Henredon's commitment to working great designers has a long history.
In the 1950s, the famous architect of "prairie style," Frank Lloyd Wright, designed a collection of furniture for Heritage-Henredon, a cross-licensing venture of Henredon and Heritage (now Drexel Heritage).
For more details and some pictures of the Frank Lloyd Wright pieces for Heritage-Henredon:
- The Highpoint Museum's blog has some pictures and details about the Frank Lloyd Wright collection
- The Wisconsin Historical Museum has some examples of Heritage-Henredon pieces by Frank Lloyd Wright in their collection
- PrairieMod posted some details about a great guide to the Heritage-Henredon Frank Lloyd Wright collection
How many companies can say that pieces they created for homes and families ended up being so special that collectors and museums are excited about them? Henredon is still committed to working with amazing designers to create furniture that will gain beauty and value over time.