|The Bradley Lumber Company was founded in 1902 in Warren, Arkansas. It survived the Great Depression of the 1930’s, tornadoes in 1949 and 1975, several devastating fires, and the ups and downs of many market cycles. In World War II, “The Bradley” made ammunition boxes, military crates, timbers and even hardwood ski blanks (for the Finnish army). For many years the largest flooring mill in the world was at the Bradley Lumber Company. Furniture, wall panels, decking, cabinetry, stairs and many other products were proudly and painstakingly made at “The Bradley”.
In 2002, after more than 100 years of continuous operation, “The Bradley” was closed. Instead of allowing the company to vanish, it was purchased in Septemer of 2002 by David and Michelle Chambers and renamed "Bradley Brand Furniture".
Bradley Brand Furniture has continued to expand and is once again building solid, 100% American made, heirloom furniture. Their master craftsmen use the finest hardwood. Each piece is built by hand and built to last. They do not use any particle board, MDF, paper or plastic, so all their furniture is heavy, stout and will last several lifetimes. You can not wear it out and you will have a difficult time tearing it up. Bradley Brand Furniture guarantees your satisfaction or your money back!!