The Saloom Furniture Story
Inspired by New England's rich furniture manufacturing history, Peter and Linda Saloom founded Saloom Furniture in 1982. Beginning with Peter designing and building furniture in his father's basement, Saloom Furniture has since emerged as one of the largest American manufacturers of dining tables, seating and storage.
They have more than 100,000 square feet of manufacturing space in two factories in north central Massachusetts. All Saloom furniture--with styles ranging from traditional to contemporary, and from rustic modern to mid-century modern--continues to be designed by Peter and handmade by New England craftspeople.
Why We Love Saloom Furniture
The dining room is where people gather--friends and family--to dine, socialize, do homework or chores and just generally connect with one another. That makes it a very important space in the home, and one that Saloom Furniture has sought to make as stylish and comfortable as possible since it was founded nearly 35 years ago. The company has succeeded in this goal with its extensive range of dining furniture designs and careful manufacturing. All Saloom Furniture pieces are made in USA to exacting standards of quality and environmental responsibility, using only locally sourced (and sustainably grown) hardwoods and low-VOC finishes.
A Fun Fact About Saloom Furniture
The Saloom Furniture South End collection is a line of rustic modern furniture inspired by the history, industry and sophistication of Boston. In further tribute to the city, many of the pieces in the collection are named after streets in and around Boston's historic South End district--Tremont, Boylston, Cambridge, Lenox and Dartmouth.
Noteworthy Products by Saloom Furniture
Part of the contemporary Skyline collection, the Nova dining tables live up to their star-inspired name with a sharp geomteric base. Round or elliptical tops are perfectly balanced atop the angular legs, both literally and visually. The Biped Stool was designed as part of the rugged and eclectic South End collection. As its name implies, the stool has just two legs. A single band of steel surrounds the legs at an angle, both acting as a footrest and providing added stability.