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Eleven years ago, Loloi Rugs was a company with four employees, a small office in Dallas, Texas, and an idea. Loloi didn’t set out to become just another rug company, not even the biggest. Instead, we wanted to be pioneers—to design and handcraft the world’s most original rugs.
Today, Loloi has hundreds of employees, multiple warehouses, and thousands of products. We have brought our vision to an array of home accents, including pillows. And we have earned the trust of dealers worldwide as well as the respect of industry insiders, winning more awards than any other rug company in the last decade. Find out more here
Norwalk Furniture Company proudly manufactures high quality custom upholstery in Norwalk, Ohio. Located halfway between Detroit and Cleveland on Lake Erie, we benefit from a tradition of family farming and manufacturing that has long supported the automobile and related industries. We are people who like to “make things” and we are especially proud to be a part of the current “maker movement” in America. Find out more here
Today, we are more than 230 strong, at a company that started out in 1974, with two college buddies in a barn with great creative talent, passion and a vision. Hubbardton Forge is one of the country’s oldest and largest continuously-operating commercial forges, where artisans handcraft each product to order, one at a time in Castleton, Vermont.
We are designers and makers. We collaborate to achieve a common vision. Find out more here
Making beautiful furniture in America is our passion. Not a day goes by that we don’t recognize how fortunate we are to live in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina and come to work along side true artisans who take great pride in everything they do. Whether they are forging hot metal or hand planing a solid wood tabletop, you can see and feel a “sense of hand” in every piece they make. There are no high-speed production lines―each piece is made one at a time, by hand. Our furniture is beautiful, but it is designed to be used―not pampered. Find out more here
Headquartered in Martinsville, Va. where we maintain a corporate office and several distribution facilities, Hooker Furniture employs around 800 people at our Virginia and North Carolina locations. Hooker also imports an extensive line of wood bedroom, living room accents, dining room, home office and home entertainment furniture and some leather furniture from factories around the world. The design and engineering of these imported furnishings is all carefully overseen by Hooker or Bradington-Young in compliance with our high quality standards. On behalf of future generations, Hooker Furniture is committed to environmental stewardship through sustainable business practices that help preserve the earth’s beauty and resources. Find out more here
Bradington-Young offers an extensive assortment of luxurious furniture all available in a wide variety of leathers as well as finish and nail options. Whether you’re looking for a sofa, sectional, club chair or reclining chair, you can express your style with many finish and nail head trim options from BradingtonYoung. From timeless brown finishes to rustic patinas and Old World antique looks, we offer a multitude of hand-crafted finishes. Find out more here
Global Views began in 1997 with a vision to produce a unique collection of home accessories and accent pieces. The collection blends pieces that are elegant, exotic, refined and casual. Today, Global Views offers over 2,500 items made by skilled artisans from all corners of the globe. Global Views emphasizes an importance in excellent customer service, beautiful consumer friendly catalogs, regular trade publication advertising, and an exciting, constantly evolving website. Find out more here
STUDIO|A HOME was founded in 2005 with a mission to provide unique, hand-crafted, high-design items from around the world into the marketplace. In an environment filled with mass-produced product, STUDIO|A HOME strives to deliver a piece of history and meaningful interest to each and every product it sells. STUDIO|A HOME’S unique mix of organic, design-driven accessories, furniture, found objects and textiles is rich in texture and elemental in composition. Cutting-edge design, unexpected materials and handcrafted finishes form the foundation of our product mix. Find out more here
It all started in 1979, when Kevin Kauffman and his brothers joined their dad to learn the finer points of furniture construction on their family farm. Putting his experience to good use, Kevin soon joined forces with his uncle, John Mast, to start a company that would pursue a much larger vision. Together, the two partners eventually linked an entire network of traditional Amish workshops with a modern distribution system, and furniture lovers everywhere rejoiced. Find out more here
What was started in 1962 still carries true today; Temple Furniture builds quality 8-way hand tied furniture at a valued price. We, the Parker family, are committed each day to build your furniture with quality materials and by skilled craftsmen. In the heart of the small town of Maiden, North Carolina, we strive each day to maintain a tradition that started many years ago. We genuinely care about your furniture and the comfort and joy it brings to your home. Find out more here
We began 30 years ago as a distributor of handwoven Indian rugs, each one telling a different story and completing spaces with its artisanal details and unique materials. Since our founding, we have expanded our collections to include furniture, textiles, and lighting, all of which can be paired and arranged to create complete spaces according to need, style and function. Handcrafted, sustainably sourced, and thoughtfully designed, our inspired pieces allow you to tell your story and grow your business by creating inspired spaces. Find out more here
Founded in March of 1979, today’s Summer Classics is a far cry from its humble beginnings. When Bew White III, CEO of Summer Classics, graduated from Auburn University in 1972 with a degree in textile engineering, the phrase “outdoor living” had hardly been coined as outdoor furniture was simply known as a table and chairs you would find on a basic patio deck.Summer Classics is now in all 50 states and Canada, offering products to hundreds of dealers throughout the United States. Find out more here