Ferguson Copeland — makers of fine furniture such as sofas, chairs, beds, bookcases and tables — was founded in 1996 in the foothills of North Carolina’s Great Smokey Mountains. With a pool of generations of skilled Southern artisans and craftspeople to draw from, Ferguson Copeland (along with companion firm Guy Chaddock & Company) offers an array of unique American-made wood, leather and upholstered furniture. Their eclectic collection provides ample mix-and-match opportunities for the person looking to craft the perfect blend of comfy and contemporary.
Updated takes on classic style
With their timeless lines, luxurious textures, and attention to detail, John Richard's furnishings are destined to become the new classics. Add a few (or more) pieces to your room, and it'll instantly look smart, sophisticated, and culturally inspired.
We're excited to have been a part of Steve Harvey's dressing room makeover. Using some core pieces from Gilt Home (including Hewson's Alex Bench and the Alden Sofa from 808 Home, both of which he put his a custom spin on exclusively for this space), designer Mikel Welch (the show's set decorator) created a super sophisticated, luxe take on masculine style. Call it the elevated man cave — a true oasis in the Windy City, where the show's based. Shop the Gilt styles here, as well as designs inspired by this great space, and get the look in your own place.
Sophisticated, artful style pervades these furnishings, lighting pieces, and accents by John Richard. Many are traditional with an artful, contemporary twist — and all stand out with luxurious texture and attention to detail.