Brands We Carry
Country View Woodworking is American-made, handcrafted Amish furniture that everyone will love to have in their homes. Country View carries several styles, species, and price point. Country View strives to be as environmentally friendly has possible. The finishes are low EPA, low VOC and HAPS compliant.
Since 1926, Smith Brothers of Berne has been combining old-world craftsmanship with the latest technologies to build furniture that is solid, comfortable, and stylish. Our furniture is made with pride in the heart of America. Our frames are built from the finest kiln-dried hardwood maple lumber and assembled by hand. Our seating foam cores are the highest quality available to the upholstery industry, and are guaranteed for life against excessive loss of resiliency.
Howard Miller was started in 1926 by Howard C. Miller when he was just 21 years old. He understood quality and value and would settle for nothing but the best. Howard learned the fine art in clockmaking from his father in Germany. In the 1960’s He began building Grandfather Clocks. With Howard Miller clocks you will always know you are receiving excellent workmanship, unsurpassed quality and a quest for perfection.
Started in 1912 by John Lane and his son Ed Lane purchased a box plant in Altavista, Virginia. Lane started by simply making cedar. In 1951 they expanded to making the occasional table and in 1956 casegoods with accent pieces in 1965. In 1972 Lane bought a small reclining chair company in Tupelo, Mississippi. Over the next 20 year they became a major force in upholstered furniture.
In 1946, T. L. Peters founded the Peters Manufacturing Company in Delphi, Indiana for the production of novelty wall racks. A year later, George Revington joined the company, and in 1958, the company's name was changed to Peters-Revington. In April 1992, Peters-Revington Furniture and Chromcraft Corporation joined to form Chromcraft Revington, Inc. The company primarily markets to residential furniture under the brand names: Chromcraft, Cochrane, Peters-Revington, and Chromcraft Contract.
Craftmaster Began in 1972 in Taylorsville, N.C. and Celebrated 40 years of business in 2012. Craftmaster was founded by two natives of North Carolina, Jack Stokes and Steve Lackey, wanted to build the finest quality upholstered furniture in a reasonable price range. They are the exclusive upholstery manufacturer for Better Homes & Gardens along with Paula Deen.
Restonic began in 1938 going by the name of Triple Cushion Corporation. They changed the name to Restonic in 1946. They won the award for Consumers Digest Best Buy™ for the great quality they won the award nine times between 1987 and 2012. In 2005 Restonic was the first to pass the high standards for flammability compliance this is shown by the UL certification logo. In 2013 they celebrated their 75th Anniversary.
Omnia Began in 1989 with roots of a family run business. They pride themselves at having a keen eye for detail and exquisite style. Omnia brings designs to compliment your lifestyle and make up the core of their foundation. Not only does Omnia make great quality products they are also helping the environment by being one of the founding member of the Sustainable Furniture Council. Omnia products are manufactured in America and are built to last.
Vaughn-Bassett is based in Galax, Virginia and has been building bedroom furniture since 1919 when B.C. Vaughn and J.D. Bassett started the company. They employ 700 people between Galax, Virginia and Elkin, North Carolina. 97 percent of their furniture is crafted in the United States. Pine, oak, maple, cherry. Ash, poplar, birch, and beech are the primary woods used. They strive to provide each customer with unmatched service, quality and value.
Homecrest was a part of another furniture company in Wadena, Minn. In 1953 by Mert Bottemiller and Al Engelemann. In the 1960’s the outdoor patio furniture really took off. As sales prospered they expanded into new markets including over-seas. Homecrest added new collection and products including swivel rocker recliners, gliders, technically innovative fabrics and so much more.