Copeland Furniture is one of Vermont’s most recognizable high-end furniture brands. Since 1976, Tim Copeland and his family have been building a reputation for world-class furniture in a variety of crisp, clean designs.
Based in Bradford, Vermont, Copeland specializes in mid-century modern wood furniture. In their own words, Copeland calls their furniture “transitional. Neither strictly contemporary nor traditional but rather a combination of elements that incorporate classic proportion with modern simplicity.
"Since the beginning, Copeland Furniture has sought to stay loyal to its mission to produce furniture for discerning consumers who have an appreciation for good design, quality, and value. We have also worked hard to stay loyal to the New England tradition of quality craftsmanship. Our work ethic embraces the belief that continuous improvement is ultimately what best serves the customer. We strive to meet your expectations and make the best furniture we possibly can."
The Copeland Furniture factory is powered partially by a large solar field and is home to ~100 full-time employees and lots of modern machinery.
Unlike our other workshops, Copeland Furniture does not entertain customizations to their designs. However, this allows them to further standardize their processes and minimize lead times. Copeland offers several of their designs as Quick-Ship items, meaning they’ll ship within 1-3 weeks- a significantly shorter lead time than typical made-to-order furniture.
In addition to the stain options available on different woods, Copeland offers two versions of its’ post-catalyzed conversion varnish: the standard option as well as a low sheen option. Contact us to learn more about Copeland’s wood finishes or order samples below.
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