Hendersons Furniture specializes in Tom Seely Furniture, Gat Creek, and Borkholder Amish Crafted Furniture lines of American crafted solid wood furniture. Our solid wood furniture is made in the USA and is available in a variety of woods and finishes. Several choices of hardware allow these pieces to fit traditional, transitional, and contemporary style homes. Each piece is built individually and signed and dated by the maker.

Our upholstered furniture features premium eight-way hand tied seating construction, widely regarded as the best building method in the industry. We offer a wide selection with over 100 different frames and more than 300 different fabrics. Custom lengths, seat depths, and seat heights are also available.

Our Stressless reclining chairs and sofas offer the very best in comfort, fit, and style only available from Stressless, the innovators of comfort. All Stressless chairs come in a variey of fabrics and leathers to suit your individual tastes.
If you arent sleeping well at night, then you arent making the most of your day. Increase your energy and become more productive by replacing your old, worn out mattress. Our Organic mattresses are handcrafted with premium organic natural rubber latex, organic wool, and organic cotton. All with the benefits to help you start sleeping better tonight!

In addition to our furniture, we also feature various accessory items including rugs, lamps, and the works of local artists and craftspeople.

Interior Design Services
We offer interior design services including custom window treatments and re-upholstery. Just ask us one of our designers how we can assist you in making your dreams a reality!

Custom Woodworking
If you need a custom made wood item or piece of furniture, we have local shops that can handle that too just ask!

A pioneer in the antique business, Tom Seely spent a lifetime valuing the craftsmanship of Early American cabinetmakers, recognizing a love and integrity in their work and developing an eye for the simple sophistication of their designs. Toms fascination with antique furniture began after his return to America from World War II. Back then, many people thought of Early American furniture as simply used furniture. Tom Seely saw it differently, recognizing a refinement of design and construction that mass production failed to match. In the early 1950s, Tom Seely opened an antique store next to his home in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. Behind the store, he kept a small workshop where he repaired, refinished and stored items that he collected from the surrounding countryside. By the mid-1960s, Tom Seely watched the demand for antiques outgrow supply. Recognizing this shortfall, he began to make reproductions of his favorite antiques, focusing on creating new furniture that emphasized lasting design and construction. As customers increased, Tom Seely enlisted the help of local craftsmen, and the business grew into the Tom Seely Furniture company we know today where solid wood is still crafted by hand, one piece at a time, using the same fine woodworking techniques employed by early cabinetmakers prior to the 20th century. They still believe that the quality of our furniture, in both its design and construction, comes from our appreciation of the past an appreciation embodied by our founder. Whether you already own some Tom Seely antique reproductions or are viewing their furniture for the first time, we want you to know what makes their company and furniture unique.

Tom Seely Furniture builds all of the furniture by hand, one piece at a time, for you. When one of their cabinetmakers completes a piece of furniture, he/she personally signs and dates it.
Tom Seely Furniture uses the term antique reproduction in reference to both the style of their furniture and the manner in which they construct it. They dont simply make furniture to look like antiquesSeely makes furniture the way antiques were originally built.
Tom Seely Furniture works exclusively with solid wood and still use many of the fine woodworking techniques considered standard in the 19th century.
Tom Seely Furniture still makes all of their furniture in the United States. They produce about half of the furniture in an oversized workshop in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. A collection of more than 25 individual workshops many owned by Amish and Mennonite families handbuilds the remainder in Ohio and Pennsylvania.

Forest Square Shopping Center
14805 Forest Road (Rt. 221)
Suite 101
Forest, VA 24551
(Next to the Forest Post Office)