India's Classic Home furniture acquires North Carolina's Braxton Culler
March 17, 2021 | 12:09 pm CDT
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SOPHIA, N.C. - Classic Home, an India-based residential furniture maker, has acquired Braxton Culler, a high-end residential furniture maker based near High Point, North Carolina.
 
The acquisition gives Classic Home a domestic manufacturing presence. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
 
Braxton produces upholstered furniture out of its 410,000-square-foot manufacturing plant just outside of High Point. It also imports a line of residential wood furniture.
 
Braxton founder and CEO Braxton Culler III will remain company leader during the transition period. The company will continue to operate under the Braxton Culler brand.
 
Classic Home produces its furniture out of several company-owned plants in India.
 
 

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