In an age of flimsy, low-cost goods mass-produced in factories halfway across the world, high-quality furniture that lasts for generations is harder and harder to come by. Much of the furniture produced a century ago using time-tested techniques is still around, while tables, beds and shelving made in the ’80s and ’90s has already fallen apart. One company keeping the tradition of handcrafted furniture alive is American Eco Furniture, which offers an array of options in solid Eastern White Pine.
Storage cabinets, sideboards, hutches, and traditional pie safes with hand-punched tin doors ‘made in the USA from seed to finished product.’ They’re available in a variety of stains as well as paint colors ranging from seafood and celery to mango and cranberry.
All of American Eco Furniture’s Eastern White Pine options are made of solid kiln-dried pine responsibly grown and harvested in the Great Lakes region. Free of pressed wood, MDF, veneers and particle board, this is heirloom-quality furniture that’s made to order for each individual customer.
American Eco Furniture uses recycled, reclaimed and repurposed materials when possible, and is dedicated to fair labor practices as well as sustainable forestry. See the whole range at AmericanEcoFurniture.com.