Sofas Made in the USA (And Our Top 10 Picks)

Sofas are a huge purchase, and a lot of the best materials going into them are coming from right here in the USA. Often times, large retailers will cut corners and construct their couches with cheaper materials from overseas. We did the research to find the American companies that are making the best sofas using U.S. materials in U.S. factories. Below are our findings (full list at the bottom of the article), complete with our top recommendations and tons of details about each one, along with the factors that went into our research.

Our Findings

Overall, there are a ton of American manufacturers making sofas right here in the U.S. - we found over 20! Most of the prominent companies are located around the North Carolina area, which has historically been a big hub for furniture manufacturing. A big theme with our top picks is the ability to sell directly from the manufacturer to the consumer - doing so cuts out the retailer and allows manufacturers to reinvest those dollars (that the retailer would have gotten) into improving the quality of their product. We've split out each of our top picks into different style categories: slipcovered, tufted, leather, sectional, modern, and high-end couches. Read more about each of them below. For all the sofa makers we found made in the USA, head to the end of the article.

Top Recommendations

Best Sofas Best for:
Beverly Furniture Bohemian Sofa Boxed Bench Style
The FLOYD Sofa Comfort and Value
Logan 2pc Sectional Sofa Chaise
Club Furniture Charleston Grand Sofa Slipcovered
Craftmaster Kailey Sofa Tufted
Carolina Chair Fabric Variety
Roger + Chris Blythe English Sofa Leather
Simplicity Sofas Sectional
Modernica Split Rail Couch Modern
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Sloane Sofa High-End

Recommendations: Going Deeper

Check out additional details on each of our top picks, where they are from, what we liked about each one, and some of the things we didn't like.

Best Boxed Bench Style Sofa: Beverly Furniture Bohemian Sofa

We were really impressed with a lot of the furniture options from Beverly Furniture, especially their Bohemian Sofa. This style of sofa goes well in just about any home and Beverly Furniture is crafting them with the care to last a lifetime in their Pomona, California facilities. The base is made of a sturdy Maple hardwood that is really well constructed. Often times, you'll find manufacturers cutting corners by just using a Maple finish, but not Beverly - they have solid hardwood pieces that will hold up well over time. In terms of sag, we found this sofa to be medium firm, providing good support while you're lounging in the den. The fabric used for the upholstery was really comfortable and a nice neutral color than should fit well in most living rooms. However, if you aren't super fond of it, you can absolutely give Beverly and phone call and they should be able to accommodate some customizations.

What We Like

  • Hardwood frame
  • Very comfortable
  • Modern style
  • Eco-friendly materials

What We Don't Like

  • Accent pillows not included

Best for Comfort and Value: The FLOYD Sofa

We were really impressed by "The Sofa" (as they call it) from FLOYD. Based in Detroit, Michigan, FLOYD prides themselves on using honest, quality materials in their furniture - and it shows. Their sofa was one of the most comfortable we tested. It is also very customizable. You can choose from five color options and three configurations - a two-seater, three-seater, and three-seater with a chaise. Their shipping times are among the best in the online furniture industry as well. If it's in stock, the sofa will ship the next business day and should be at your doorstep within a week. FLOYD also has free returns within 30 days and a 10-year warranty. Overall, we really liked this sofa and it seems to be tough to beat for a good combination of quality and value for money. They are typically running some sort of sale, make sure to check our deals page for the latest discounts.

What We Like

  • Very soft and comfortable
  • Several color and configuration options
  • Easy to set up and move
  • Long warranty

What We Don't Like

  • No pillow options

Best Sofa with Chaise: Logan 2pc Sectional Sofa

If you're looking for a sofa with a good chaise on the end, we really like the style of the Logan 2pc Sectional Sofa from Apt2B. It comes in nearly 50 different fabric color options and a couple of leg finish options, and you can order free fabric swatches to make sure you like the color ahead of time. At 108" wide (about 9 feet), it's a pretty sizeable sofa that should fit well in a lot of large living rooms. I really like the modern, simple look of the couch too, with the tufted pillows and short armrests. Apt2B also has a bunch of other sofas made in the USA, so if you don't like this style in particular, you can check out their entire lineup.

