Modern, Durable + Affordable
Kent Coffey furniture was a popular furniture brand throughout the 1950’s and1960s. It was a shop window staple along the American East Coast, where it represented modernity and affordability in everyday design. It was priced competitively in order that everyday folk could afford it, yet had a reputation for being good quality and durable.
Kent Coffey was one of the leading furniture makers in Lenoir, North Carolina and was a major influence in the North Carolina furniture industry during the early twentieth century. Kent Coffey opened in 1907 by Harold Coffey, a friend, neighbor and competitor of icons James Broyhill and John Bernhardt.
The company was sold to the Singer Furniture Company until the furniture division went bankrupt in 2001.
Perspecta, Forum, Eloquence, Finesse, Crusader, Insignia, Focus, La Fayette and Mainwaring are among the furniture lines offered by Kent Coffey.