furniture and how it's made can make a difference.

how we "make it" is as important as what we make. products that are built FOR THE GREATER GOOD.

Painters and upholsterers, carpenters and tailors, engineers and designers - without our rockstar craftsmen 
we couldn't deliver the quality you deserve. Welcome to where the magic happens.



Let's talk about Manny


Manny’s a good guy. He has stuck with us for nearly fifteen years. And we’re lucky to have him. You see, Manny isn’t a temp worker. Manny is not a jack-of-all-trades, he’s the master of one: Upholstery.

Manny learned the trade from his father, and he puts as much pride into his work as he does into his family.

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woman sewing

Let's talk about Emma.


Emma’s a tailor. She’s also a badass. She’s been around a while, even longer than Manny, carving up thirty three notches on the experience belt. Emma takes bolts of fabric and spins out upholstery so fast, it’s literally scary. Like really.

They say a stitch in time saves nine, but a stitch from Emma saves ten. Probably eleven (she claims twelve).

She likes the rich upholstery and generous cushions of Colonial style pieces, but also appreciates the sharp lines and tight stitching of modern pieces, like the Amorist accent chair. Emma, don’t you ever change.

Let's talk about Carlos.


Carlos has been with us for about five years. He’s a pretty great guy. He’s straight to the point, doesn’t mince words and always produces work that is, to be vulgar, fucking fantastic.

He calls himself a painter first, but he’s a one-stop- shop kind of guy. From sanding a chair to be as smooth as butter to intricate detailing that is so satisfying to watch, he really is an artist.

He’s modern all the way when it comes to furniture, but he’s no one-trick pony. He’s also a mean soccer player. Watch your back, Ronaldo. You’ve got some competition.

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This means thinking from the outset about how we can dramatically reduce our use of natural resources, increase adoption of alternative raw materials and strive to “close loop” manufacturing.