Stanley Furniture's heritage dates back almost a century, when then, as now, people spent their workdays sawing, sanding, joining and finishing fine furniture. We continue to this day as largely an American manufacturer, with approximately 2/3 of our revenue coming from products made in the USA.

We're motivated, however, by more than patriotic pride-- though there's plenty of that too. "Made in America" is, in many ways, the hallmark of the quality and service promises we make to our customers. Combining our commitment to craftsmanship with timeless design and high appreciation for taste and sophistication, Stanley Furniture leads the residential wood furniture industry with affordable, yet classic styling, for every room in your home. Stanley Furniture has delivered consistently since 1924.

 

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Craft-Maid Cabinetry

Since 1972, Craft-Maid's philosophy has been to be innovators by introducing styles that are cutting edge in the kitchen industry. Ever since the colonial styles of the 70's, our designers and skilled cabinet makers have proven to be versatile. The current production features traditional Plus Frame cabinetry with a unique magnetic system as well as a frameless construction. Throughout the four decades, Craft-Maid has consistently focused on high quality in all areas of production. Our experienced craftsmen also create finishes that place Craft-Maid in the leadership position in the industry.

Hunter Douglas

​For more than 60 years, Hunter Douglas, the leading manufacturer of custom-made window fashions in North America, has been making a big difference at the window and in homes across America. Since the beginning, our commitment to excellence has driven our decision to ensure all our window fashions are designed and custom-assembled right here in the United States. Industry recognition for our highly innovative designs and quality products has come almost from the moment we opened our doors.

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