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Johnston Casuals
Johnston Casuals was founded by Joe Johnston in 1980. Coming from generations of craftsmen and woodworkers who themselves started furniture manufacturing companies. Joe's company however specializes in modern contemporary steel furniture. He refers to it as "furniture as art." Designed with the help of leading New York designers, Johnston Casuals offers collections of barstools, chairs, tables, bars, bookcases and more. Visit LifeStyles Furniture to learn more about this line of contemporary modern steel furniture.

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Dining Chairs
Dining Chairs
Dining Tables
Dining Tables
Bar & Counter Stools
Bar & Counter Stools
Bars
Bars
Occasional Tables
Occasional Tables
Casual Benches
Casual Benches
Serving Carts
Serving Carts
Bookcases & Wine Racks
Bookcases & Wine Racks
Pedestals
Pedestals
Johnston Casuals Fabrics
Johnston Casuals Fabrics
Johnston Casuals Leathers
Johnston Casuals Leathers
Johnston Casuals PVC Vinyls
Johnston Casuals PVC Vinyls
Johnston Casuals Suedes
Johnston Casuals Suedes
Johnston Casuals Metal Finishes
Johnston Casuals Metal Finishes
 


History of Johnston Casuals:
The history of Johnston Casuals goes back to 1905 when Andrew Baline Johnston a wood worker began a business of hand crafting coffins. In the 1920's he would expand into making Bedroom Furniture out of American Red Oak in North Carolina and a legacy of hand crafted furniture manufacturing was born. Andrew's son Richard would go on to form is own furniture manufacturing company in 1958 called Drew Furniture. These two companies would eventually merge into American Drew. Andrew's grandson Joe Johnston would follow in the family tradition of furniture manufacturing and started working for the family business in 1968 through high school and college. Joe would eventually buy a metal contemporary furniture factory in North Carolina in 1980 and renamed it Johnston Casuals.