Broyhill Furniture began in 1929 by James Edgar Broyhill after working many years in his brother’s furniture business as a sales associate and bookkeeper. By the 1950’s Broyhill established the Broyhill Premier Line and began to advertise strongly all across the nation in order to grow his business and provide quality furniture according to Sofas and Sectionals. In 1978 Broyhill decided to extend their operations outside of their home base in North Carolina, and purchased a plant that manufactured upholstered furniture in Louisiana.
Around 1980, the Broyhill family decided to sell the company to a conglomerate called Interco Inc., who changed various aspects of production, which, in turn, sped up the process and made operations run smoothly and quickly.
Made from sixty percent recycled steel, Broyhill uses their no-sag technology, eco-friendly solid wood frames manufactured from sustainable forestry initiative sources, and their newly acquired Duracoil Cushion Technology which spreads the distribution of weight allowing their cushions to last much longer.
Broyhill is currently recognized as one of America’s largest furniture manufacturers and is known in the industry for providing quality high end furniture for Americans. See Broyhill’s unique and stylish GALB collection at Gallery Furniture.