Since the 1970’s, Copeland Furniture has been making furniture from natural hardwoods with a close eye towards design, quality and value. Headquartered in Vermont with a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, Copeland Furniture incorporates its influences from the Shaker, Japanese and Scandinavian movements to create furniture that has a lasting heirloom quality and can proudly be passed down from generation to generation.
Key to the success of Copeland Furniture is the level of pride in craftsmanship that goes into each unique piece. Copeland Furniture has its creative sensibilities rooted in the New England tradition of craftsmanship, yet the company eschews strict contemporary or traditional designs for ones that combine elements of classic proportion with modern simplicity. Copeland Furniture’s adaptive design sensibility is one that strives to serve the customer in the absolute best way possible.
In sync with the preservation and stewardship values that run deep in Vermont, Copeland Furniture uses sustainably harvested hardwoods from the Northern Forest to create their furniture. All of the lumber Copeland Furniture uses comes from within 500 miles of the company’s factory, significantly reducing their carbon footprint. Ultimately, it is Copeland Furniture’s organic connection to nature that has resulted in their ability to create outstanding pieces of furniture and garner the following of a discerning and loyal customer base.
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