Klaussner Furniture

 Acquisition & Strategic Growth

Klaussner was established in 1963 by Stuart Love and was initially called Stuart Furniture Industries. In 1979, Hans Klaussner purchased the company and changed the name to Klaussner Home Furnishings. Since then, the company has used strategic acquisitions, relationships with key domestic and overseas partners, and state-of-the-art operations to establish itself as a furniture powerhouse capable of providing high-quality, custom-ordered furniture.

Klaussner has even tapped into popular culture, offering several exclusive lines, including licensed lifestyle collections like the Trisha Yearwood Home Collection, to bolster its reputation as a trusted retailer. 

Committed to Quality

Klaussner manufactures over 70% of its furniture domestically via one of five manufacturing facilities in Asheboro, North Carolina, which also serves as the company headquarters. 

Klaussner's commitment to providing high-quality furniture has been a long-standing characteristic of the brand. Klaussner furniture undergoes a meticulous inspection before a sale. Klaussner sources some of its leather, upholstery, and other materials internationally to ensure the best quality. Blended materials that reduce weight, sturdy frames, and reinforced steel springs are just a few examples of the attention to detail that goes into Klaussner furniture. 

Living, Dining, & Bedroom Collections

Klaussner's furniture primarily focuses on living, dining, and bedroom furniture and offers various pieces and sets. Examples include reclining furniture, sofas and sectionals, accent chairs, beds, occasional tables, and specialty bedding. Shoppers can find rustic and refined ensembles for the main rooms in the house and custom-order fabrics, cushions, and finishes.

Klaussner's diverse catalog has everything from the contemporary to the traditional, ensuring there's something for every taste and decor style. 

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