FAIRFIELD CHAIR CO
1331 Harper Ave. SW, Lenoir, NC 28645.
Traditional upholstery including specialty chairs, sectionals and sleepers.
6101 Knott Avenue
Buena Park, CA 90620
(714) 338-1170, Fax: (714) 338-1171
Home and office furniture, bedroom, dining room, casual dining, accents and occasional.
FAITH WALK DESIGNS
10825 Barely Lane, Suite D Houston, TX 77070
(800) 324-8405, Fax: (281) 469-7866
Feel good furniture that's fun ... romantic ... cozy." That's how they describe themselves. Welcome to Faith Walk Designs. They manufacture beautiful hand painted and heirloom finished furniture and accessories. Each collection is designed by artist, Mike Sandel and carefully recreated by trained artisans one piece at a time. All pieces are distressed and sanded to a comfortable soft worn look. They currently have over 100 wood components available in eight heirloom finishes and 12 hand painted lines. The new Master's Touch collection features hand painted Old World designs reminiscent of the English Garden, Oriental florals and European landscapes. Waterfalls, winding paths, fruit and tropical palms grace sturdy functional bombe' chests wrought iron framed mirrors tables and coordinating pieces.
945 Monument Drive
Lebanon, IN 46052
Specializing in unique ceiling fans, you will find nothing ordinary about Fanimation® products. From the Belt and Pulley driven ceiling fans inspired by designs from the New Orleans French Quarter, to units such as the Islander ® ceiling fan featuring real palm leaves, the Palisade™ with its vertical rotation and the Punkah™ fan with its side to side synchronized motion, everything at Fanimation® is a special creation. Over 25 years of ceiling fan design and manufacturing experience goes into every fan. Founder Tom Frampton put together his first belt driven ceiling fan in 1973 and continues to fill the niche for those who are looking for something truly different.
FASHION BED GROUP
5950 W. 51st St, Chicago, IL 60638.
(708)458-1800, Fax (800)753-0934
Fashion Bed Group makes beds, daybeds and accessories in brass, metal, iron, wicker and wood. Choose a brass plated bed for moderately priced value or solid brass bed for your next family heirloom. Their web site has very little on it, which is a real shame. This is one very nice company with great quality and great prices.
P.O. Box 5335 High Point, NC 27262 p. 336-434-3460, f. 336-434-4059
English Country and French Provincial antique-style furniture created in England. Fauld specializes in quality new furniture which has the look and feel of antiqued and aged fine furniture. Fauld is known for their chairs, tables, servers and huntboards, dressers and bookcases. However, they are also proud of their ability to produce custom size furniture to meet customers specifications.
FERGUSON COPELAND LTD
PO Box 10
Morganton, NC 28680
tel: (828) 584-0664
fax: (828) 584-0993
Traditional and transitional styled case goods and upholstery. Founded by ex-Henredon executives, the company was established to compete with the likes of Thomasville and Drexel Heritage. Ferguson Copeland is the perfect line for finding quality pieces that can be matched and coordinated to create your own unique style.
115 year old company known for its quality construction and its numerous finishes which are hand-applied. Wicker, rattan and pine in bedroom, dining room, casual dining, occasional, entertainment centers. What sets Ficks Reed apart is their quality construction and finishes. Ficks Reed is also a licensee of the Historic Newport collection of fine merchandise.
FINE ART LAMPS
5770 Miami Lakes Drive East
Miami, FL 33014
tel: (305) 821-3850
fax: (305) 821-1564
Designers and decorators have favorite companies they like to promote. It's usually because over the years they have come to trust the quality and service the company offers and know they aren't going to be surprised, and their customer probably won't be disappointed. Fine Art Lamps is one of those companies. The salesperson always know what to expect and knows their customer will be happy too.
Founded in 1941 by Jack Blumberg, Fine Art has a long history of craftsmanship and atistry. With almost 400,000 square feet of manufacturing and warehouse space, they remain one of the largest lighting companies in North America. They are also one of only a handful of accessory companies that can legitimately claim that all their products are made in America.
Fine Art Lamps has a historical commitment to high quality. All it takes is a few minutes of admiring the fabulous finishes on beautiful crafted forms of metal, glass and resin to appreciate the talented artisans who produce these fine works. Look for new designs to come out about every three months.
