England Furniture Company Factory Tour

When we started this site we weren’t sure how interested people would be to see some of the inner workings of our faculties. Since launch we have received thousands of visits to this site and our other sites that are sharing the England Furniture story.

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England Furniture – Born In The USA

Since 1964, England Inc. has been building quality upholstered furniture in the foothills of East Tennessee.  England was co-founded by Charles, Eugene, and Arnold Dwight England whose goal was to provide employment to the people of Appalachia.

From humble beginnings, England has grown to employ over 1,000 people in multiple factories all located in East Tennessee.  Having long been recognized for quality and its rapid delivery system, England attracted the attention of La-Z-Boy Incorporated.  In 1995, England was acquired by La-Z-Boy and integrated into the La-Z-Boy family of companies.

With over 400 fabrics and leathers to choose from, England is known for providing consumers choice without customary wait.  England employs its own fleet of tractor/trailers to deliver upholstered product throughout the United States and Canada.  England’s rapid delivery model allows consumers to choose their own style and fabric and receive product in as few as 21 days*.


State of the Art Cut and Sew Facility (150,000 Sq. Feet)

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Our production process begins at this state of the art cut and sew facility. England furniture has invested over one million dollars in computer controlled automated cutting equipment. This equipment helps us insure that our patterns are cut with precision and that our stripes and plaids line up better than most higher priced brands in the industry.

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England Furniture cuts all fabrics using highly precise computer driven equipment.  Our high ply cutters are designed to cut 90 layers of fabric.  This type of technology cuts all fabric to exact specifications, with no variation in layers.  Our single ply cutter is designed to cut stripes and plaids to perfection.  This technology allows England Furniture to provide perfectly matched stripes and plaids in each production run.

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Pictured above and below are examples of our computer controlled fabric cutting machines.

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Our sewing machines are high tech. England Furniture uses computer aided sewing machines.  Our standard stitches per inch exceed the industry norm. Seam measuring attachments and faster feed rates give England Furniture the ability to produce a high quality sewn unit quickly and efficiently.

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Frame Processing Facility (175,000 Sq. Feet)

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England furniture uses three quarter and seven eights inch, frame grade plywood in its frame construction, no oriented strand board (OSB). We reinforce all our frames with generous amounts of hardwood lumber. Our frame construction is among the best in the industry. That’s why we offer a lifetime frame warranty on all the units we produce.

England Furniture employs 14 computerized routers to insure that every frame is cut to exact specifications.  Our high quality furniture grade plywood and our frame design, with interlocking construction, ensure maximum strength and durability. We back all our frames with a lifetime warranty.

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England arms are engineered to last.  Note the placement and number of hardwood arm sticks in the England arm assembly shown below (left). England uses 3/4 and 7/8 inch precision cut plywood reinforced with generous quantities of hardwood. Other brands make extensive use of oriented strand board.  Guide notches (A ) insure proper placement of arm sticks.

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The photograph above shows the bottom leg rail and arm assembly of one of our popular styles.

England Furniture Company - Frames 04A.  A guide notch on the top of the front rail insures proper placement of the front arm panel.

B. The front rail of the sofa is integrated with the perpendicular brace.

C. The bottom leg rail is recessed into the front rail creating additional support and insuring proper placement by our frame assembly team.

England furniture uses hardwood lumber to connect sinuous wire springs in our frames.  Spring clips are applied by computer controlled clipping machines that ensure our spring spacing is constant.  We double spring the ends of each sofa and loveseat to prevent fall off at the arm of the unit. We use heavy gauge wire springs. With over 40 pounds of torque per spring, our frames are extremely well built. Note (in the pictures below) how spring rails are recessed into perpendicular joints. These construction techniques allow us to offer a lifetime frame warranty on all England product!

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Main Assembly Plant

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Over 400,000 Square Feet of Dedicated Manufacturing Space.

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England furniture operates 23 assembly lines, allowing each line to perfect a small number of styles.  Repetition, combined with state of the art equipment, helps us build a high quality product right here in the United States. Most of our competitors have outsourced part, if not all, of their production to low cost countries (like China).

