Temple Furniture builds quality 8-way hand tied furniture. 8-way hand tied furniture refers to construction in upholstered furniture. The system of springs make up the suspension, which creates the foundation of the seat. The springs directly impact the comfort, durability, quality, and general integrity of the furniture—and they keep you from sinking through the sofa and onto the floor. Plenty of couches have springs. 8-way hand tied coils are hand-tied in every direction: front to back, side to side, and diagonally. The result is maximum flexibility, support, and comfort, and all the things you’d want in a high-quality sofa. Of course, there’s a catch to this technique. Sofas made this way also happen to be the most labor-intensive, and thus, expensive.
Owners and operators the Parker family oversee the building your furniture with quality materials and by skilled craftsmen in 3 factories in Maiden, North Carolina.
By sourcing locally, Temple reduces energy cost in transportation. Temple Furniture recycles and reuses to reduce waste.
Temple manufactures their standard seat cushions with a renewable soy-based polyol that replaces 20% of the petroleum based ingredients. They also use Haps ( hazardous air pollutants) compliant chemicals approved by the pre 2016 EPA. Their frame suppliers meet the requirement os the Sustainable Forestry Initiative. And lastly they build quality products that last for generations