Manufacturer Overview: This End Up
About This End Up
This End Up Furniture Company. was founded in Raleigh, North Carolina by two students from North Carolina State University. The Company and its furniture were an immediate success and widely accepted throughout North Carolina and surrounding states. The founders sold the Company to Melville Corporation in 1988. Under Melville, the Company grew to over 240 mall based stores nationwide. In 1998, Melville Corporation sold the company to Citicorp Venture Capital. By 2000, despite growing sales, the Company encountered financial problems that led to bankruptcy and the liquidation of its assets.
The new owner purchased the intellectual property in October of 2000 and established manufacturing operations in the spring of 2001. Since then, the new Company has grown into a 250,000 square foot manufacturing plant and offers substantially all furniture items offered by the original Company as well as several new lines of furniture.
Recent Installation: Classic Line Furniture
The Urban Edge
The Urban Edge was designed to replicate our more traditional upholstered pieces, but with a smaller footprint. It is a more sleek and contemporary look with the same comfort and strong build you'd expect from This End Up. The best part- every aspect on this chair is replaceable, including the fabric. If your environment is continually changing, or is especially tough on furniture, this is the piece for you. And we can ship it UPS. Also available as a sofa or chair.
Some Of Our Favorites
The Crossings Collection provides a little extra "eye candy" on classic This End Up pieces. If art and furniture had a baby, this would be it. Needless to say that these beautiful, solid wood pieces are built to last. This End Up has managed to impress us yet again because these intricate details do not compromise the structure.
The Charlotte Collection was named after the president of the company's granddaughter- so you know it has to be good. Beautiful and elegant lines and silhouettes with the same durability that has made This End Up popular.