What We Like

  • Lots of color and style options
  • Chaise can be on right or left
  • Reversible and flippable cushions
  • Hypoallergenic and eco-friendly fabric
  • Free delivery

What We Don't Like

  • Long shipping times currently, about 6-8 weeks

Best Slipcovered Sofa: Club Furniture Charleston Grand Sofa

Handcrafted in North Carolina, the Charleston sofa from Club Furniture is as good as it gets when it comes to affordable slipcovered sofas. You can choose from around 100 different color swatches and the slipcover is completely removable if you want to switch up your style. We also love the comfort level - this couch is very deep with soft cushions (available in 2 or 3 cushions), but not too much sag. The springs, especially in the middle of the sofa, hold up well to 3 or 4 people sitting on the couch at a time. Club Furniture has great customer service as well, with completely free in-home delivery and set up and a 30-day in-home trial. Dimensions: W93" x D40" x H34".

What We Like

  • No-sag springs
  • Several color options
  • Slipcover is easily removable
  • Low cost
  • Free delivery

What We Don't Like

  • Slightly longer shipping times than we would like, around 4-6 weeks

Best Tufted Sofa: Craftmaster Kailey Sofa

Craftmaster is one of the many great American furniture manufacturers with roots in North Carolina. Based in Taylorsville, they've been producing quality sofas since 1972 and employ over 700 American workers in environmentally friendly facilities (they are EFEC certified). Their tufted Kailey sofa was one of our favorites for it's unique look and tons of style options. There are about 80 different fabric colors you can choose from, along with customization options for the color of the legs and throw pillows. The upholstery is a pretty standard polyester blend, which holds up well to long-term use and abuse. The cushions are super comfy and the back of the sofa sits relatively deep, so you have plenty of room for accent pillows to give the sofa your own flare.

What We Like

  • Well stitched tufted style
  • Sturdy frame
  • Fabric options
  • Depth

What We Don't Like

  • Shipping time is a little long

Best Sofa for Fabric Variety and Customization: Carolina Chair

Carolina Chair's motto is "come straight to the source," which is a spot-on description of this factory direct, family-owned sofa manufacturer based in Hickory, North Carolina. They have an impressive variety of fabrics and styles to choose from in their online store, and they even allow you to customize your order! Add or remove a skirt? No problem. Change up your cushion options? No sweat. We were really impressed by all of the different customization options that Carolina Chair has available, which is much easier for them to implement since they are not going through a retailer. Carolina Chair partners with Barrow Industries for their fabric options, which range from chenille, to denim, microfiber, suede, twill, and a ton more.

What We Like

  • Fabric selection
  • Ability to customize your sofa
  • Free shipping
  • Free in-home delivery

What We Don't Like

  • Shipping times are rather long, around 6-8 weeks

Best Leather Sofa: Roger + Chris Blythe English Sofa

Roger and Chris are based in Omaha, Nebraska and are producing great furniture, everything from sofas to beds and lamps. Their Blythe English sofa really stood out among the competition for its amazing comfort level and traditional English roll-arm style, which fits well into a variety of home styles. The seat cushions are soft yet supportive, made from a foam core wrapped in channel-stitched down. The back pillows also feel really nice and are made from a split between feather and down. You can even customize your Blythe sofa a little bit! Roger and Chris offer a few customization options like different lengths, seat depths, and leather colors you can choose from. Sizes range from 38" all the way up to 121".

What We Like

  • Size options
  • Quality leather
  • Strong stitching
  • Very comfortable
  • Leg options

What We Don't Like

  • Have to pay for shipping

Best Sectional Sofas: Simplicity Sofas

Another company selling direct from the manufacturer, Simplicity Sofas are custom built in High Point, North Carolina and they are making some of the best sectional sofas we found in our research. We spoke with Jeff Frank, President at Simplicity Sofas, who said their High Point location gives them several advantages. "Our High Point, NC location gives us access to quality materials and highly skilled craftspeople who know how to build high quality furniture the old fashioned way - one piece at a time."

Each sectional unit is sold individually, so your whole couch can be customized as you like it, and it has the added benefit of being able to fit through pretty much any doorway or stairwell. The frame for each section is made from solid oak, so we found the support to be very sturdy (selling to customers straight from their factory and not going through a retailer allows them to invest more in the construction of their sofas). The sectionals are very easy to put together as well and don't require any tools.

