At Revolution Furnishings, “Pride of Craft” is a common refrain.
In the late 1980s, a New England family with roots in home building started making bedroom furniture for their local community. Word of mouth helped them grow, and what started in the family garage grew into a small manufacturing plant in New Hampshire. When many American furniture manufacturers closed their doors in the early 2000s, Revolution Furnishings stayed true to their roots and continued building quality, domestically made furniture using local talent.
Owners Greg and Megan Bettencourt take pride in their New England roots and their small team of skilled individuals in each corner of their business, from sales and operations to the artisans at every bench in the workshop. At their facility, “Pride of Craft” is a common refrain—pride in using local materials, building community and crafting beautiful pieces people can enjoy for years to come.
Revolution uses state-of-the-art CAD and CNC systems to reduce material waste as much as possible. When their craftspeople begin work, their human touches make all the difference in crafting pieces that stand the test of time. Along with reducing VOCs as much as possible, Revolution sources their wood from the nearby Appalachian, New England and Canadian forests where high-quality trees are selectively harvested and don’t need to travel far to reach their workshop.