Dear Friends + Family of Pompy,

WE’RE OPEN! Our sales and support teams are working from home and are eager to help!

We’re working as hard and fast as we can to respond to changes so that we can continue to support our employees and customers. You can read more about our values and commitments at the end of this announcement, but here is the pertinent information:

How to Reach Us

Give us a call: 800.841.6671

Send us an email:

Live Web Chat: click the chat bubble in the bottom right of your screen

Text message us: 802.785.4851

About our Showrooms

Due to government orders, and to protect the health and safety of our employees and community, we have temporarily close all Pompy showrooms and offices. We look forward to reopening when it is both safe and legal to do so.

As noted, we’re still working from home and are committed to providing the same support and service you have always received from our incredible Pompy sales and design team.

You can also tour most of our showrooms virtually here.

Order Status and Availability

At the order of governor Phil Scott, all "non-essential business” has been ordered to close as of 5pm Wednesday, March 25 through April 15. As we proudly build all Pompy furniture in the State of Vermont, we expect the closure to potentially result in up to a 3-week delay on new built-to order orders, as well as orders currently in production.

In-Stock Inventory

Shop our In-Stock Store for incredible deals on furniture that’s already built and on our showroom floors.

Delivery Update

Like with our showrooms, due to government orders, and to protect the health and safety of our employees and community, we have temporarily suspended all Pompy furniture deliveries. We look forward to brining your handcrafted Pompy furniture to your home when it is both safe and legal to do so.

Current Sales and Promotions

  • 30% off all new built-to-order furniture (40% off Office furniture)
  • Bonus $200 savings on all orders over $2,000 with code: VERMONTMADE
  • Up to 50% off all in-stock items

See sale details on our Sale Page.

Now, on a more personal note...

For nearly 50 years we’ve been building sustainably sourced, handcrafted Vermont-built furniture. It’s not the least expensive way to build something, but we’ve always believed there’s no better way. For us, it’s a matter of values. Here are our priorities:

  • Our Employees: This is our family. Our business supports more than 100 families directly—many of whom have been building Pompy furniture for decades. When we extend that to our suppliers and parters, it’s thousands. Like any family, our top priority is to support our people as best we can. Like many small and medium businesses, our ability to maintain operations, meet payroll, and ultimately help put food on everyone's tables depends on our customers buying our products. It’s for this reason we’ve moved quickly to virtualize our showrooms, bring showroom inventory onto our website, and enhance our web experience with realtime chat and support.
  • Our Community: We live and build some of the world's best furniture in a small town on the Vermont/New Hampshire border. We’re blessed to be surrounded by people, families, and businesses who are always willing to lend a helping hand. Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen our friends and neighbors donate their time and energy to help one another. Local general stores have begun offering free delivery of food and supplies to our most vulnerable population, local restaurants have joined in. We’re also blessed to be in the shadows of one of the world's premier higher-education institutions and a world-class hospital at Dartmouth. The response from our educators and medical community is extraordinary.
  • Our Customers: Our customers have ALWAYS been the lifeblood of our business. Quite literally, our customers are the reason we exist. Without your support for our products, your belief in our values and your appreciation for quality, American-made furniture, we wouldn't be in business today.

We’re so proud to be part of this community—to be Vermonters, New Englanders, Americans. It’s heartening to see that in times like these, fraught with political and philosophical differences, we set aside those differences and come together (even when that means staying apart) when it matters most.

Please stay safe during these challenging times,

Dwight Sargent