Way up in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, about an hour or so south of the Canadian border, there’s a little town called Whitefield.
It’s the kind of place where you still see bunting on the town square bandstand on the 4th of July. Where the winters are cold and hard and beautiful. Where pretty much everyone knows how to change a tire and would stop to help you if you didn’t.
In this little town of Whitefield, you’ll find an old factory where craftsmen make the kind of furniture that stays in the family for generations. Simply designed and crafted with expert hands - it’s furniture made the way things were made back when quality still mattered.
If you’re ever up in our neck of the woods, we’d be happy to show you around. You can even try a cup of Janine’s coffee - if you dare. We’re easy enough to find – we’re just off Main on Brown Street.