Modern furniture made right, right here in the USA.

Washington, United States · 103 Sales


Modern furniture made right, right here in the USA.

Washington, United States 103 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
Andy Johnson

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Andy Johnson


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5 out of 5 stars
Jonathan Chicquette

Jonathan Chicquette on Mar 1, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Great products as always and amazing service!

ryan rude

ryan rude on Jan 26, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

The lamp is stunning! We couldn't be happier with our purchase and Ample was great to buy from, a quickly communicating seller. Thanks!

Thomas Walsh

Thomas Walsh on Nov 21, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

So no one reading this doubts that it's an expensive option, but I have long-term habit of buying things I plan will last longer than me. When I first read the description, that this is a tripod floor lamp "done right," it sounded a bit like a Florence Knoll complex, and that's a spot in history no one can touch. But as I looked at options, the shape of the legs the solidity of the hardware, I decided that I'd likely regret any other purchase, so I went for it. The cream shade and red cord are perfect at keeping the lamp lighthearted when the shape of the walnut legs might be too elegant. Once in place and on, I have no doubts. It even plays well with the Miconos on the ceiling of the same room. Sometimes gritting your teeth over a price totally pays off. I have nothing to regret. :)

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Modern furniture made right, right here in the USA.

I founded Ample in 2010 around the notion that fresh, approachable, well-made modern furniture can be designed and produced in the United States.

The inspiration for Ample was the number of people I talked to who couldn't find the furniture they wanted. They found themselves bored with the traditional designs at the big stores and discouraged by the prices at the boutique design stores. More than one confessed to ending up at a certain Swedish mega retailer on the premise that if they couldn't find the right piece of furniture, they would spend as little as possible on something to fill the space.

What a shame.

In the middle of the 20th century, America made a lot of furniture. The best of this era was beautiful, practical, well-built, and designed for everyone. You didn’t have to live in an architectural masterpiece or forgo your child’s college tuition to own it. Or put it together yourself from a box of parts.

Since then, a lot of furniture production has moved to other countries, and the term “modern” has become synonymous with cold, uncomfortable, and unaffordable. I hope Ample will play a part in reversing that trend.

Ample products are made in Seattle, Washington with a strong preference for local materials and a deep conviction that furniture can and should be built to last a lifetime - or two.

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  • Andy Johnson


    Engineer, designer, relentless perfectionist, avid fly-fisherman, fanatic hockey fan, father-to-be. And I run a furniture company, which is the best job I've ever had.

  • Metalworking shop

    Auburn, WA, United States

    This local metal shop fabricates the legs for my coffee tables and side tables. They have some really cool hydraulic benders that help ensure consistency.

  • Lamp shade manufacturer

    New Brunswick, NJ, United States

    There aren't too many companies in the US making lamp shades these days. The one I work with is the very best of them. Every shade is built to my specs by hardworking folks who care about quality as much as I do.

  • Morgan The Stitcher

    Seattle, WA, United States

    Morgan is a guy in Seattle who sews. He also welds, repairs car wheels, listens to death metal incessantly, and loves his pet fish. He's one of the more interesting people I have met through Ample. And the man can sew.

  • Mike and Damien (woodworkers)

    Seattle, WA, United States

    Mike and his assistant Damien are trained furniture makers and the only people in Seattle I trust for woodworking that meets my standards for beauty and quality.

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Last updated on October 20, 2014

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I want you to be 100% thrilled with your new furniture. I accept returns for any reason within 14 days. The buyer is responsible for return shipping.