Based in Galax, Virginia, Vaughan-Bassett Furniture Company manufactures bedroom furniture. In 1919, two men, B.C. Vaughan and J.D. Bassett, Sr., both of whom were from Bassett, Virginia, first founded the company. Mr. Bassett, Sr., and his brother, C.C. Bassett, also founded what today is well known as Bassett Furniture Industries.
Employing about 700 people in factories based in Galax, Virginia, and Elkin, North Carolina, VB is extremely proud of the fact that 100 percent of its furniture is crafted here in the United States by American employees. In fact, Vaughan-Bassett is now the largest manufacturer of wooden adult bedroom furniture in the United States.
Most of the furniture manufactured consists of wood solids and wood veneers grown and harvested near plants in the Southeast. Pine, oak, maple, cherry, ash, poplar, birch, and beech are the primary species used in Vaughan-Bassett’s bedroom collections.
The number one priority is providing customers with unmatched service, quality, and value. In short, nothing makes them happier than customers feeling at home.
All Vaughan-Bassett chests and dressers are engineered to comply with ASTM International F2057, a voluntary stability standard for bedroom storage furniture, and have earned the third-party UL Stability Verified mark. Furniture tip restraints and instructions for installation are included.
Vaughan Bassett is a member of the American Home Furnishings Alliance, a trade organization dedicated to working with regulatory officials to develop and maintain effective product safety standards for residential furniture.