A-America at Broadway Furniture
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: A-America, out of Algona, Washington, has a backstory unlike most other furniture stores in the Pacific Northwest. Brothers John and Fred Rohrbach — both graduates of the University of Montana (go Grizzlies!) — were smokejumpers with the U.S. Forest Service who served in Vietnam. (In fact, Fred was one of the last Americans evacuated from Saigon in April 1975.)
The origins of A-America go back to 1973 when the brothers began importing ceramics from Vietnam. Soon after, they visited Taiwan and purchased antique reproductions, including solid oak dining tables, cast iron, and nautical antiques. A-America was one of the first importers of oak furniture from Taiwan and is a pioneer in the furniture import industry.
What does this mean for Broadway Furniture in Tigard? It means we can provide our customers with beautiful, quality wood furniture from A-America, which remains family-owned and operated to this very day.
A-America Types of Wood
It’s no exaggeration to say that A-America’s incredible wood furniture must be seen — and touched! — to be believed. Their products include furniture made from:
- Mango (Interesting note: A-America says its mango wood has unique “Tigard” stripes!)
Contact Broadway Furniture today to see which fabulous A-America items we have in stock and which pieces we can procure for you. Or just stop by! We’re minutes from just about anywhere in the Portland metro area.
In the meantime, check out a few favorites from our friends at A-America.
Bristol Point Server
Made of solid Asian hardwood, this wine server is a perfect dining complement for discriminating consumers. Features a dramatic, contemporary look and a deep, rich color that seems to transition from dark gray to brown undertones, highlighted by a silver finish. Three-feet high and more than four feet wide, the Bristol Point Server is a gorgeous and dynamic addition to any dining set-up.
Brooklyn Heights Dining Island
For those of you who live in … let’s call it a “space-challenged” home (i.e., a small condo or apartment), the Brooklyn Heights Dining Island represents the perfect space-saving efficiency. A transitional piece that fits both modern and traditional aesthetics, you can fully entertain and treat your guests with style without sacrificing any more space than necessary. Solid Asian hardwood and brushed nickel hardware make this a handsome and highly functional addition to your home.
Cattail Bungalow Trestle Dining Table
Do you have more room to play with? Consider the beautiful Cattail Bungalow Trestle Dining Table, featuring two 18-inch leaves to maximize surface and serving space. Inspired by the arts and crafts movement in both style and durability, the Cattail Bungalow is A-America’s updated version of a classic design and comes in either a natural or amber finish.