Thomasville Furniture, especially their cabinetry, has been helping turn fine homes into spectacular homes since 1904. From their headquarters in Thomasville, North Carolina, they originally offered just one product - a chair, the "Thomasville Chair". The success and customer adoration lavished on the "Thomasville Chair" lead to many more unique and glorious pieces. Today, Thomasville creates all manner of home furnishings, accessories and cabinetry for the delight of everyone in the Chicago area and beyond.
Thomasville may be rooted in tradition, don't think that their style is stuck in the past, even though the company has deep historical roots. Thomasville's designers have worked hard to remain true to their legacy, but at the same time maintain a smart eye on the furniture trends of the day. The fact that they're still in business after a century is a testament to the talented craftsmen who set the tone for the companies successful business. No matter what piece you purchase, when you see the Thomasville logo on furniture, you can be certain that it has been made to Thomasville's strict standards of quality in materials and craftsmanship.
All Thomasville products are manufactured with two core values in mind: innovation and quality. Furniture made to live-in, and to last. Each piece also has its own unique character. When you visit any of the Walter E. Smithe showrooms, you will instantly see that all Thomasville pieces have a distinctive grain of the finished wood. Nature marks each tree with its own character, creating the markings and patterns seen in wood solids and veneers. Each type of wood has its own distinct characteristics and presents different challenges to the craftsman at Thomasville. This isn't simply furniture falling off an assembly line, but one-of-a-kind pieces with heart and soul. Please come into any one of our locations, in Arlington Heights, Geneva, Glendale Heights, Lincoln Park, Lincolnshire, Merrillville, Naperville, Oak Brook, Orland Park, Skokie, or Vernon Hills, to see Thomasville Furniture exquisite pieces first-hand.