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American Craftsmanship +

Uncompromising Quality

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Our Story

In September of 1975, 27-year-old Roy "Braxton" Culler, III, opened the doors of a new furniture manufacturing operation, Braxton Culler. Braxton Culler started as an upholstery source with about 15 employees, leasing 28,000 ft2 of manufacturing space off Fraley Road in High Point, North Carolina. With just one salesman on the payroll, Braxton Culler was ready for business.

Sales and demand increased, and just four years later, Braxton packed up operations and purchased a new, larger building in High Point, on West Green Drive. Over the course of a couple decades, this location slowly expanded from 85,000 to 150,000 ft2 of manufacturing space.

Showrooms evolved over the years as well, from showing directly on the factory floor for the first seven years in business, to showroom hopping in the IHFC building in High Point for the next few years, and finally to purchasing and renovating an auto parts distribution center in 1986 into the showroom as it stands today, at 310 S. Elm Street.

As Braxton Culler grew in size, it also added product categories. What was once a straight-forward upholstery manufacturer expanded into a major custom ordering program to include a large offering of upholstery, wicker/rattan, bedroom, dining room, occasional, and outdoor.

Braxton Culler moved to its current manufacturing location in Sophia, NC, in 2002, starting with 350,000 ft2 and eventually expanding to its current size of 415,000 ft2. Braxton attributes his success to growing up in the furniture industry, loving the products, and being fortunate enough to learn the furniture business from his father at a young age. The foundation of Braxton Culler has always been its customer relationships, and this holds true today.

Braxton was purchased in 2020 by Classic Home.

Our Process

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Quality Is Our Legacy

Back in 1975, Braxton Culler started with a simple idea and a passion for quality. Over the years, we've grown and evolved, yet our core values remain the same. From our early days focusing on wicker and rattan, today, we're proud to offer a diverse range of furnishings for every corner of your home – both indoors and out.

What sets us apart? A choice of over 600 fabric options and 35 wood and wicker finishes, allowing our customers the freedom to tailor their selections to fit perfectly into their lives. At Braxton Culler, it's about more than furniture; it's about creating spaces that feel like home. We appreciate your trust in us and invite you to be a part of our ever-growing story.



Braxton Culler opens a leased factory selling only upholstery


Braxton Culler purchases and moves their factory to new location on W. Green Street

braxton Culler factory


Braxton Culler makes the first trip overseas to source a new product category - Wicker/Rattan for the whole home


Braxton Culler leases showroom(s) in the IHFC building


Braxton Culler purchases and renovates current showroom on S. Elm Street


Braxton Culler enters wood bedroom and outdoor product categories


Braxton Culler moves to current location in Sophia, NC


Braxton Culler is purchased by Classic Home


Today, Braxton Culler is an industry leader in design trends. With hundreds of fabric options ranging from modern to coastal and everything in between, Braxton is a great one-stop shopping experience for retailers and designers across the map. Today, in Sophia, North Carolina, Braxton Culler employs over 120 workers and occupies 45 acres of land with two manufacturing facilities that span over 415,000 ft2. Braxton Culler provides a whole-home shopping source, specializing in custom upholstery and custom finishing. Living room, bedroom, dining room, occasional, and outdoor categories are all well covered. Upholstery materials are locally sourced and are cut, sewn, stuffed, and completely manufactured on site in Sophia. There is an entire finishing line where both local and imported frames are finished to spec in a wide variety of custom paints and stains. This proudly makes Braxton Culler one of the last remaining American Made furniture stories. Customers choose Braxton Culler for the wide selection, custom styling, high-quality craftmanship, and elite level of customer service.