The Frank Lloyd Wright collection by Copeland Furniture brings to life Frank Lloyd Wright's designs in FSC-certified, local wood with the best of green materials and workmanship. Using state-of-the-art technology, these heirloom-quality pieces are beautiful and unique.
Copeland Furniture has been creating beautiful, quality and long lasting pieces of furniture in Vermont for over 32 years. From their beginnings as a one-man operation in an old garage, they now boast a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility that respects the environment and uses well trained craftsmen. They use the best, green materials and workmanship available, meaning their furniture will be handed down for future generations for years to come. Their designs are strongly influenced by the Arts & Crafts, Mission, Shaker and Scandinavian movements, as well as local influence from the surroundings of Vermont.
Copeland has an exclusive license to build the furniture designs of Frank Lloyd Wright, a collection of furnishings created by America's preeminent architect. Beginning with Wright's original designs and measurements, traditional craftsmen combine solid FSC certified local hardwood and superior upholstery with state-of-the-art technology to bring over 20 timeless designs to life.
Pictured above, from left to right:
- Taliesin Barrel Chair: Featured in Wright's own residence in Spring Green, Wisconsin, this chair is compact, unique, and can be used at a dining table or as a standalone piece.
- The Ingalls Bed: The Ingalls Bed was originally designed as a twin, but now exists as a Queen, King, and California King.
- Boynton Hall Table: Originally used as a dining side piece in the E.E. Boynton House in Rochester, New York, this hall table is piece of Wright's Prairie designs.
- The Francis Little Desk: An executive desk adapted from a library table at the Frances Little House in Peoria, Illinois, updated with a pull out keyboard tray and file drawers.
- Robie Tabouret: The versatile Robie Tabouret can be used as a seat, tea table, or footstool. Also another example of Wright's Prairie designs.
Ways in which Copeland respects the environment in each piece of furniture they make:
- Use sustainably harvested hardwoods from the American Northern Forest, among the healthiest forests in the world, which are actually growing in terms of standing biomass.
- All lumber comes from within 500 miles of their factory.
- FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified.
- Work with the SmartWood program of the Rainforest Alliance, which requires members to work only with suppliers who can certify that the wood they sell comes from forests that are not threatened, do not have high conservation significance and do not contain genetically modified trees.