At University Loft Company, we still believe that “Made in America” is important when purchasing college furniture products; that’s why our solid wood college dorm room furniture is built in the American heartland, right here in Greenfield, Indiana. Not only do we think that “Made in America” matters just on principle; we think it makes economic sense because our American manufacturing facilities – the one in Greenfield and our fabrics plant in Tennessee – produce superior quality products designed to last.
Our American-made college student furniture, for example, is made from solid wood. And not just any solid wood, either. University Loft’s college dorm room furniture is made from Environmentally Farmed Timber that is stronger than Northern Red Oak. In other words, our American-made quality story begins with better hardwood stock. Once in our American manufacturing facilities, University Loft’s skilled furniture craftspersons use the latest technology and state-of-the-art furniture joining techniques (like mortise and tenon chair frame connections and English dovetail joints in our desk and dresser drawers) to turn that hardwood into college dorm room furniture built to take whatever students in the dorm room can dish out.
Stronger hardwood components, assembled in America by expert craftspersons using superior manufacturing processes. That’s the University Loft way. That’s the American Way!
The ULoft Blog Team
About University Loft Company and our solid wood modular residence life furniture:
Since 1984, when James Jannetides built a loft configuration for his own dorm room at Southern Illinois University, hundreds of thousands of college students have enjoyed better campus living thanks to University Loft furniture. Today, University Loft serves more than 1,200 colleges, universities and related student housing partners with superior college furniture. As Jannetides’ says: “We are always learning, always innovating, and always improving … our environment, our products, and our service. We are University Loft Company.”