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We’re taking sustainable and ethical shopping to the next level. Too often, we find mass-produced products lining shelves and being sold at exorbitant prices, only to fall apart after a year or two. But that doesn’t have to be the case—we have plenty of brands with high-quality materials and expert craftsmanship made right here in the USA.

We’ve found 15 American-made furniture shops, many of them through Etsy, and we’re excited to feature these brands for their innovative styles, incredible work ethic, and sustainable sourcing.

Are you all set on furniture? Head over to our guide to fair trade decor brands and organic mattresses to put the final cozy touches on your home.

Best Overall | Most Affordable | Best Custom

1. Maiden Home

Best For | Customized luxury seating
Furniture Type | Sofas, sectionals, chairs
Features | Made in the USA, natural & sustainable materials, nontoxic
Price | $1325+ (chair)–$9895+ (sectional)

Handcrafted in the hills of North Carolina and Virginia, Maiden Home is revolutionizing the furniture industry. The line of sofas, sectionals, and chairs is made to order, and you can even include your own custom fabrics and materials. The company works with skilled furniture craftsmen who’ve learned these traditions over generations, so you’ll receive the highest quality without the retail markup.

2. NorthField

Best For | Rustic wood tables
Furniture Type | Kitchen tables, desks, tables, kitchen island
Features | Made in the USA, natural & recycled materials, VOC-free
Price | $695 (farmhouse table)–$725 (dining table)

Since 2004, NorthField has been using recycled, reclaimed, and salvaged wood to create stunning wood furniture. Run as a small family shop in Chicago, it uses eco-friendly finishes and materials without VOC, ensuring a safe and healthy home. The most popular items include rustic kitchen tables and naturally styled desks, making you feel right at home. Customers love the fast delivery, woodsy smell, and easy assembly—this furniture is well worth the investment.

3. Sabai

Best For | Recycled couches
Furniture Type | Seating
Features | Made in the USA, sustainable materials, ethical manufacturing
Price | $395 (ottoman)–$18,455 (sectional)

Sabai makes beautifully designed, affordable furniture that doesn’t threaten our earth. The company keeps it simple with only a sofa, sectional, and ottoman, but the pieces are customizable because you get to pick your cushions, fabric, and legs. Made in North Carolina, Sabai uses FSC Certified wood, velvet made from recycled water bottles, and certiPUR-US certified foam. Deliveries are plastic-free and arrive in 100 percent recycled boxes, and Sabai also carbon offsets all its shipments. Plus, if you (or your pet) are prone to accidents, the pieces are water-repellent and scratch-proof.

4. Medley Home

Best For | Eco-friendly materials
Furniture Type | Furniture for bedroom, dining room, living room, storage, and more
Features | Handcrafted in the USA, no chemicals or fire retardants, lifetime warranty, upcycled, FSC certified & organic materials, customizable, supports environmental initiatives
Price | $859 (storage ottoman) – $10,597 (sectional)

Medley believes in making eco-friendly furniture that will last a lifetime (which is why their warranty lasts that long!). Their furniture frames are domestically-sourced, kiln-dried alder hardwood, and their tables and other hard goods are crafted from solid walnut and maple, all from FSC-certified forests. They only use two kinds of filling: CertiPUR-US®-certified foam or natural Dunlop latex. All their fabrics are GOTS Certified, Greenguard Gold Certified, or Oeko-Tex 100 Certified, so you know you’re getting the best of the best and none of the rest. (Their finishes are non-toxic or bio-based too, safe for people and the planet!)


Best For | Modular pieces
Furniture Type | Sofas, tables, beds, shelves
Features | 95% made in the USA, nontoxic, eco-friendly sourcing
Price | $188 (side table)–$3023 (sofa with chaise)

FLOYD wants to fix the culture of disposability by creating meaningful design-forward pieces. The company offers simple, timeless pieces that are long-lasting and have intuitive assembly. The designs are also modular so you can easily opt for one of the company’s add-ons, like an under-bed storage unit or chaise for the sofa. Designed in Michigan and manufactured with partners across the US, FLOYD strives to implement environmentally responsible sourcing and its materials include nontoxic, stain-resistant fabrics and FSC Certified American walnut veneer.

6. What We Make

Best For | Reclaimed wood vanities
Furniture Type | Tables, seating, storage, beds, bathroom
Features | Made in the USA, reclaimed materials, nontoxic
Price | $495 (console)–$3495 (floating walnut vanity)

What We Make is a family-owned and -operated furnishing company that focuses on using reclaimed materials. Based in Chicago, it makes finely crafted pieces, from bars and benches to coffee tables and media consoles. It also shares details about the kind of wood used (like reclaimed oak, maple, and pine), where the wood is from (including Tennessee and Northern Ohio), and how old it is—sometimes as much as 100 years! Plus, the adhesives are VOC-free and the finishes use plant-based oils.

7. Appel

Best For | Custom color wood tables
Furniture Type | Desks, shelves, stands, dining and breakfast tables
Features | Made in the USA, natural materials
Price | $185 (side table)–$1598 (dining table)

Tyler and Lindsey Appel began Appel as a side hustle, and now they’ve sold more than 2,000 items across the country. Woodworking was originally a hobby of Tyler’s, and after quitting his stressful job, Appel has grown to be one of the most well-known furniture shops in Florida. Based in North Sarasota, the made-to-order furniture includes desks, shelves, and even iPad stands, all made with a distressed and vintage feel.

