Charleston Forge - Thursday, October 10, 2013
Andy and Ernie, seen here in the forge, put the final touches on the new Charleston Forge sign, which will be highlighted in our showroom at the High Point Furniture Market October 19-24th.
We will follow up with a photo of the finished showroom very soon!
The World's Home for Home Furnishings
The High Point Market is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, bringing more than 75,000 people to High Point every six months. Serious retail home furnishings buyers can be found in High Point twice a year because if you can’t find it in High Point…it probably doesn't exist.
- 180 Buildings
- 11.5 Million Square Feet of Showspace
- 75,000 Attendees Each Market
- More Than 2000 Exhibitors
- 100+ Countries Represented
- Tens of Thousands of New Product Introductions
- Approximately 10% of Attendees Are International
Charleston Forge - Monday, October 07, 2013
Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. - Albert Camus
Very little compares to the colors of Autumn, waiting for those few days where the color is the ripest is a thrill for the nature lover. The fall color hasn't quite peaked here in the Blue Ridge mountains, Photographer Rusty Alberton's is sharing with his photos taken recently in Arizona, where fall is in full bloom. Enjoy!
Philip Holman - Thursday, October 18, 2012
The High Point Showroom
is always an exciting time — and this market was certainly no
exception. Right from the start our new collections have been getting
great responses from dealers, designers, and end-consumers alike.
feedback and their strong showing at market just reinforces our
belief that we continue to head in the right direction. Here are a few
images of our showroom at Market Square - we hope you enjoy seeing them as much as we do
putting all this together.
Market Square Space 110-A
The Ethos Cocktail Table (center) and the Carolina Nesting Tables (left).
The Roundabout Cocktail and End Tables (center), the Ellipse Cocktail Table (right),
and the Carson Mirror (center back).
The Newhart Collection, including the new Cocktail Table (foreground),
the new End Table (right) and the Large Console (back).
The Matrix Collection, clockwise from left are, the Cocktail Table, the End Table,
the Console, and the new Bench.
The Ethos End Table (left) and the Ethos Console.
Available as part of our new Separate & Together Program are, clockwise from left,
the Ventura, Euro, Camino, and Providence 36” Dining Tables.
Art Barber - Friday, September 07, 2012
Our Monarch 60-inch Bench with our Burnished Iron frame and Bark fabric.
A beautiful combination we
thought you might like to see.
Please share us with your friends.
Art Barber - Thursday, September 06, 2012
Another batch of gorgeous Wormy Maple table tops headed for the finish line.
Our Watson Collection is what Charleston Forge is all about.
We make high-quality furniture, and we make it here in the United States.
We hand forge and build our frames using domestically made solid steel.
The tops are made to order, using 2¼-inch thick solid Wormy Maple.
We hand stain and finish the tops right here in our Boone, North Carolina factory.
It's a multi-step process that brings out the true beauty of the wood.
The result? We think the product speaks for itself. See for yourself.
Art Barber - Tuesday, September 04, 2012
We thought you'd enjoy seeing some of the new introductions to our line.
Clean lines, solid steel. We think the furniture speaks for itself.
Philip Holman - Wednesday, August 15, 2012
A New Take On A True Favorite
The Ventura Small Dining Table base with a 48" glass top.
We like to think it speaks for itself.
Tell us what
you think, either here or on Facebook.
Tara Jackson - Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Slide #3 features the Oxford Bed in a nautically themed room in a designers vacation home in Massachusetts.
Just ask for the Charleston Forge Oxford Bed.
Tara Jackson - Monday, July 23, 2012
Interested in this piece? Contact Charleston Forge for pricing Information at info@Charlestonforge.com or 828.264.0100
Remember, Charleston Forge LOVES to customize. Have an idea for a piece of furniture you want built? We can do it. And we do it "Made in America" style.
Tara Jackson - Monday, July 16, 2012
It's our passion every day to fill orders, speak with designers and customers, and build customs to fit clients wants and needs, right here in America... and we love every minute of it. What can we create for you?
Shown below is a cool cocktail table prototype that came off the line a few weeks ago. If you can dream it in metal we can do it.