Things that are made well make the world a more beautiful place. At Ethan Allen, we take pride in crafting timeless furniture that lasts. Our reputation rests on it. A case in point: the Quincy bed, an 18th century-inspired beauty with dramatic curves, boldly turned posts and a stately Sheraton headboard. It’s an instant heirloom, a bestseller, and it’s handcrafted in our own Vermont workshop.
This Independence Day, we’re especially proud of that, and the fact that a full 75% of our products are made in North America, many of them in our own workshops, some in operation for decades.
It’s no coincidence that we chose the small Vermont village of Beecher Falls for our first factory in 1932; after all, Vermont has a long tradition of handcrafting fine, heirloom-quality wood furniture. We made ourselves at home in Vermont—and even took the name Ethan Allen, in honor of the Vermont statesman and Revolutionary War hero.
It’s been 87 years, and we still make furniture in the Green Mountain State, as well as in North Carolina, and other North American workshops. We use traditional construction, joinery, and finishing techniques handed down from generation to generation. We embrace technology, too. But we hold fast to our legacy of exceptional craftsmanship, because it matters.
Enjoy this gallery of gorgeous furniture, all of it made in America and designed to last for generations to come.