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We turn our finished goods inventory over 50 times a year. Once your custom ordered sofa is completed, inspected and bagged, it is loaded onto one of our trucks within 24 hours. We run our own trucking company. That way we know that your furniture is handled by professional delivery personnel!

We operate over 150 tractors and approximately 300 trailers from our logistics facilities. Each time our vehicles return from a delivery they are washed in our automated truck wash. In addition, the vehicle is inspected, cleaned and refueled by our own maintenance team. Our bulk fuel storage facility houses over 30,000 gallons of diesel fuel.

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England Furniture Company Technology

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We pride ourselves on being on time, every time. In our fiscal year (ended April 2010), we delivered 98.5% of our orders on time. We did this during one of the worst winters in recent history.

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England furniture manufactures over 350,000 units each year. If you purchase our product and experience a problem, we have live customer service reps to help service your needs.  We work with our dealers to resolve problems as quickly as possible. Towards this end, we ship stock service parts within 24 hours of a reported problem. Manufactured parts are shipped within 48 hours.

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We stand behind our product and will go to great lengths to make our customers happy. If you don’t receive satisfaction from your local dealer, our customer service department is here to help.

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England Furniture Introduces Lanie and Manning Collections

After you admire the decorative top stitching and nail head trim of the all leather Lanie collection, you can sit back and relax. Get lost in this beauty and comfort of the rolled arm, plush back, and tapered wood leg. This style is available as a sectional, reclining sofa, reclining loveseat and reclining chair to complete any room. See our Manning collection for fabric cover options.

England Furniture Introduces 3F00 Finneran

Our England Furniture Finneran group is just the right mix of sass and class. From its round shape to its button tufted back and its tapered wooden leg to its gently sloping track arm, this is a true winner. Make a true statement of your style by selecting from a vast array of available fabric combinations. Available as a sofa, chair, and round sectional.

England Furniture Reviews Living Room Accessories

There are often a lot of items that can go into a living room and it’s important that they are arranged in a well-proportioned way. After you’ve arranged your living room furniture, you’ll need to begin the process of adding accessories in a balanced fashion. Here are a few tips to consider as you accessorize your living room.



  • If possible, multiply the diagonal width of the screen by three to determine the optimal viewing distance.
  • When trying to decide where to put your television remember that the bottom of the screen should be at chest level when you’re seated. While hanging a television above a mantel or on a wall is a bit popular, it’s not the best place and can cause you to strain your neck.

Window Treatments

  • When hanging a drapery rod it should be installed at least 2″ above the window frame and anywhere between 6″ and 16″ beyond each side.
  • Drapes and curtains should always kiss the floor. A very common decorating mistake is to hang curtains that are too short and don’t reach the floor.


  • The most common places to hang artwork is above your sofa. If you’re going this route make sure to get a piece that isn’t too large or too small. The piece of art should be about two-thirds the width of the sofa.
  • To prevent the art from being too low, hang the bottom of the frame about 8″ to 10″ from the top of the sofa back.
  • If you want to use a few smaller pieces in a group the same rule more or less applies. Just be sure that the space between each frame is the same (around 2″ to 3″ is preferable).
  • Whenever you’re hanging art remember that it should be at eye-level. Many people make the mistake of hanging art too high.


  • If you’re hanging sconces on either side of a mirror or artwork be sure to leave enough space for the piece in the center to breathe. The amount will depend on the size of the space, but be sure not to overcrowd.
  • The rules for hanging sconces are fairly similar to those for hanging art. The placement will always depend on the size of the wall, but you want to be careful not to hang them too high. Just above eye-level is ideal.

Living Rooms: A Reflection of the Home’s Soul!

You’re living room says a lot about you! It often sets the mood for the entire home and it should be a reflection of your personal tastes. If our eyes are the doorways to our soul, the living room is the doorway to the home’s soul and it deserves some extra attention.

Some people consider their living room in in formal terms, perfect at all times, to be entered and used only when guests come to call. For others the living room is a comfortable family gathering place.

A formal living room, historically referred to as a drawing room or parlor, often showcases the homeowner’s finest possessions. The décor is often symmetrical—a sofa with painting above, flanked by two end tables topped by lamps. Formal window treatments of luxurious fabrics trimmed with braid and fringe, and perfectly set pairs of occasional chairs and tables follow traditional rules of decorating. Few homes these days have space for such a perfect (and often useless) room that is more to be looked at than used.

