home. Every Maiden Home piece is handmade in the North Carolina region (North Carolina and Virginia), home to the world’s most skilled furniture craftsmen.
Each Maiden Home piece features modern design and is handmade to order, using techniques that have been passed down through generations. Maiden Home's craftspeople cut-no-corners in construction and use premium materials to ensure every item they ship is a piece of high-quality furniture. Its frames are made using 1” thick plywood made of kiln-dried hardwood that is glued, double dowelled, and corner-blocked for extra support, and its cushions are also custom made from high-resiliency Ultracel foam.
By eliminating all additional costs (showrooms, salesperson, catalogs, etc.) and shipping directly to you through its online model, Maiden Home says it will always be offering the best possible value to customers.
Cost: The Crosby Sofa starting at $2,150
Burrow offers a range of American-made and mid-century inspired furniture including seating, tables, and shelves. The New York-based brand was founded in 2016 by entrepreneurs Stephen Kuhl and Kabeer Chopra with a goal to reinvent the furniture industry model.
Burrow sells direct-to-consumer, meaning it can make savings on supply chain, warehousing, and distribution and invest more time and money into design and making its furniture in the USA.
"Like most companies, we manufacture our products wherever it makes the most sense for that particular item," a company spokesperson told Living Cozy. "Our Nomad Collection is made in North Carolina, an area that has a long heritage of handcrafting upholstered furniture (like a couch). It's a perfect complement: this area has a ton of talent in creating exactly the item we're producing, they have the infrastructure ready to go to produce at scale, and it's conveniently placed for our distribution network."
It has a strong focus on sustainability to ensure its couches are as good for the planet as they are for your Netflix binges. All wood used for Burrow sofas is grown on U.S. soil, mostly in Mississippi and Louisiana and each wood supplier is also certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), the American Tree Farm System (ATFS), and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI).
Burrow’s sofas and seating options are the cornerstones of its business. Its modular designs make each piece easy-to-move and mean it can deliver products — even sofas — in normal shipping boxes. Each of its sofas is also customizable with five fabric colors, six leg finishes, and three armrest heights.
Alongside its seating and sofas, Burrow also sells a range of wall shelves, versatile credenzas and media storage options, coffee tables, side tables, and home decor accessories like rugs, pillows, lamps, and throws.
If you'd like to check out Burrow's furniture in person it has a retail store and showroom in Manhattan.
Cost: The Block Nomad Sofa from $1,395.
Floyd products are designed in Michigan and manufactured with partners across the US. The Detroit-based brand was founded in 2013 with a belief that furniture should be made for the home, not the landfill.
Floyd’s mission is to craft high-quality home furniture using materials that last. As part of its commitment to making furniture that’s suited to modern living Floyd ensures each of its products offers intuitive assembly and disassembly, making it simple to take with you through a move.
The brand started out selling legs to help convert any surface into a table but has since expanded to offer a range of furniture for almost every room in the house — from sofas and beds to tables, lighting, and shelves. And for those looking to completely restyle a whole room, Floyd offers a range of room sets to make designing a great home even easier, while saving you money and time. Many of its pieces (such as its Table and Shelving System) can also double up as home office furniture.
Cost: The Sofa from $1,095.
Benchmade Modern’s furniture is handcrafted in Dallas, TX and Los Angeles, CA. The brand was founded in 2015 by Edgar Blazona, a modernist American furniture designer with over 25 years of experience in the furniture industry.
Production time ranges between 10 and 21 days for each customized sofa with delivery ranging between 10-15 business days after leaving its manufacturing facility. “We want to provide a custom piece of furniture just for you and make it in a reasonable time,” Blazona says.
Benchmade Modern offers a range of American-made solid wood furniture for your home including sofas, sectionals, chaises, reading chairs, beds, recliners. and more. To get started you can order a collection of free swatches or a free printout to see exactly how your sofa will fit in your space.
Cost: Skinny Fat Sofa starting at $3,432;
Looking to pick up some living room furniture online? Look no further than Allform.
Allform provides high-quality modular sofas, sectionals, and loveseats designed for real life. Each Allform sofa features a sleek modern aesthetic and is made from kiln-dried and laminated hardwood that is sustainably sourced from Sustainable Forest Initiative and heavy-duty scratch, pill, and stain-resistant fabrics.
