Vaughan Bassett Furniture

Vaughan Bassett Craftsmanship

Most of the furniture Vaughan-Bassett manufactures consists of wood solids and wood veneers grown and harvested in the Southeastern United States. Pine, oak, maple, cherry, ash, poplar, birch, and beech are the primary species used in Vaughan-Bassett’s bedroom collections. The company is committed to manufacturing its furniture in a responsible and environmentally friendly manner by contributing 150,000 tree seedlings in 2007 to the Virginia Department of Forestry. The planting of these 150,000 maple, oak, ash, pine, poplar, and applewood trees allows the replacement of every tree used in the production of the company’s bedroom suites. A state-of-the-art rough end system has also been installed in each of the factories to increase the lumber yield by over 20 percent, thereby significantly reducing the number of trees needed to produce furniture