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Buy Abner Henry and you can rest easy knowing the design you purchased will be around forever. Once we create a design it is never discontinued. Abner Henry claims an inventory of thousands of Traditional, Transitional, Rustic, Live Edge and Mission designs that is growing everyday. And they are never, ever discontinued. Also, because our craftsmen pass their unique niche trade down from generation to generation the ability to recreate or add to a particular design is, yes, forever.
At Allan Copley Designs, we have an obligation to our clients, ourselves, & the world community to promote recycling, reuse & responsibility in all policies and practices of our business. We are dedicated to purchase supplies from vendors who are vested in recycling, channeling waste solvents through recovery companies, and recycling all scraps and leftovers. We strive to formulate finishes that maximize employee safety as well as minimize environmental impact.
American Leather was founded in 1990 on one revolutionary idea: custom leather furniture could be made and shipped in three weeks or less. Our frames are made of wood harvested from sustainable forests and all scrap wood is recycled. All leather uses water based pigments, and we offer 25 environmentally-friendly, biodegradeable leathers made through natural, chrome-free processes.
Since 2003, Anji Mountain established itself as the finest source of area rugs made from natural fibers—including jute, bamboo, seagrass, sisal, cork, and recycled materials. We are a family business founded on the principle of sustainable use of the earth’s natural resources. The renewability and versatility of natural fibers and recycled materials creates ecologically positive possibilities. It’s our mission to bring these wonderful resources to as wide an audience as possible.
At Atlantic Furniture we pride ourselves on our commitment to sustainability by using Eco-friendly Hardwood. Our furniture is crafted from the Rubber Tree which is prized as an environmentally friendly wood, since it is derived from trees that have been cut down at the end of their latex-producing life. Our stylish and safe furniture leaves the natural forest untouched to help preserve the beautiful world we live in.
• Avasa is a wholesale home furnishing brand with a focus on natural, sustainable, organic fabrics. Avasa evokes a feeling of comfort and style with rich fabrics and unique designs. We are passionate about giving our customers the finest in hand crafted, luxury linens. Avasa offers a full line of products to outfit the entire home. From stylish accent cushions to complete bedding collections.
A union of two worlds: Japanese heritage meets the American metropolis. Aviva’s Design studio specializes in exotic décor items: hand made textiles, gorgeous hand picked architectural mineral specimens, artisanal home décor items made exclusively for the studio, vintage found sourced globally and even colored tribal diamonds. Aviva’s roots run deep. Over 15 years working in the design industry in New York City form the natural and cultural tapestry of her aesthetic.
Unlike other mattress and bed-in-a-box companies, our products are handcrafted in the USA without petroleum-based polyurethane foam, without toxic flame retardants, without dangerous pesticides, and without risk from volatile chemicals and gasses. Our luxury products are healthy and respect the planet.
In 1984, Bill Becker had a vision of making great Design available to everyone. Frustrated by the ‘trade only’ distribution of the best designed contemporary home furnishings, Bill was inspired to build a company that could develop and manufacture Designs that would actually be accessible. Today, BDI has become a force in contemporary home furnishings and an industry leader in home theater furniture.
An interior designer practicing in the Virginia countryside near Washington DC, Barry Dixon has taken his own brand of warmly hospitable southern design style to projects around the world. Barry has a furniture line with Tomlinson/Erwin-Lambeth and a fabric collection for Vervain/S. Harris.