Its furniture is made alongside a multi-generation family-owned manufacturer located in North Carolina with a history of building premium furniture and innovation.
Cost: Loveseat from $1,145, 3-Seat Sofa from $1,595.
Medley Home builds furniture made from premium and eco-friendly materials that will make your home cozy for years to come. It aims to make furniture in the best way possible and that means local manufacturing — with all of its furniture being handmade in Los Angeles, California — and an emphasis on quality and comfort.
Medley offers a range of living room furniture with a ton of customization options to choose from including fabric, legs, filling, and layout. Its standard lead time is 6-8 weeks and its products ship directly from its Los Angeles HQ to your door. Its products are crafted using non-toxic, eco-friendly materials such as domestically sourced, kiln-dried alder hardwood, and bamboo.
Medley doesn’t have a brick-and-mortar store because it believes by selling online it can pass the savings (from not having a physical store) on to consumers. But to help ease any worries you may have about making a big-ticket purchase online, it offers a 100-day in-home trial.
Cost: Zavis Sofa from $1,895.
The Inside was founded in 2018 with the belief that creating the home of your dreams — and having a great time doing it — should be an accessible experience to everyone, not just a few.
“We offer custom furniture for a cookie-cutter price. Unlocking access to a traditionally high-end decorating experience of matching fabric to frame,” explains The Inside's co-founder Britt Bunn.
The Inside’s furniture is made in facilities across North America — including factories in North Carolina, Illinois, and Pennsylvania — by craftspeople with decades of experience in furniture manufacturing. Every piece of furniture is made from scratch within 3 weeks. It offers a wide range of living room and bedroom furniture, home office pieces and home decor items to add that finishing touch to your interior design.
The Inside uses a zero-inventory supply chain fuelled by made-to-order manufacturing to help combat waste and minimize its impact on the planet. For you, the consumer, the process is simple: You choose your furniture style, choose the fabric, and Inside Weather will process your order and start making a custom piece just for you.
Whether you’re looking to spruce up your bedroom, living room, or even an outdoor space, The Inside offers American-made furniture built the way you want it and has a range of customizable pieces to help satisfy your desires. And to help find the perfect piece, it has a fun quiz to help identify exactly what you’re looking for.
Cost: The Modern Sofa from $1,599.
Inside Weather furniture is carefully designed and manufactured in the San Francisco Bay Area, more specifically at its HQ in San Leandro. The Inside Weather design team works out of the same warehouse where your order is made and shipped.
You can order Inside Weather furniture online and customize every detail — from the material on its sofa, to the surface design on its coffee table. And when you hit order, your custom furniture is made just for you, ensuring that the Inside Weather manufacturing process creates as little waste as possible.
The brand's direct-to-consumer approach means that Inside Weather can cut a bunch of production costs without sacrificing quality. It also saves on retailer markups and by making each piece specific to order, it reduces warehouse costs, resulting in high-quality, custom-made furniture at affordable prices.
Whatever piece of furniture or furniture sets you're looking for, you'll likely find something that matches your needs at Inside Weather. It makes a range of sofas, sectionals and accent chairs, coffee and dining tables, and home furnishings for just about every room.
Cost: Issa Sectional from $1,298.
Campaign’s furniture is made in America using both foreign and domestic components that are 100% recyclable and have a low impact on the environment. Its wooden components are made from solid hardwood sourced from the American Midwest.
Its life-friendly furniture is crafted in a way that means it can evolve with you — each piece can be easily assembled and disassembled without using any tools so its furniture is perfect if you move regularly, and its upholstery covers are fully removable so you have the freedom to switch up the style without needing to buy a whole new sofa.
Campaign furniture is also designed to last and its frame durability has been tested to last 10x longer than the average sofa (over 100 years).
Campaign’s range of furniture includes sectional sofas, loveseats, chairs, an ottoman, and a range of pillows, sofa covers, and chair legs — all available with fair pricing.
Sabai is a sustainability-focused furniture company that proudly manufactures its products in High Point, North Carolina.
Sabai's goal is to craft beautifully designed furniture that's available at affordable prices. Think of it as a more eco-friendly Ikea, with a focus on sustainability and keeping furniture out of the landfill.
