Carolina Farmstead is growing and supplying tables to happy customers and restaurants all over the country. We're proud to be sending out beautiful furniture made of wood reclaimed from old farmhouses in our home area of Eastern North Carolina, where our family has lived for generations. Since 2015, we've increased production capacity, hired new employees, and delivered furniture to homes throughout the Southeast, Mid-South, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast regions of the United States. We expect our growth to continue and our reach to expand. 

We've been featured in the media, as seen below.

Original Air Date: June 29, 2015

A Family Fears they will Never Complete their To Do List in their Mid Century Home

Dave and Sonya have spent 8 years battling a never-ending to do list in their Mid Century home. Graphic designer, Dave loves the feel of the house but Sonya is fed up with the issues that constantly appear. Will David find them a functioning home without the to do list or will Hilary make them fall in love all over again by reinventing many of the home's hotly debated spaces?

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A Chef's Life on PBS

Carolina Farmstead furniture seen on the PBS documentary and cooking series A Chef's Life featuring Chef Vivian Howard and her husband Benjamin Knight, owners of Chef and the Farmer restaurant in Kinston, North Carolina.

Handcrafted tables made in NC

Carolina Farmstead has proudly furnished a number of stylish restaurants including The Summit Room in Charlotte, North Carolina, Simply Natural Creamery & Jersey Farm in Ayden, North Carolina, and Chef & the Farmer in Kinston, North Carolina, which is owned by Chef Vivian Howard and her husband Benjamin Knight of the PBS documentary and cooking series A Chef's Life. Our furniture has appeared in multiple episodes of A Chef's Life when filming has taken place in Vivian and Ben's restaurant. 

Watch Ben Knight explain just how much the Chef & the Farmer team loves the custom farm tables we made for them on our Testimonials page.

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Photo by Janet S. Carter / The Free Press

Photo by Janet S. Carter / The Free Press

Retail Notebook: Carolina Farmstead, Belk, Edward Jones

By Margaret Fisher

Wayne Noble stood inside an old tobacco barn on the former stick tobacco farm his father, Ralph Noble of Deep Run, bought in the 1970s.

He told how he traced the farm as far back as the early 1800s through the Hardy ancestry of his mother, the late Joyce Newell Noble.

With the buzzing of saws cutting lumber in the background, Noble stood under a few of the tier poles on which he once hung rows of tobacco leaves to dry. He pointed out the sturdiness and rough finish of a table base.

He owns Carolina Farmstead, a furniture business that uses reclaimed lumber gathered from old houses and barns within a 100-mile radius from the Greene County property.

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Carolina Farmstead featured on the Good News Network

Everything changed for the Noble brothers when – after they were victims of a drunk driving accident – Justin became paralyzed and Matt suffered a traumatic brain injury.

Becoming a paraplegic made Justin unable to attend law school while Matt’s cognitive abilities prevented him from joining any work force. Without any work or prospective career opportunities, the incident wreaked havoc on their mental health.

But as fate would have it, Justin and Matt became aware that the other brother possessed the ability that they themselves lacked, making them ideal business partners.

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Carolina Farmstead awarded Best of Houzz in Customer Service

Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and design, announced the community’s picks for Best Of Houzz, a homeowner-to-homeowner guide to the top home builders, architects, interior designers, landscape pros and other residential remodeling professionals on Houzz from tile, stone and countertop pros to painters. We're proud to have been awarded the honor for 2015, 2016 and 2018.

“Houzz connects people with the best home professional for their project by providing the only 360-degree view of a professional, from their portfolio, client reviews, awards and accreditations to their work style and expertise based on their participation in the Houzz community,” said Liza Hausman, vice president of Industry Marketing for Houzz. “We’re delighted to join our community in recognizing the talented professionals on Houzz who are delivering incredible designs and delightful customer experiences.”

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