Charleston Forge - Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Charleston Forge - Monday, May 09, 2016
Charleston Forge is popping up in Starbucks locations all over the US and even worldwide. This store, opening in the heart of Atlanta's Midtown neighborhood, is unique in many ways. Here is a clip from Starbuck's blog announcing the location:
"On the corner Peachtree Street and 7th Avenue, in the heart of Atlanta’s Midtown neighborhood, Starbucks is offering some of the world’s most rare, small-lot coffees through its exclusive Starbucks Reserve coffee program.
“We wanted to celebrate Starbucks Reserve and create an immersive coffee experience for our customers in Atlanta,” said store designer Geoffrey Painter.
The store takes inspiration from Starbucks Roastery and Tasting Room in Seattle, with an atmosphere that invites customers to sit down and stay a while. Customers can pull up a stool at the end of the 20-foot coffee bar and experience a range of brewing techniques including siphon, Chemex, pour-over, espresso, and Clover."
We are very proud to be a part of this sophisticated store. Thank you to Starbucks for supporting American Made! If you are in the Atlanta area, enjoy a Starbucks reserve coffee and have a seat at the Charleston Forge Community Table.
See more on Starbuck's blog here...http://bit.ly/24GxUdy
Charleston Forge - Monday, April 25, 2016
We discovered some of our benches in GreatHorse Country Club in Hampden, Massachusetts. This country club is beautiful and we are honored to have some of our pieces chosen by their interior designers. Thank you to GreatHorse and their designers, who obviously support quality American made products.
Charleston Forge - Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Fusion Glass crates a contemporary and visually stunning design in furniture; also it is durable and easy to clean. After cooling down, the pieces are then permanently joined together. Fusion glass is crafted by the laminated together four pieces of ultra-clear glass and polishing down the edges. At certain temperatures, glass tends to melt. When two or more separate pieces are placed together inside a hot kiln, these pieces soften and then meld together.
Facet Glass is created by laminating a ½” sheet of glass between two even thinner pieces and making a single 5/8” thick sheet. Once the three pieces are joined, the middle sheet is intentionally shattered with a precise blow. The crackled effect makes a stunning, three dimensional effect allowing the shards of glass to catch the light from every angle.
Cast glass is exactly what its name suggests — glass that when molten was poured into a mold and allowed to cool slowly and solidify. The end result is that each top is a one-of-a-kind piece of art featuring a unique mixture of swirls and ripples both on the surface as well as inside the glass itself. Bubbles, as well as areas of varying opacity and cloudiness and even tint, are also abundant inside the 1-inch thick tops.
The result is that while all tops share a basic look, no two are alike and may vary from each other significantly.
Like the hand-hammered steel used in many of our table bases, their organic nature means they catch the light far more and thus vary in appearance as lighting conditions and direction change.
Charleston Forge - Tuesday, February 23, 2016
The Edison Console features a uniquely distressed wood top sitting on an industrial - looking solid steel base. The Edison Console is so named because the top is made of floor planking that was recovered from one of Thomas Edison's factories when he was the owner of the Wisconsin Chair Company in New London, WI. The texture comes from years of foot traffic that ground steel slivers into the surface giving it a truly unique look. The lower shelf is metal and will take the same finish as that chosen for the base itself. It is available for a limited time only.
Norris Furniture & Interiors our of Fort Myers, Florida has graciously donated a Charleston Forge Edison Console to the Edison Ford Museum located in their hometown of Fort Myers. It is on display at the museum and we think it is a perfect 'home' for the table. We want to thank Norris Furniture and Interiors not only for appreciating the historical significance of this piece, but making sure others can enjoy and appreciate it as well.
See more on the Edison Ford Museum on their website, HERE.
Charleston Forge - Tuesday, December 08, 2015
We are proud to have a highlight in such a quality magazine as Interiors.
Available on newsstands now or view the online edition here
Charleston Forge - Friday, September 25, 2015
Charleston Forge - Thursday, September 24, 2015
Charleston Forge - Tuesday, August 11, 2015
The elegance of handmade.
Handmade in North Carolina.
Shaping solid steel hotter than 1,400 degrees.
Three-quarter inch thick glass tops.
Hand-planed solid wood.
A beautiful combination of materials.
Perfect scale, perfect function...
Our Charleston Forge Drink tables create cozy intimate spaces in your favorite room. Cheers.
#1 Nash Drink Table
#2 Cooper Drink Table
#3 Cascade Drink Table
#4 Carolina Nesting Tables
#5 Woodland Drink Table
Charleston Forge - Tuesday, July 07, 2015
Summer Factory Tours at Charleston Forge...See our Furniture Made by Hand!
Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains is the small town of Boone, NC where Charleston Forge has spent the last 30 years forging and crafting by hand quality, American Made furniture. We are now opening our doors to the public and inviting you to visit us for a special guided tour of our 100,000 square foot factory. See our blacksmiths, welders, painters as they craft each piece of furniture by hand. See the final product as it is assembled, boxed and prepared for shipping.
Don't miss our Outlet where we have one of a kind pieces, discontinued items, prototypes and custom designs, discounted and available for purchase.
Tours are every Monday and Wednesday @ 10:00. As a reminder, please:
To schedule a tour time or to find out more information, contact Janet or James at (800) 331-7025 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wear closed-toed shoes for safety
- Eye protection will be provided
- Call us for a reservation, as space is limited for each tour