Hi, we’re Lundy. We’re on a mission to create furniture that makes you excited to come home everyday.
Our focus on sustainability
Sustainability is more than a buzzword. It’s a belief that we have a duty to do right by our planet. At Lundy, our approach to sustainability is baked into each piece we create:
- Exclusive use of sustainably harvested, FSC-certified hardwoods.
- Local production and sourcing domesic lumber minimizes our carbon footprint (relative to overseas shipping practices).
- We use only food-safe oil finishes (not only do we believe this is best for customers’ homes, but frankly I don’t want my team to breathe toxic chemicals either).
- Furniture built to last a generations won't end up in the landfill.
Fully customizable, uniquely yours.
Need a table to fit an exact space? Are you having trouble finding a bench that fits your entryway? We can change the dimensions of any piece to create a one-of-a-kind piece for your unique home.
Each piece is made of solid, FSC-certified north Amercian Ash, White Oak, Cherry and Walnut. We hand-select our lumber for quality and clarity, and put great care into chosing the most pristine boards for each piece we make.
Made to order in the USA.
There is a proud centuries long tradition of furniture making right here in the US. We are excited to join that tradition and are committed to designing, prototyping, testing, and building each Lundy piece here in our Colorado-based studio. By manufacturing everything here, we can minimize our carbon footprint and deliver customized and bespoke pieces to you in the shortest lead time possible.
Owner & Founder
Mike began building furniture at an early age, taught to use a radial saw arm by his mom at just seven years old. With a formal education in economics and a career background in product development and tech operations, Mike launched Lundy to fuse his expertise in the fundamentals of business and consumer experience with his passion for furniture design and production.
Co-founder & Head of Production
Dennis started building furniture when he was barely twelve years old, and ultimately formalized his education in furniture at the renowned North Bennet Street School before gaining experience in the shops of established furniture designers and restorers around New England. His commitment to tradition is matched with an eagerness for evolution in the furniture industry, ensuring Lundy craftmanship will lead to the creation of pieces that will become heirlooms for generations to come.