WestPoint Home has been a trusted source for home textiles for nearly 200 years and they've yet to slow down or show their age! They've been experimenting with textiles and fabrics since the early part of the nineteenth century, constantly searching out ways to make newer, better products that will continue to meet the evolving needs of their customers. Their longevity is the result of unwavering commitment to innovation, science and new technologies coupled with a trendsetting eye for home fashion.
Their history dates back to 1813 when Nathaniel "Captain Nat" Stevens began manufacturing woolen broadcloth in a converted stone gristmill in North Andover, Massachusetts. Right away, Stevens and his son, Moses, began experimenting with wool, cotton and flannel. They created new fabrics and fashion, such as the "Arabian Suiting," a fancy pattern flannel made by blending wool and cotton. They discovered that when dyed, the wool would take on the color of the dye, while the cotton stayed white, creating a new, sought-after fabric pattern.