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About Ferguson Copeland

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.

Past Sales Featuring Ferguson Copeland

Sale Ended July 19, 2013

Classic Furniture

You can’t go wrong with the timeless lines, rich textures, and enduring style of these classic furniture pieces. They’ll be design mainstays in your home for years to come.

Sale Ended January 24, 2011

Ferguson Copeland Furniture

Global-influenced and artisan-crafted: These are the hallmarks of Ferguson Copeland’s wooden furniture. Choose from styles ranging from traditional (the Continental Classics sleigh bed) to tropical (the Rattan Fan end table). There’s also plenty in between, including rustic nightstands, leather club chairs, and ottomans.

Sale Ended January 13, 2013

Inspired by Aspen

Aspen is famed for its rustic-meets-swanky aesthetic. Bring that look home by mixing materials that evoke the American West, like horn, wood, and hammered silver. In this selection you’ll find everything you need to bring the look to life, including cowhide rugs, antler chandeliers, horn-and-silver serving trays, and casual rugs adorned with Southwestern motifs in rich colors and prints.

Sale Ended February 03, 2012

Major Markdowns: Furniture Clearance Event

Chairs, consoles, sofas, and more — if you have a furniture dream, whether classic or modern, there’s a very good chance you’ll be able to fulfill it with this wide selection. And the discounts are so deep, you won't have to schedule extra therapy sessions to deal with post-purchase guilt.