for another year with you
The image above is from a New Year's postcard sent by Mark Richey Woodworking. Taken by company President Mark Richey, the picture is of the llama wall at the Choquequirao Inca ruins in Treasurer Teresa Richey's native Peru. Lesser known but similar to Machu Picchu, Choquequirao takes about two days to reach by foot. Besides a great image, it serves as the backdrop to our hope to achieve the extraordinary with you in 2019.
50 years of furniture
Following the trends
Like with fashion, what was old in corporate furniture seems to be new again.

If we look back, we see WallGoldfinger's start in the 1970s in solid wood and then veneer in recent decades. For a time, mahogany and cherry were the rage. Then it was anigre and English sycamore. And most recently it has been walnut and white oak.

As 2019 is upon us, we can’t help but notice that solid wood is making an appearance again.

A look ahead to
2018 brought great change to WallGoldfinger Furniture.

2019 will prove just as monumental.

In focus:
Starbucks NY
The Starbucks Reserve Roastery New York opened its doors last month.

From floor to ceiling (especially that ceiling), Mark Richey Woodworking was honored to make Gensler New York's vision a reality.

The photo to the left is from Starbucks' website. See more
Insider's look
Video clip: robotic finishing
We've talked a little bit about our robotic spray gun and heat and UV curing finish system. See it yourself in this short video taken recently in the factory.

WallGoldfinger Furniture, a division of Mark Richey Woodworking, produces the world's finest corporate furniture. From custom boardroom and conference tables to lecterns and credenzas to meticulously-crafted product lines – all designed with state-of-the-art, integrated technology solutions –WallGoldfinger Furniture offers responsibly-sourced, responsibly made in America furniture for the most discriminating designers and end users. 
WallGoldfinger Furniture | 168 N. Main St. | Northfield, VT | 802.278.5800