About Tom Seely Furniture
Tom Seely Furniture
Tom Seely was a World War II veteran who got his start in the furniture business by selling, restoring, and repairing antique furniture in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. He realized that there was an enormous demand for the high quality vintage and antique furniture he was handling, so a new business idea came to him. He shifted his business focus to carefully crafting solid wood reproductions of the traditional style furniture that was so popular. He stayed in business for 40 years before his time came to retire. At that point in 1996 he sold his company to Gat Caperton. Gat updated some machinery and now manufactures furniture under the name Gat Greek Furniture.
Buy Used Tom Seely Furniture
OnlineBuying used furniture is an environmental and economical way to outfit your home with high end furnishings that have lasted generations. When you buy Tom Seely Furniture online from High End Used Furniture, you’re getting the benefit of our 20 years of experience in the furniture industry. We know how to treat these vintage pieces so they arrive at your door as quickly as possible without being damaged. To top it off, we offer our customers a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Shop from the comfort of your own home and rest assured that your Tom Seely furniture will arrive in great condition and ready to take its place of honor in your home.
Styling Tom Seely Furniture
The focus of Tom Steely Furniture’s earliest business was in recreations of traditional style furniture. This came to life in their beautiful solid cherry tables, dining chairs, and bedroom furniture. Chests of drawers feature delicate brass hardware but otherwise favor function over form. Dining chairs encapsulate the subtle, elegant civility that was so engrained in traditional furniture design. The rich cherry wood was hand rubbed with a finish that to this day shines through and enhances the natural beauty of the wood. These pieces will be at home in any traditionally styled home, but they also look striking paired against more modern designs.