About UsEustis Chair designs and manufactures hardwood chairs for clubs, dining halls, libraries, and other high-use spaces. Our chairs are designed for elegance and comfort, and engineered for truly superior durability. They are built by American craftsmen in our US factory, using renewable hardwoods and other premium-quality materials.
Eustis Chair was founded in 1989 and continues to be a family run company based in Ashburnham, Massachusetts. For the first 15 years, our primary business was to manufacture traditional hardwood chairs for the well know L & JG Stickley Company. In 1995 we began designing chairs under the Eustis Chair name for institutional clients. Since that first project for Harvard University, we have manufactured over 35,000 top-quality hardwood chairs for over 350 institutional projects all over the US.
From the very beginning, durability has been our primary focus at Eustis Chair. In 1996 a Eustis cousin invented a new joinery technique we now call the Eustis Joint®. Made with steel rods and high-strength epoxies, our Eustis Joints® are stronger than any other joinery technique. The durability of our Eustis Joints® gives us improved design flexibility, and also allows us to offer a 20-year warranty against joint failure. In addition, the Eustis Joint® has allowed us to create a line of over 40 different hardwood stacking chairs, and many now consider Eustis Chair to be the industry leader in this category.
Every Eustis Chair is made to order in our U.S. factory from your choice of sustainable hardwoods, custom stained for your project. We offer our chairs with or without arms, and either with a wood seat, or with a cushion seat covered in any commercially available fabric or leather. There are many other options for our chairs including ganging mechanisms, task chair bases, casters, two and three position sled bases, laser engraving, furniture nails, and more. We also have a robust custom chair program where we can adapt one of our current chairs to fit your needs, reproduce and re-engineer an antique chair, or design a totally new chair.
Typical installations include university dining halls, private school dining halls, public and academic libraries, fine-dining spaces at country clubs, city clubs, and up-scale restaurants, boardrooms, churches, synagogues, and chapels.
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