In terms of style variety, Simplicity Sofas offers over 300 fabric and leather variations. When you choose the sectionals you want, you can customize the fabric, foot style, cushion style, cushion type, and select among a few different add-ons as well. Frank is excited about their trends in fabric sourcing: "One of the most encouraging trends in the furniture industry right now is the return of American fabric manufacturers. Ten years ago, almost all of the fabrics we used were imported. Today 75% of our customers are choosing American Made High Performance fabrics." Check out our full interview with Simplicity Sofas founder, Jeff Frank.

What We Like

  • Ability to customize
  • Easy to construct
  • Fabric variety (free swatches available)
  • Sturdy frame
  • Very comfortable

What We Don't Like

  • Free shipping for most, but a $100 surcharge is applied to shipments out west to: California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana and Colorado

Best Modern Sofa: Modernica Split Rail Couch

The Modernica Split Rail Couch is handcrafted in California and an awesome, modern style to have in your home or office. Each of these couches are made to order based on your specifications, with 30 different fabric choices and a couple of options for your frame, either a North American walnut frame or a triple chrome-plated steel frame. We really like the sharp angles of the couch and the lack of armrests that help create the modern, minimalist look. The exposed frame is also unique, fully showing the legs and the back of the couch. Dimensions: H38" x W88" x D42".

What We Like

  • Exposed frame
  • Fabric options
  • Sharp edges
  • Comfortable

What We Don't Like

  • Typically ships in 6-8 weeks

Best High-End Sofa: Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Sloane Sofa

The Sloane Sofa is made with incredible craftsmanship, and it shows in the price tag. It's inspired by mid-century Danish styles with a sharp profile and tapered legs. The Sloane is a little more shallow than your typical sofas of similar size, which makes it easier to get in and out of, but less ideal if you really want to "sink" into your couch. This sofa has a very tight and supportive back too. These guys let you customize your sofa how you want it, with over 300 fabric and finish options. In addition to fabric and color, you can choose from a bunch of options for: leg finishes, cushion fill, base cover, contrast cushion, and contrast welt. We also liked that the Sloane Sofa comes in a couple of different lengths, 74" and 84".

What We Like

  • Customization
  • Back support
  • Shallow depth
  • Fabric choices

What We Don't Like

  • Long shipping times, around 8 weeks

Recap: Best Sofas Made in the USA

Shopping for other furniture? Check out our guide on the best beds made in the USA

Full List of Made in the USA Sofas That We Found

Factors We Considered


Comfort is a non-negotiable when shopping for a couch. We looked for sofas that are made from the best materials and have good support with the inner springs in the cushions. Feel the springs inside the sofa - they should be tight and close together. In terms of filling, there are a couple of things to look out for. High-resilient (HR) foam is slightly more expensive, but worth it for the durability and comfort level. Polyurethane foam is cheap and typically less comfortable.


Every person's style is different. We made sure to choose a variety of sofa styles to cover a wide variety of interests. Many of our top picks have several hundred fabric and color options.


A sofa is a lifetime investment, so you need to make sure that it can last reliably year after year. There are a few different factors to look for when it comes to durability: the frame, fabric, joinery, springs, and fillings.

The frame is ideally made of a hardwood like oak or beech. Soft woods like pine can warp pretty easily over time.

We looked for fabric options that are tough for everyday use. After all, you never know what is going to spill on it. Synthetic microfiber, leather, and fabrics with patterns woven in (rather than printed) are all winners.

The joints of your couch should be solidly constructed. Avoid couches held together by nails and glue, and opt for ones that wooden dowels or corner blocks.

As mentioned before, springs in the couch should be firm and close together.

Fillings like high-resilient foam are good, polyurethane foam is bad. See more above.

Ability to Customize

As a staple of your home, a sofa is a very personal purchase. So, the ability to customize is important. Often times, manufacturers have several options for each piece of the sofa on hand, and are willing to create a custom order (often times for a slightly higher price). We made sure to include some sofa manufacturers that have good custom options.

Customer Service

Customer service is so important for such a big item like a sofa. We looked for manufacturers who are offering lifetime warranties, free delivery, setup services, a responsive customer service team, and more.


We want to make sure you are getting the best sofa for your money. We eliminated several brands where we felt like the quality of the couch did not live up to the price on the tag. After all, we're consumers too!

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