At our foundation, we are an American company. Everything we do is infused with the best this country has to offer in terms of history, craftsmanship, sustainability, innovation, and integrity.
Who we are is as important to us as what we build and sell. The following pages will showcase our products – but, hopefully, they will also provide a glimpse of the American spirit that lies at the heart of each piece we make.
Cambridge Mills was officially founded in the summer of 2010 but the company’s furniture roots reach back more than 150 years.
Cambridge Mills is the innovation of a group of experienced furniture manufacturing specialists, sales and marketing personnel, and furniture designers. It is an endeavor to create and distribute exquisitely designed bedroom and media products that are 100% American made, 100% solid wood, and offered at prices that today’s average consumer can actually afford. We founded Cambridge Mills on the belief that American made, high quality, solid wood furniture still had a place in today’s market.
This “new” company has over 500,000 square feet of state of the art manufacturing capacity in upstate New York. We harvest the solid Adirondack Cherry used in our products from our own 10,000 acre forest. We employ over 300 American craftspeople every day in our operations. Lastly, we have a more than 150 year history of making some of the finest furniture in the world and believe we compete with anyone, any country, and any time.
At the heart of Cambridge Mills lie our people. Our company exists because of the immense passion, skill, and dedication of the men and women who devote each day to creating beautiful furniture. We look after each piece as if it were going into our own homes. Together, we are committed to exceptional style, quality, and integrity. We take great pride in knowing that our products will be part of your life for generations. We hope you find this site informative and useful and I hope we have the chance to add to the beauty of your home. Thank you again for your support of Cambridge Mills and the American worker.