Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams have truly revolutionized the American furniture industry. Mitchell calls their construction practices “the perfect mix” for comfort and we couldn’t agree more! Frames are made of engineered kiln dried hardwood with sturdy double doweled, wood-glued corners and 8-gauge steel serpentine springs. Standard cushions are resilient, high-density foam wrapped in a poly fiber then enclosed in a down proof fabric. Structural integrity, fit and finish and a careful marriage of frame and cushion create this perfect mix. Plus, MG+BW is a member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council and industry leaders in eco-friendly manufacturing practices.
Rowe started as a vision of two men in Virginia 70 years ago and has developed into one of the world’s most respected domestic custom upholstery manufacturers. Rowe has not just been a part of history, but we have gained valuable experience from it. For over the past 70 years and for many years to come, Rowe has earned the trust and has inspired millions of customers.
We are committed to eco-friendly manufacturing. Rowe has been an innovator, a visionary, and a company committed to listening to our customers and adapting to their needs. All of which means that when you buy Rowe, you’re not just buying furniture. You’re buying the collective experience that can only be gained from selling and listening to customers for 70 satisfied years. We understand that you purchase what inspires you and require a quality product for your family and home.
Robin Bruce curates quality and responsibly manufactured upholstered collections for the décor enthusiast. Clean lines with unique details. Classic curves combined with contemporary touches. Brand attributes: creative, expressive, inspired, cosmopolitan, and eclectic, Robin Bruce is attractive to those not afraid to share a strong point of view and infuse their home with personality and soul.
Using green materials and building methods, each unique piece of Robin Bruce furniture is built with pride by local craftspeople in Elliston, Virginia. Robin Bruce is often referred to as a value discovery among the design community.