8. Modern Cre8ve

Best For | Midcentury Modern and Danish designs
Furniture Type | Dining tables, coffee tables, benches, beds
Features | Made in the USA, natural materials
Price | $843 (bench)–$13,650 (dining table)

Modern Cre8ve hails from Ohio and handcrafts furniture that’s both functional and timeless. The hardwood furniture is made with locally sourced hardwood lumber from Amish country and steel from the Cleveland area. We love the modern design infused with old-school wood, creating some of the most beautiful and eclectic furniture you’ve ever seen. Plus, the brand gives back too: a portion of profits are donated to Save the Children, so you’ll feel as stylish as you do impactful.

9. Greta De Parry

Best For | Contemporary stools
Furniture Type | Stools, bar carts
Features | Made in the USA, natural materials, woman-owned business
Price | $399 (stool)–$1999 (bar cart)

At The Good Trade, we get especially excited seeing women-owned businesses, and Greta de Parry is no exception. Winner of Best Furniture from Dwell Magazine, Greta handcrafts contemporary furniture with a functional purpose. With a background in Sculpture and Designed Objects, Greta is an expert woodworker who aims to go beyond the grain. Her stunning stools and bar carts, made with handcast concrete and solid steel, are sure to be conversation starters in your kitchen.

10. Crafts Manhattan

Best For | Concrete side tables
Furniture Type | Tables, end tables, nightstands
Features | Made in the USA, natural & sustainable materials
Price | $250 (side table)–$3400 (entryway table)

Don’t be thrown off by the name: Crafts Manhattan is actually based out of Los Angeles, CA. Between Patrick, Lex, and a three-generation family of manufacturers, they embrace everything it means to be a community. The line of end tables, nightstands, and dining tables embody contemporary and modern styles with a minimalistic twist. What we love most are the edge side tables, made with wood or concrete—each one is custom and unique.

11. Copeland

Best For | Furniture collections
Furniture Type | Collections for bedroom, living room, dining, and home office
Features | Made in the USA, natural & sustainable materials
Price | Inquire for pricing

Copeland isn’t only a furniture store—it’s also the largest employer in a little Vermont town. The sustainable wood furniture is inspired by the company’s natural Bradford, VT environment and comes within 500 miles of its factory. Whether you’re looking for a classic dining set or a modern home office desk, Copeland has the style and quality that you’re looking for. You can find the collections online, in stores, and through retailers like Wayfair. It truly embodies what it means to be American-made.

12. Egg Collective

Best For | Asymmetrical and unique designs
Furniture Type | Sofas & sectionals, chairs, stools, tables, desks, lighting, and mirrors
Features | Made in the USA, natural & sustainable materials
Price | Inquire for pricing

Started by three female designers in 2011, Egg Collective is a New York-based furniture and woodshop that combines natural materials like wood, stone, and metal into simple forms. Perhaps the most “millennial” of these brands, the style adds gold and geometric patterns to handcrafted furniture designed to withstand the test of time. All finishes are hand-applied, and if you want the piece to be uniquely you, Egg Collective offers customizations on certain products.

13. Inside Weather

Best For | Made-to-order modular seating
Furniture Type | Living room, dining room, bedroom, office
Features | Made-to-order, made in the USA, carbon-negative, biodegradable packaging, FSC certified options, 365 day home trial
Price | $655+ (customizable bar stool) – $13,965+ (customizable 6-seater sectional)

Inside Weather creates beautiful, made-to-order furniture designed to be personal, accessible, and sustainable. With a zero-inventory model, the company eliminates waste by only making what customers order. The North Carolina-based brand makes everything in-house and then delivers directly to your door (no markups from middlemen or overpriced materials!). They also use sustainable materials like upcycled plastic bottles, transforming them into modern couches. Partnering with the National Forest Foundation, every order made means a tree planted. Love that! 

14. Avocado

Best For | Reclaimed wooden bed frames
Furniture Type | Mattresses, bed frames, end tables, dressers
Features | Certified B Corp, FSC & GREENGUARD Gold certified, eco-friendly production, reclaimed & natural materials, made in the USA, gives back, Climate Neutral Certified
Price | $379 (accent table) – $3,699 (dresser)

TGT fave Avocado is our go-to for eco-friendly mattresses and cozy loungewear, so we were all in when we found out about their furniture. The certified B Corp offers reclaimed furniture, handmade in California and using 100% reclaimed wood that is free from chemicals and fire retardants. Avocado is climate neutral and uses certified renewable energy to power its production. Did we mention their designs are *chef’s kiss*? 

15. Loll Designs

Best For | Recycled outdoor furniture
Furniture Type | Outdoor sofas, tables, chairs, and planters
Features | Cradle to Cradle Certified BRONZE™, member of 1% for the planet, recycled materials
Price Range | $125 (seat cushion) – $6,185 (recycled outdoor seating bundle)

Loll Designs makes all-weather outdoor furniture and planters from partially recycled high-density polyethylenee— aka the most commonly used plastics in the US. Since 2005, the brand has recycled over 135 million single-use milk jugs and shampoo bottles to create their modern designs. Not only are these chic outdoor chairs, sofas, and tables made from recycled materials, but the pieces are designed to be recycled themselves. That’s right, no landfill waste here! Their goods are manufactured in Duluth, MN, with their parts sourced from all over the nation.

The featured image is from Maiden Home