Dare we say nobody does it better? When it comes to Drexel Heritage Furniture, we’d be hard-pressed to find a style they haven’t touched… (or should we say mastered)?
Drexel Heritage sold their first bedroom set for $14.50. It was 1903—long before companies like Henredron emerged—and Drexel was on the verge of redefining the scope of what an American furniture company could (and should) be. Since that first bedroom suite, Drexel Heritage repeatedly merged passing trend with superior execution. The result? Louis XV chaises, Chinoiserie dressers, Danish-inspired desks—decade-specific pieces that could feel passé, but instead feel downright legacy-like.