Maitland-Smith acquires case goods manufacturer

A furniture set from Scarborough House.

HICKORY, N.C. – Maitland-Smith, a high-end furniture and accessories brand has acquired luxury case goods firm Scarborough House.

According to Furniture Today, Maitland-Smith will represent the brand and incorporate a selection of its existing designs as part of a collection. The Scarborough House collection for Maitland-Smith will comprise more than 150 unique items and will be available to order June 1.

The agreement includes Scarborough’s High Point showroom at 200 Steele. The Scarborough House suite on the first floor will be converted into a Maitland-Smith showroom. Maitland-Smith products will continue to be shown also in their current showroom at 200 Steele, third floor.

Jonathan Buxton, owner of Scarborough House, told Furniture Today that both brands “bring an array of unique styles to the marketplace.” “Maitland-Smith understands the importance of the capabilities of our factory, and I can’t think of a better place for it to reside.”

Maitland-Smith manufactures luxury accent furniture, lighting, and accessories. The company is known for its handcrafted work, including hand-carved tropical mahogany, exotic wood veneers, lost wax case metal mounds, and traditional tanned and hand-tooled leather.

Scarborough House offers handcrafted English reproduction furnishings of heirloom quality across the bedroom, office, dining, reception, game room and living room categories.


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