The company statement is a little unclear. While upholstery and painted furniture pieces are made domestically, they don’t come out and say “Made in America” anywhere on the website.
Life Made American decided to drop them a line to find out what styles are made here. Standby for a response.
Lauren Russell, vice president and creative director at Maine Cottage said:
The short answer is that about 80% of our goods are made in America.
Maine Cottage started out as a few pieces of wood furniture bench-built by a single carpenter in Maine. With growth our method of production had to evolve. We are proud to say, however, that to this day (25 years later) all of our painted wood furniture is still made domestically by skilled American craftsmen. Our printed fabrics are all printed domestically, and every one of our 8-way hand tied upholstered pieces of furniture is crafted in the foothills of North Carolina.
Maine Cottage hunts for accessories made by American artists, but it is not a rule so I would not want to mislead a consumer. Some of our lamps and rugs are imported. If you know of any potters, quilters or canvas bag makers who fit our vibe, send them along, I am always scouting for partner artisans in the states for future product development!