Owned and operated by the Parker family since 1962, Temple Furniture has flourished into a third generation manufacturing company where building quality furniture is not only their passion, but their way of life. Upholding the same principles instilled in them by their forefathers, the Parkers pride themselves on providing their customers with superior furniture at a valued price. Each piece is hand-built by skilled craftsmen who devote the utmost care and attention to their work. This level of dedication ensures the kind of quality and individuality that cannot be achieved through rushed mass production.
The Tailor Made DYO (Design Your Own) Collection allows you to design a wide variety of styles to be expertly hand-crafted by our artisan builders. Choose your own seat depth, welt, back height, back type, arm type, and base. Select from over 42 options for a possibility of over 87,000 unique combinations!
Elran designs comfortable, timeless products that reflect the very latest trends in comfort and lifestyle features. Constantly evolving and at the leading edge of technological innovation, Elran continues to fine-tune its reclining mechanisms and offer a terrific range of flexible styles and options. Motion furniture has changed a great deal over the years. Today, recliners fit right in with the way we define comfort and lifestyle.
The Art of Options
Penn Dutch Furniture offers you the opportunity to customize your Elran Upholstery Furniture through the versatile 7000 series. Choose your own arm type, seat type, back type, and materials such as fabrics, leathers, and nailheads to create your very own piece of furniture. Configure your product just the way you want it for your desired space.
Norwalk Furniture Company proudly manufactures high quality custom upholstery in Norwalk, Ohio. Located halfway between Detroit and Cleveland on Lake Erie, we benefit from a tradition of family farming and manufacturing that has long supported the automobile and related industries. We are people who like to “make things” and we are especially proud to be a part of the current “maker movement” in America.