We've been building furniture for years, and working to help others who are less fortunate or who are the victims of difficult circumstances. In Detroit, we helped found the Architectural Salvage Warehouse of Detroit which focused on training returning prisoners to do deconstruction, gaining crucial job skills that can help get people jobs so we can help to reduce the high rates of re-incarceration. Then a number of years ago, while working at Warm Springs, we heard about Eleanor Roosevelt's "ValKill" furniture company, originally founded in 1926. We were intrigued not only by the story, but also by the principles upon which the company was founded. So we purchased the trademark, and started working to build high quality furniture using as much labor from the neighborhoods as possible. And today, with the support of the National Park Service and the Roosevelt Vanderbilt Historical Association we are proud to provide furniture for anyone who wants genuine ValKill pieces in their homes. The Roosevelt Vanderbilt Historical Association (RVHA) has commissioned the four pieces found in our "Valkill Classics" collection.
Triangle Arts Macon
We are currently located in Macon, Georgia - at a place called Triangle Arts Macon. We have the largest display of street art in Central Georgia. We also have a number of very talented artists and craftsmen located on site. If you are interested in visiting or looking at getting one of our spots, please contact us.