The Essentials Farmhouse Dining Table comes from a series of occasional tables, dining tables, desks and chair in classic mid-century modern styling. Essentials Tables and Chair utilize recovered wood, including a range of size, natural markings and coloration, resulting in solid hardwood surfaces with significant character and interest. A special offering, the Essentials Tables and Chair both celebrate the character and uniqueness of each tree and demonstrate Copeland Furniture’s ongoing commitment to environmental sustainability. The Essentials Tables and Desk feature steel hairpin legs with brushed nickel finish or wood legs. Chair legs and spindles are brushed aluminum.
The Essentials Farm Table features seared Ash hardwood legs. The Essentials Farm Bench is crafted in solid American black walnut and features seared Ash hardwood legs.
Copeland Furniture began in 1976 after Tim Copeland left his job in wholesale lumber sales and began to build products, on contract, for Gardenway Research, a mail order catalog. Originally named T. Copeland & Sons, the company began as a one man operation located in a small garage on family property in South Corinth, Vermont.
While it presents many challenges, there are still certain competitive advantage in domestic manufacturing. The people who build Copeland Furniture are our friends and neighbors. They can relate to the products they build. They take great pride in their jobs and it shows in their workmanship. Our employees work under an incentive program that rewards quality. All employees are empowered to refuse anything that comes to them that is not of acceptable quality. We stand behind our products. If we ship something that isn’t quite right or if it’s damaged in transit, we’ll make sure that your customer gets a perfect product. If it can’t be fixed we’ll make a new one to replace it. Proximity to our customers and Made-To-Order production allows us to offer shortened lead times and choices in knobs, pulls, and finishes.