Sabai’s furniture is created with fabrics made from natural fibers and recycled water bottles, FSC certified wood, certiPUR-US certified foam, and recycled fiber pillows. Once production is complete, its products are shipped directly to you in boxes that are 100% recycled, and you will find no plastic in its packaging.
Sabai sells its furniture online, though a sample sofa is available to view at The Canvas by Querencia in Brooklyn, New York. Sabai has plans to announce additional store partnerships and pop-ups soon. Currently, it offers three products: The Essential Sectional, The Essential Sofa, and The Essential Ottoman.
Cost: The Essential Sofa starting at $1,095.
Fyrn co-founder Ros Broughton’s family has been designing and making furniture since the early 1900s. And Broughton leans on his family history to make unique furniture that’s designed and made with love by folks in California.
With its furniture designs, Fyrn aims to create modern heirlooms — furniture that will become part of your story and grows richer as your memories become part of each piece. Each item can be shipped flat and put together at home or if you live in the Bay Area it also offers local pick up.
The brand offers a range of dining room chairs, bar, and kitchen stools, and even offers custom-made furniture pieces. Fyrn’s furniture is made using its patented Stemn bracket that enables it to build strong, high-end furniture that has the durability to last decades and can be shipped easily without sacrificing quality.
Fyrn uses simple, natural materials in the production of its furniture. Primarily relying on North American hardwoods, anodized aluminum, and steel components all sourced domestically. No particle board, vinyl, or plastics. “Making things that last with quality materials is inherently sustainable. If you aren’t replacing items on a regular basis then you are using fewer resources,” says Fyrn's co-founder David Charne.
Cost: Linden Counter Stool from $785.
Launched in 2019 by Jeffrey and Lindsay Braun, Emblem offers high-quality, authentic, American-made furniture.
All of its pieces are designed and manufactured in California, and its hardwood frames are all cut, built, and assembled on-site in its factory.
Emblem's furniture is designed for high-use environments, like offices or living rooms, and as such it's crafted to last using high-density foam, commercial-grade fabrics, and cold-rolled steel to complement its hardwood frames.
All of Emblem's furniture is shipped from its factory in Southern California, three weeks after order placement.
Cost: Bend Loveseat from $2,500.
Operating out of Portland, Oregon, The Joinery began as a one-person furniture refurbishing and repair business in 1982. The brand creates beautiful, quality solid wood furniture of modern and classic design.
Its in-house design team designs and develops each piece of furniture from scratch and every individual piece of residential furniture is wholly built by a single woodworker using traditional woodworking techniques and hardwoods from sustainable forest resources. When each piece is finished, it receives The Joinery builder signature — a guarantee that it will hold up to a lifetime of use.
Cost: Clyde Lounge Chair from $3,086.
Founded in 2009, Bend Goods specializes in wire, contemporary furniture, and brightly colored accessories made for any space — from high-traffic international airports to calm, minimalist homes. Founded by Gaurav Nanda, a sculptor, and visual designer, Bend is a product of his interest in combining beauty with utility.
All Bend products are created in Los Angeles, CA, and made from recyclable iron and handcrafted using a method of shaping and spot welding.
Bend makes a range of chairs and tables that can work as dining sets or furniture to lounge in. Its pieces work equally well as indoor and outdoor furniture.
Cost: Wood & Wire Chair from $380.
The Benefits of Choosing American-Made Furniture Brands
Most of us put a lot of thought into the furniture we buy and choose to share our homes with. And choosing to buy American-made furniture has a range of benefits — from product quality, to benefit the environment.
"When you buy American-made furniture, more of your dollar goes directly to the quality of the construction and materials, not to the transportation of the furniture from a factory overseas," says Lindsay Braun, founder of Emblem.
And as you might notice in the brands we share below, many make their furniture from solid wood, use handcrafted frames, and high-quality cushion upholstery material.
Choosing American-made furniture will also give you a wide choice of design styles, and plenty of custom options. "If you consider yourself a creative person or have a unique design perspective, seeking out American-made furniture will give you a breadth of expressive choices," says Emblem's director of design, Jeffrey Braun.
Are you looking for quality furniture that's American-made? Look no further than the brands below. And as a bonus, most of these brands will ship directly to you so you can avoid making an unnecessary trip to the furniture store.