We offer bedroom furniture from Vaughan-Bassett Furniture, an environmentally friendly wood furniture manufacturer.
If you are looking for American-made furniture from a company that takes our nation’s environment seriously, consider the Vaughan-Basset Furniture we have on display here at Gibson Brothers Furniture Inc. They utilize the services of 700 American craftsmen in the creation of timeless furniture pieces and they replace every tree used to make their furniture for the ultimate in sustainability – more than 1 million trees thus far! We carry their furniture for bedrooms for both adults and children because we have seen that this company that originated in 1919 manufactures quality products that you can pass down from one generation to the next.
Vaughan-Bassett Furniture is created from wood solids and wood veneers that were grown near their plants. Nearly all lumber comes from within 500 miles and 80 percent is within 200 miles. This practice cuts down on transportation costs and the impact that shipping long distances has on the environment. They utilize such wood species as birch, ash, pine, beech, cherry, oak, popular, and maple for exceptional beauty and durability. In their 100 years in business, they have proudly depended on American employees to become the largest manufacturer in the country of wood adult bedroom furniture.
Another thing unique about the Vaughan-Bassett Furniture company is their investment in increasing lumber yield so that less trees are needed to produce their furniture. They have increased yield by more than 20 percent.
You can feel good about the Vaughan-Bassett Furniture you choose for your Lake Norman, North Carolina home and have the knowledge that because it is well built, you won’t need to buy several replacement pieces over the years that end up in the landfill. Stop by our showroom today to see the pieces we offer from this company on display.
At Gibson Brothers Furniture Inc., we offer Vaughan-Bassett furniture to those in the Lake Norman area, including Mooresville, Kannapolis, Concord, Troutman, Sherrills Ford, Denver, Salisbury, Statesville, Cornelius, Landis, and China Grove, North Carolina.