WE ARE OBSESSED WITH QUALITY.
Our construction process is unmatched in its attention to detail. Each piece is inspected at every production stage and must pass the “sit test” before it leaves our plant. Our obsession with quality, our understanding of design and recognition that none of it matters if the piece is not comfortable set us apart.
Frames: Frames are bench-made in our factory from northern maple kiln-dried perfect wood. Corner blocked and double doweled for stability, our frames are built to last for generations.
Eight-Way Hand Tied Springs: Each piece of furniture incorporates eight-way hand tied springs in the seat. Different gauge coil springs are used in each piece to insure the correct sit and they are hand tied together with coated twine in eight different directions.
Fabric: Upon receipt, fabric is inspected and measured. It is cut by hand and matched out impeccably for each piece of furniture. Fabric is sewn carefully and impeccably with careful attention to fabric type and welting or trim details.
Upholstery: Sturdy webbing is interwoven on the base of every piece of furniture and steel back springs are added to the backs. Legs on all skirted pieces are upholstered and every piece is self-decked. Marshall units are used on all tight back pieces and larger arms. Tufted pieces are hand tufted creating a beautiful and soft finished product.
Outsiding: Final detail trims, nailhead and welts are applied with care once the piece is upholstered. Skirts are lined and hand sewn.
Cushions: Standard seats are spring down with ultracell. These consist of a marshall unit encased in high density ultracell foam that is inserted into a channeled envelope of down and feather. Standard backs are 10/90 down and feather. Upgraded cushion options include 25/75 down and feather and 50/50 white goose down, the ultimate plush cushioning.
Inspection: Upon completion each piece is inspected very carefully to insure it matches the customer’s specifications exactly and must pass our “sit test.” The legs are bubble wrapped and the piece is placed on a thin sheet of foam in a cardboard tray. A durable sheet of tissue is carefully wrapped around the piece before it is shrink-wrapped onto the tray and final carton is placed on top. All of this insures the greatest protection for the piece during shipment.