We are proud of our bed and furniture collection — and are happy to say that almost all of our beds are made and finished by hand in the USA. Current trends, strong lines, and beautiful finishes — we look for distinctive pieces that will help you put your decor together.
Feel free to use our rooms and bedding ensembles as inspiration to plan your space. The right bed can make the room, so we edit our collection of beds, storage, and furniture to bring you pieces with which to create your own look (or recreate one of our signature decors).
The Kensington Iron Bed is one of our longest-running styles. Its details and finishes work well with any decor, modern eclectic to classic vintage — and the trundle option makes it a great choice for guest rooms and sleepovers. Over the years, we added the more stately Wheatland Iron Bed and the four-poster LaSalle Iron Bed — both elegant twists on traditional wooden designs that are worthy of master-suite status.
Our wooden beds range from the ultra-sleek and minimalist Portland Platform Bed, always a customer favorite, to the elegant turned shapes of the Tulip Wooden Bed and the classic cutouts of the Alistair Wooden Bed. For an option that melds traditional lines and finials with the contemporary stature of a platform, we recommend the Windsor Wooden Bed.
The only bed that’s not made entirely in the USA is the Swedish Wooden Bed — and it’s absolutely beautiful. It’s made in Mexico, and hand-finished in the USA. This bed blends traditional Scandinavian design elements with rich vintage-inspired details like gracefully turned finials and antiqued distressed finishes.
There’s nothing like plush loft and fabulous fabric to soften the look and make the bed appear as inviting as the bedding. We chose the Hubbard Tufted Upholstered Bed and the Fairbanks Upholstered Bed for their gentle curved shapes and hand-applied nailhead detailing.