Copeland Furniture

Company Website - www.copelandfurniture.com

Online Catalog

If you are looking for Copeland Furniture, the best place to do so is the Copeland Furniture Website. We use the manufacturer's website as our store catalog. Using the Copeland website you can browse their entire product line yourself.

If you have any questions or want to place an order we would be happy to assist you. Call (831) 462-3270.

Our Showroom

We have been selling Copeland Furniture in our store in Capitola California for over 10 years. We have a large display and stock many items for immediate delivery. We sell and deliver to the California Central Coast only.

Delivery and Set up

My name is Keith Wills. My wife Debra Lynn and I are Co-Owners of Hannah's. You can read more about us here. Anyway, back to delivery. It may sound unusual in today's world, but when you buy from Hannah's, I will personally deliver and assemble your furniture for you. Delivery is free on orders over $1000.00

My Guarantee

When you buy from Hannah's I personally inspect every piece of furniture that will be delivered to you. I take no shortcuts. I guarantee you won't find anyone who cares more about the furniture they sell or the satisfaction of their customer.

Prices

Give us a call at (831) 462-3270. I think you will be pleasantly surprised.

About Copeland Furniture

With a vision to create a family owned and operated enterprise, we set out in the early 1970's to make wood products from natural hardwoods. Initially, we made cider-presses for home and small-scale orchard use. From there our designs evolved into butcher-block kitchen furniture and Adirondack-style porch furniture, items that were functional and affordable for baby-boomers as they furnished their first homes.

During our many periods of growth, we have changed from a one-man operation in an old garage in East Corinth, VT to a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located on the banks of the Connecticut River in Bradford, VT. Using a combination of leading-edge computer technology and traditional craftsman technique, we have created an enterprise that is embedded in our local community, a place that provides a fulfilling work environment for the men and women who come to work here every day.

The continued evolution of our furniture designs has coincided with a resurgence of appreciation for designs from the Arts and Crafts, Mission, Shaker and Scandinavian movements. Today, our aesthetic continues to be strongly influenced by these creative movements as well as the surroundings here in Vermont.

Vermont's culture has historically placed a high value on preservation as witnessed in the many small villages dotted with architectural gems in the form of houses, libraries, and churches. These understated, well-designed structures inform our creative sensibilities each and everyday. Our furniture is best characterized as transitional, neither strictly contemporary nor traditional but rather a combination of elements that incorporate classic proportion with modern simplicity.

For 34 years, 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. So we strive to meet your expectations and make the best furniture we possibly can.

The year 2010 marks Copeland Furniture's 34th year of manufacturing furniture for the home. We are proud of our company's lasting commitment to quality, value and design integrity. Our promise to our customers is to build furniture with the best materials and workmanship available today; furniture that will be handed down for future generations to use daily and to enjoy its enduring beauty for years to come.

Copeland Furniture's natural hardwood furniture is made at our factory in Bradford, Vermont where we employ 100 people. We create original furniture designs inspired by our New England surroundings and key historic furniture design movements of the past, particularly Shaker, Mission and the Arts & Crafts styles.

We use traditional cabinetmaking techniques in our factory where maple, cherry and walnut lumber is cut, sanded, and hand-selected as part of the process to build our furniture. Our assembly team devotes special care and attention to insure that all the joinery is clean, flush and smooth to the touch. Copeland uses special construction techniques to compensate for the changes in moisture content that occur in solid hardwood furniture; wood can expand or contract based on air humidity levels. This is very important in drawer construction. We use adjustable wooden glides so that the drawers will open and close smoothly throughout the life of the furniture piece.