While retaining certain elements such as beautiful millwork or lush fabrics, the more casual living room has lighter window treatments and more comfortable furniture. Studied symmetry has given way to softer lines, fewer rules, and more color.

A more casual family room style of living room has a character of nonchalance. While furniture and fabrics should be coordinated, there are few rules. Choices are governed by practicality. Furniture selection and placement is less structured. Seating around a TV is often necessary, with a table for casual eating. In today’s home, the living room may even have a computer center, so a desk may have a place of prominence.

If you’re looking to give your living room a “psychological makeover” that transforms the space without spending a fortune consider these tips:

It doesn’t have to look perfect. Don’t strive for “magazine perfection” but rather a deep, gut-level feeling of identification and comfort.

Try a new color of paint. Certain shades have universal associations. Explore the psychology of colors and choose the color choices that reflect the mood you’re trying to create.

Place beloved objects in the room. Place items in the living room that remind you of happy experiences and remove objects with bad associations. Only keep things that trigger happy memories.

Let the living-room space suit your family. Perhaps your idea of the ideal living room isn’t the same as your spouse or partner. Try to work something out: Communication and compromise is key.

Are you an introvert or an extrovert? Decide which personality type you have and lay out your living room accordingly. Extroverts need stimuli like a television in their living rooms; introverts need more of a sense of refuge and quiet.

Get as much sunlight into your living room as possible. Sunlight is a proven antidepressant.

Make sure your furniture is the right size. If you’re not tall, don’t get a couch that’s very high off the ground and makes you feel short.

Why Big Families NEED Sectional Sofas

Have you ever tried to watch a movie in your living room with your entire family?  Are some of your loved ones sitting on the floor? Many people struggle with the right amount of seating for their living rooms, especially if they have a larger family gathering at once. That’s why sectionals are the perfect sofas!  A sectional sofa can give you more space in your living room and make family nights a lot more comfortable. They even great for sleepovers!

A big sectional couch may scare parents because it can be a large space to clean. This is a huge misconception.  Sectional sofas are actually quite easy to clean. Instead of moving from sofa to sofa, you can do a huge sweep around clean and get it done all in one stop.


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A sectional can also give your living room a warm feeling. Now you have extra space and beauty all in one. Explore our England Furniture sectionals and visit your local England Furniture dealer to try out our beautiful and comfortable sectionals for yourself….and let the family fun begin!

England Furniture Reviews the Treece Collection

Everyone can appreciate the laid back style of the England Furniture Treece collection. This classic track arm silhouette boasts a block wooden leg, double top-stitched non-welted cushions, and a set of down blend throw pillows. It’s down wrapped cushions will provide countess hours of comfort. Make it exude a style that’s all your own by choosing from our myriad fabric options. Available as a sofa, loveseat, chair, and ottoman as well as multiple sectional pieces. This silhouette is also available in leather… take a look at our England Furniture Loyston collection if you’re interested.

England Furniture Reviews the Loyston Collection

Streamlined, clean, and simple are all suitable adjectives to describe our contemporary England Furniture Loyston leather collection. From its grand scale and super comfortable down wrapped cushions to its casual style elements including non-welted top-stitched cushions, large track arm, and wooden block leg, this style is sure to please. We offer a sofa, loveseat, chair, and ottoman as well as multiple sectional pieces in this silhouette all covered in your choice of our vast leather selection. Be sure to take a look at our England Furniture Treece group to check the fabric options.

England Furniture Reviews: Lexie Linen


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Lexie Linen is one of over 500 England Furniture fabric options. See it displayed here on one of our England Furniture sectionals, combined with pillows using our Ashai Storm and Leighton Storm fabrics.

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Disclaimer: Due to characteristics of this fabric, natural variations including shading may occur. These variations should not be considered flaws.

Fiber Content: 100% Polyester

Fabric Width: Fabric Width
Cover Type: Solid
Grade: F
Durability: M/H
Cleaning Code: S
Direction: Railroad
Fabric Code: 1
Brand: England