If you haven’t been to High Point recently, you may not have seen Beverly Furniture, as they’ve only recently started showing here. In business for more than 60 years, they are as well known for their casegoods as their upholstery, and have a long-standing reputation for quality and customization. Size, shape, details, finish and fabric can all be tailored to your specifications. Plus, they can reproduce from a picture or interpret your ideas and create drawings for approval prior to production.
To give you an idea of just how much they can do, I am currently working with Beverly on a custom piece that will serve as both a traditional cocktail table and a game table. How? Take a turned-wood pedestal cocktail table with inlaid antiqued mirror, outfit it with a hydraulic lift, and it converts into a game table with a simple flip of a lever.
I have also had the pleasure of touring the Beverly Furniture facility and have seen sinuous sag free springs being attached to hardwood frames to be made into seating, right before my eyes. I can't stress enough how important it is for the designer and small retailer to understand how furniture is made so that we can educate the consumer. Take any chance you get to visit the factory that produces your goods!