FINE FURNITURE DESIGN
1107 N Main St
High Point, NC 27262
Fax: (336) 883-2376
Fine Furniture has one of the best management and design teams in the business. Geoff Beaston, formerly one of the genuises behind Lexington's success went out on his own in early 2000 and started this company.
212 S. 14th Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Phone: (800) 407-9008 or (225) 408-8207
Fax: (225) 344-2974
A brilliant collection of lamps and chandeliers that combine functional art and design, courtesy of renowned New Orleans designer Paul Gruer. Flambeau unites sophisticated silhouettes with distressed finishes of gold and silver; transforming lamps into works of art.
PO Box 93507
Atlanta, GA 30377-0507
702 Russell Street, P.O. Box 65
Waldron, IN 46182
Phone: (765) 525-5265, Fax: (765) 525-5296
Flat Rock Furniture is a leading maker of hand crafted Appalachian furniture. Made in America by skilled craftsman they continue to lead in producing historic designs and new designs for collectors of this venerable American design. For over three hundred years Americans have constructed furniture from tree saplings. These naturally occurring small trees are stunted, from the shade of larger trees in the forest. They commonly are thirty to forty years old with diameters less than six inches. Abundant in supply, their dense wood is perfect for steaming and bending to create perhaps the strongest wood furniture made today. The choice specie of wood for this purpose is Hickory a dense and fibrous wood valued for its strength and durability. Known as nearly indestructible, Hickory Furniture has become prized by collectors who seek examples of early American hand crafts. Since 1986 Flat Rock Furniture has been the preferred maker of Hickory Furniture. Combining craftsmen and modern manufacturing techniques they create a superior quality rustic furniture. With renowned furniture designer Jim Peed they set the standard for rustic furniture design. By combining quality with classic rustic designs, their custom design service and Jim Peed's new designs, Flat Rock Furniture offers more choice and value than any competitors. Flat Rock Furniture is not only found in homes across America but in hotels, restaurants, resorts and private clubs throughout the world. Their broad range of designs, custom goods, fabrics and finish selections allow you to create a setting that is a pleasing, comfortable and a tasteful reflection of your style.
PO Box 877, Brunswick Industrial Block, Dubuque, IA 52001.
(319)556-7734, Fax (319)556-8345
Major manufacturer of stationary and motion upholstery. They produce just about every style from country to formal traditional. Designs include recliners, sleepers, sectionals, wing back chairs and loungers.
Florida Furniture Industries, Inc. went out of business in 2003. I understand from the Chamber of Commerce in Palatka, Florida where the factory was located, that Rooms To Go took over a lot of their inventory. Don't call Rooms To Go though asking for Florida Furniture, everything was simply absorbed into their company and I doubt anyone at a local store level would know what or who you were talking about.
Florida played an important role in the industry until they closed shop. It was chartered on August 1,1930 BY Howard L. Gardner, Sr., Fount H. Rion, Sr., and Charles M. Tanner, Jr. They started making cypress outdoor garden furniture including wooden benches, chairs, ornamental fencing and rose trellises. In 1933, with the great depression at its worst, garden furniture was considered a luxury by the consumer. About that time, because of poor sales of garden furniture, Florida Furniture converted the factory to production of kitchen, breakfast room, novelty tables, and chairs. Around 1936 they added bedroom furniture, and by 1942 the line consisted of bedroom, breakfast room, and dinette furniture. In 1942, production of furniture was sharply curtailed in order to devote production capacity to support the War effort. During this period Florida Furniture produced wooden parts for U.S. Coast Guard picket boats, and wooden machinery boxes and ammunition boxes for the U.S. Army.
After World War II the company began manufacturing only bedroom furniture and since that time Florida Furniture has been exclusively a bedroom case goods manufacturer and has become well known in the industry for all-wood construction in medium and low price ranges. At their height they employed about 700 in three manufacturing plants and sold to about 2,400 retail furniture stores, distributors, and rental companies in 40 states and Canada.
A division of Sharut, Furniture In Motion was developed to meet the ever-changing needs of tomorrow's consumer today. With Furniture in Motion™, Sharut takes their tradition of creating innovative contemporary home furniture solutions to a whole new level.