Some furniture companies set expectations—Others, like A. Rudin Furniture, make a habit of surpassing them.
Now working on its forth generation as a family business, A. Rudin began with founder Morris Rudin teaching himself to upholster in his Southern California garage. Established in 1912, A. Rudin pieces—like that of fellow Los Angelino maker Phyllis Morris—maintain the notable distinction of being assembled directly in L.A.. With a superior eye for proportion, the company has remained compelling not only for their luxurious take on ever-changing style, but their superior craftsmanship. Indeed, A Rudin. pieces may flaunt their era, but never reveal their age.