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HIGH SCORER, 2021 WOOD FURNITURE SCORECARD For more than 30 years, Room & Board has focused on the simple idea that good design should be beautiful, affordable and long-lasting. We work closely with American artisans to offer furniture and accessories—even custom pieces—that fit the needs of modern life. We’re proud to say that more than 90 percent of the products we sell are handcrafted in the U.S. to give customers the best combination of quality and price.
At ScanCom, our goal is to create beautiful, long-lasting products by 'Doing Business the Right Way.’
With our own production and supply chain, we can create high quality products that are ethically and environmentally responsible.
Our commitment to social responsibility, our state-of-the-art production facilities and contemporary designs makes us a leading innovator in the outdoor furniture industry.
Selamat Designs was founded on family. Led by a husband-and-wife team, we value relationships and the power of optimistic design. Selamat creates home décor that reflects our breezy, indoor/outdoor California lifestyles, and believes each piece should enrich your own eclectic story. Whether traditional or glam, coastal or boho-chic, Selamat’s design-driven collections offer an approachable piece for every taste and occasion.
Sika Design has been designing and manufacturing the finest handmade furniture for more than 70 years — from its humble origins in 1942, with a first batch of lamps, tables and baskets made of rush and willow, to an internationally acclaimed company trusted by many hotels, restaurants and cruise ships all over the world. Nowadays, we’re proud to be one the oldest Scandinavian producer of rattan and wicker furniture.
The Justine Collection from Simply Amish is one of many styles available, all handcrafted in Amish communities. Our commitment to sustainable manufacturing stems from a dependence on entire communities dedicated to an eco-healthy lifestyle. From growing and canning much of their own food, to the old fashioned clothesline, to the use of horse and buggy for transportation — one would be hard pressed to find a manufacturing system so committed to sustainable values.
Smilow Furniture: Enduring, Modern, Classics Made in America since 1949. Authentic mid-century designs by Mel Smilow. Smilow Furniture embraces clean lines, great proportions, fine details, and functional quality, designed to last a lifetime. The Furniture is appropriate for residential, hospitality, contract, institutional and retail applications. Our designs can be ordered on a custom basis or in quantity, and can be shipped to any location.
Spaldin's next-generation mattresses and pillows are ECO-SUPERIOR: not only eco-friendly, but superior to non-green incumbents in every possible way. Think a combination of eco-friendly yet superior functionality (certified by AGR as back-friendly and by Oeko-tex 100 as safe "for babies"), superior design (nature-inspired Tubes technologies made from cutting-edge materials), and superior savings.
Since 1867, the St. Peter Woolen Mill in St. Peter, MN has been committed to providing our customers with the highest quality green products and services at a competitive price. Our luxurious wool-filled comforters, mattress toppers and pillows have been refined through 4 generations of family dedicated to recognition of the value of traditional wool bedding with an emphasis on renewability and sustainability.
With the least waste, Stickley makes the most of sustainable resources. More than 90 percent of our products are made in New York and North Carolina, where we comply with federal, state, and local regulations. We work with suppliers whose timberlands are self-sustaining and who use selective harvesting. At our factories, more than half of the raw wood we buy is used directly in furniture, exceeding industry standards. Waste is chipped to heat our facility; employees use it to heat their homes.
John Strauss, has twenty years of experience creating and manufacturing furniture for designers and architects. He has worked with top designers from around the country to fabricate their custom designs, has created works for sacred spaces and has just launched a new line of his own designs. He takes his inspiration from the Art Deco masters.