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Top 15 American-made furniture brands

Finding handcrafted pieces from the heartland could be easier than you think.

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For many people, buying American-made products is a priority — whether for quality concerns, a desire to bolster the US economy or other reasons. American-made furniture brands are available from convenient and trusted sites. We’ve rounded up our top 15 picks, including where to find them online and in stores.

  • Not every product available on these websites is necessarily made in the USA. Some brands may only offer a small selection of American-made products. Check the product description before buying to be sure.

Our top picks

Maverick 19
Maverick 19" Manual Rocker Recliner

Wayfair

Invigo Height Adjustable Standing Desk
Invigo Height Adjustable Standing Desk

Wayfair

List of 15 brands that manufacture furniture in the US

BrandMade inTypeWhat to knowWhere to buy?
La-Z-BoyMichigan, Montana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, CaliforniaRecliners, chairs, sofas, bedroom, kitchen and dining, outdoor, accentAll furniture handcrafted in the USA
American Couture by LevinUSALiving room, accentAll furniture made to order with handcrafted hardwood frames
Ashley HomeStoreUSA and other countriesLiving room, bedroom, accentOnly a selection of furniture is made in the USA. Products may not be marked with country of origin.
Basset FurnitureVirginiaLiving room, bedroom, dining, outdoorCustom orders available within 30 days
Ethan AllenUSALiving room, bedroom, dining, outdoorCustom furniture made in USA; not all products American-made
Maiden HomeNorth CarolinaSofas, sectionals, chairs, daybeds, ottomansAll pieces handmade in the USA
American RattanUSARattan wicker furnitureCompany will pay sales tax for you; select pieces made in Indonesia and the Philippines
Simplicity SofasNorth CarolinaSofas, sleepers, sectionalsAll products made in NC
CopelandVermontNatural hardwood furnitureAll hardwood harvested within 100 miles of its Vermont plant
KincaidNorth CarolinaBedroom, dining room, living room, accentSolid wood construction; owned by La-Z-Boy
Marc Taggart & Co.WyomingWestern-style furnitureMade in Thomas Molesworth tradition
Lee IndustriesNorth CarolinaSofas, chairs, sleepers, bedroom, outdoor, dining, accentsAll pieces handcrafted in the USA using sustainable manufacturing processes
ModernicaCaliforniaSofas, chairs, bedroom, outdoor, accentsFurniture made to order
Norwalk FurnitureOhioSofas, sectionals, chairs, bedroom, diningFurniture made to order
Rowe FurnitureVirginiaSofas, chairs, sleepers, bedsFocus on eco-friendly materials
Stephen Daniel EditionsTennesseeSofas, chairs, ottomans, benches, headboardsCustom orders accepted.
NorthfieldIllinoisTables, benches, chairsHandmade custom furniture from natural and recycled materials

Top 5 made-in-USA furniture brands

La-Z-Boy

Inventors of the recliner.

Back in 1928, two American cousins got a patent for the first wooden reclining chairs, which were made in Monroe, Michigan. This led to the founding of the La-Z-Boy furniture company, one of the largest and most well-known in the business.

True to its American heritage, La-Z-Boy still manufactures all of its products right here in the USA.

American Couture by Levin Furniture

Pittsburgh-based Levin offers several made-in-America brands.

American Couture is one of the most popular sub-brands that Levin Furniture has to offer. One of its main selling points? Every piece is manufactured in the US. Other Levin-owned brands that also manufacture domestically include Amish Village Furniture, Maine Craftsman and Granite Falls.

Basset Furniture

100% American-made from Appalachian red maple.

This Virginia-based company has been making unique, custom-made furniture for every room in the house since 1902 — all manufactured in its Basset, Virginia facility from red maple harvested from the Appalachian region of the US.

Maiden Home

Clean, modern looks handmade in North Carolina.

With no retail markups, this American-based online furniture company offers exquisite pieces for a fraction of the price found in most other retailers with physical stores. You can even design your own piece — order free swatches to choose the perfect fabrics for your home.

American Rattan

A veteran-owned business proudly manufacturing in the USA.

Founded by 21-year veteran of the US Air Force Master Sargent Mark Mosher, this small American business makes high-quality rattan wicker furniture for every room in the house. The company will even pay your sales tax on every order. And it offers free shipping when you spend $1,000 or more.

Which mattresses are made in the USA?

Many online mattress brands like Casper and Purple manufacture in the USA. Take a look at our American-made mattress guide for more information and options.

  • Williams Sonoma. This home goods and furniture store has come under fire by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for falsely claiming that its Rejuvenation and Pottery Barn branded furniture were made in the USA, when they were manufactured overseas.
  • IKEA. This popular affordable furniture store closed its only American manufacturing plant in 2019, moving all production overseas.

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