228 St Louis Furniture and Accessories Manufacturers, Showrooms and Retailers
- St. LousMO63104
I looked down at the jumble of objects in the cardboard box and there it was—a true treasure. A clear glass Scottie dog candy container. The box had a sign: 10 cents each. My treasure was just 10 cents. I couldn’t believe it. I showed it to my Mom, proudly displaying my find. I was 12 years old and had just checked out a book on collectible glass candy containers from our local library. I knew it was worth at least 10 dollars. It made my head spin to think of the value of my find, which actually had more to do with the word find than the word value. I still get that same rush when I find a treasure today. It is thrilling to find something that is worth more than the price you pay for that object. But, for me, the real joy is in the process. That constant search for treasure and discovery…the find. After my first brush with finding treasure beyond my usual rock, or shell, or something off of the ground, I was hooked. I begged to go to every antique store, junk shop, and garage sale that we came upon. I still search for great objects at every possible turn, be it a shop, auction, estate sale, antique mall or show, or better yet that remote town in Belgium with a great monthly antique market. The thrill of the find is still here, alive and well, but has been joined with the sheer pleasure of holding that object and appreciating it for its beauty and uniqueness. I still do a few antique shows each year and also now have a shop. The shop gives me the pleasure of placing objects in room like settings and seeing how they interact with each other. There is so much more to something than just it’s worth. Each object has its own past, yet has more of a story to tell. I am drawn to objects that are unique and have a certain sense about them that sets them apart from more traditional antiques. The furniture, artwork, and objects in a house and a garden should constantly inspire and give pleasure to the homeowner and reflect their interests and passions. I know living with antiques has influenced me in everything from where I travel to how I think of the past and of my future. I am so glad someone in the 1930s decided a glass Scottie dog would make an excellent way to sell more candy to kids. It certainly inspired this kid in the 1970’s to begin his passion. That’s a true treasure.
- 2101 East Terra Lane OfallonMO63366
Rothman Furniture has been family owned and operated since 1927, providing our customers with quality furnishings and faithful service. We're also proud to be a good neighbor by supporting a variety of worthwhile charitable and community organizations. Please visit our beautiful showrooms and allow us to help make your home more enjoyable.
- Saint LouisMO63130
Our mission here at Loop Living Furniture is to stay on the cutting edge of decorating trends by constantly searching for new furniture that is both stylish and practical. We provide a foundation to help you make the most of your space. Store hours: Monday- Thursday 11-7pm Friday-Saturday 11-8pm Sunday 12-7pm
- St. LouisMO63109
Jose Gomez has been creating and hand fabricating the finest designs in furniture for over 20 years. Originally from the beautiful country of Honduras, Jose acquired his skill working with some of the finest craftsmen in his country. He then took his knowledge and moved to Miami Florida where he quickly gained a reputation for his excellent craftsmanship and attention to detail. Julio Iglesias, and Miss universe Cecilia Bolocco were among Jose's most notable and demanding clientele. In 1985 Jose moved to Saint Louis and established his current residential and commercial custom furniture and reupholstery business. In Saint Louis, Jose has gained a successful retail client base and works with a select collection of talented interior designers.
Maplewood Galleries is a carefully selected group of seven people who all have previous experience in Antiques, Interior Design and Commercial Businesses. This aspect allows our Gallery to serve as the "New Antique Mall" with fewer Dealers, a consistent point of view that transcends from Traditional to Modern, Antiques to contemporary and also find very unique one of a kind antique objects. This allows our customers to have a wonderful selection of merchandise that fits every style, and with personalized service from a knowledgeable staff.
- Saint LouisMO63117
When Expressions Furniture opened its doors in 1987, it was the premier custom furniture store in St. Louis. Twenty-five years later, it is still a fixture in the St. Louis community with a solid reputation as one of the best places to shop for furniture. Whether you are looking for one special piece, furnishing a room, or even an entire home, Expressions is the perfect destination! Our professional designers, along with the endless array of options that we offer, create the perfect opportunity to express your individual style. The furniture we design is made just for you, so we can help create a look that is entirely unique and truly your own. Expressions Furniture is a locally-owned, family business and we are proud to say that all of our upholstery is American Made! We have created a boutique-style atmosphere which sets us apart from the big box stores. Our staff combines for over fifty years of retail/design experience, which allows us to professionally and knowledgeably assist you.
- Saint Louis HillsMO63109
Apple Tree Custom Sewing has over 30 years of experience in providing unique sewing services. You won't have to spend the extra money to replace furniture and cushions when we are capable of restoring them to look like new.
- Richmond HeightsMO63117
We’re Bill and Julie Newberry, we design and build furniture and kitchen tools. Our projects start and end with a personal relationship— whether with a client or our own kitchen. Our process is concept, sawyer, and woodworking in our studio. Good design, raw lumber are turned into functional art. Usefulness should be beautiful. All the cool people buy local and handmade this year!
Consign & Design Galleries opened in February 2010. We are a 4,600 sq.ft. shop, which includes ten gallery spaces that are individually rented. Each gallery space has their own style and flair. The rest of our shop is filled with individual consignment items that our customers bring in to sell (see consignment terms). We carry traditional, frech country, vintage and some antique furniture, home decor and accessories. Including lamps, tables, chests, bookshelves, dining sets, bedroom sets, coffee tables, desks, pictures, wall hangings, repurposed windows and doors, and much more!
- St. LouisMO63102
Vitro Seating Products is a St. Louis, MO based manufacturer of quality furniture for the Restaurant & Hospitality Industry. Founded in 1929 by the late R.C. Scott, Vitro's name derived from the word "VITREOUS" - a product similar to ceramic or porcelain, originally used in the manufacturing of refrigerator and counter legs, table shoes, and later on, fountain stools. Vitro began significant expansion of the product line in the early 30's to include wooden and upholstered stool seats, followed in the mid-30's by tubular steel chairs, folding tables, and suprisingly, gas ovens, broilers, and related accessories. The late 30's and early 40's witnessed Vitro bring in the "Tubular Chrome Era" with ganged chairs and sectional booth seating -- later evolving into fully upholstered booths and even a limited line of wood chairs. The 1950's introduced "Pizzaz" to the Vitro booth, chair, stool, and now table top line, which has continued to the point that Vitro has become the SOURCE for these now nostalgic pieces! The 2000's have brought forth many dramatic changes in Vitro since the early 1930's. In addition to the "Classic 50's items", the third and fourth generation of "Scott Management" has introduced a contemporary catalog, full of new and aesthetically redesigned products -- and most recently a new set of catalogs as well as a Design Department that are provided as a sales tool for the dealer salesperson, aiming focus at the concept of "cross-selling" this wide variety of furniture and services.