Where do you need to go if you want to get some Zzzs made in America? If you’ve wondered about finding beds made in the United States, then wonder no more. In this article I’m going to be presenting you with three options to choose from. Each company is well-known for its craftsmanship. You’ll be falling fast asleep in no time!
Which Companies Sell Beds Made in the United States (The Short Answer)
I’ve spent a bit of time looking around, and I’ve managed to find three companies that produce beds in the United States. The three companies I found are: La-Z-Boy, Vaughan-Bassett, and Floyd.
A List of American-Made Beds (Three Brands to Choose From)
Let’s examine each of these companies in more detail.
La-Z-Boy is one of the most well-known furniture brands in America; in fact, the name is almost synonymous with recliners! It’s also a very large company— employing more than 11,000 people. La-Z-Boy was founded in 1927 by Edward M. Knabusch and Edwin J. Shoemaker. The company’s name is the result of a contest that was held to name its first product—a mechanical reclining chair.
It wasn’t until 1969 that La-Z-Boy expanded beyond recliners into other kinds of furniture. These days, despite being most closely associated with the recliners that launched the firm to the top of the market, La-Z-Boy manufactures a whole host of furniture, including sofas, loveseats, chairs, and beds!
La-Z-Boy is headquartered in Monroe, Michigan. Although it does not produce all of its products in America, I have been able to find numerous sources which confirm that it does produce the vast majority of products in Dayton, Tennessee; Siloam Springs, Arkansas; and Neosho, Missouri, so as long as you are actually in the United States when you purchase from them, you shouldn’t worry about receiving something that was made abroad.
Here are some of the beds that the company produces:
Unlike La-Z-Boy, this company specifically specializes in bedroom furniture. Vaughan-Bassett was founded in 1919; its name is a hyphenation of the names of its founders: B.C. Vaughan and J. D. Basset, Sr. The company was founded in Bassett, Virginia, but is headquartered today in Galax, Virginia.
If you want furniture you can be certain is produced in the United States, it’s hard to beat Vaughan-Bassett. The “About Us” section on its website proudly proclaims that 100% of its furniture is manufactured in the United States—no ifs, ands, or buts about it.
Vaughan-Bassett is a pretty small company, only employing about 700 people.
Here are a few of the American-made beds that the company produces. I’ve chosen these because they represent a range of styles. You can definitely get a good sense of what the style is!
Out of the three companies I’ve gathered here, Floyd is my favorite. In a world with far too little climate action, Floyd declared in 2022 that it is committed to achieving a carbon-neutral business model, and the company is currently awaiting its Carbon Neutral certification by Climate Neutral.
Floyd’s ambitions do not stop there. It has pledged to ensure that, by 2025, 70% of the materials for its products will be from recycled or renewable sources. It has also committed to using 100% FSC-certified wood. FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certification is an evaluation and declaration that the wood in question has been harvested from a sustainably managed forest.
Floyd is committed to transparency, as well. It has announced that it will measure and disclose all CO2 emissions across its supply chain by 2025.