Where is Ethan Allen Corporate office Headquarters

Ethan Allen Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 25 Lake Avenue Extension
    Danbury, CT 06811
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 203-743-8500
  • Fax Number: 203-743-8577
  • Email: info@ethanallen.com
  • Number of Employees: 5200
  • Established: 1932
  • Founder: Nathan S. Ancell
  • Key People: Farooq Kathwari

Ethan Allen Headquarters Location & Directions

Ethan Allen Headquarters Executive Team



Farooq Kathwari

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President

Corey Whitely

Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President of Administration and Treasurer

Eric D. Koster

Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel

Daniel M. Grow

Senior Vice President of Business Development

John S. Bedford II

Vice President and Corporate Controller

About Ethan Allen, History and Headquarters Information


Ethan Allen was founded in the year 1932. The company has been active for almost 87 years now. The name of the company was after the name of the Vermont Revolutionary leader named. Ethan Allen. The founders of the company were Theodore Baumritter and Nathan S Ancell. The company was mainly started as a housewares manufacturer in 1932, then bought a bankrupt furniture factory in the Beecher Falls, Vermont, USA, in the year 1936. The firm adopted the name 'Ethan Allen' for its early-American furniture introduced in the year 1939. In the year 1972, Ethan Allen moved its headquarters from New York City to Danbury, Connecticut, USA. The Ethan Allen International Headquarters Complex includes the Ethan Allen Hotel, corporate headquarters offices, and an interior design centre as well.

The firm was sold in the year 1980 to Interco for an amount of $150 million, with Ancell remaining as an advisor. The company was sold again in the year 1989 to a management group headed by current Chairman, President, and CEO Farooq Kathwari. Then in the year 1993, the company became a limited public company in order to help raise almost $156.9 million through the sale of common stock. In the year 2004, Ethan Allen closed its Boonville, New York, USA, plant, laying off almost 250 employees. It also closed its Bridgewater, Virginia, USA, plant, also laying off 250 employees too. As of the year 2008, the company announced plans to close a dozen Design Centers too. The decision was made to consolidate the Design Centers with others that were currently serving the same market area as well. More than almost seventy per cent of its cherry, maple, and alder wood pieces are crafted in the United States. Towards the end of the year 2008, Ethan Allen began selling their products online as well. In the year 2009, the company laid off almost 238 workers from Beecher Falls, Vermont, USA, along with 93 workers remained. In the year 2009, Ethan Allen also closed the Eldred, PA manufacturing plant as well. The headquarters of the company is based in 25 Lake Avenue Extension. The name of the place is Danbury, while the name of the state is Connecticut, USA. The pin code of the area is 06811.


Ethan Allen is an American company that focuses on the manufacturing, marketing and selling of various kinds of home furnishing products as well as accessories as well, for the designing and decoration of beautiful homes. The current CEO, president and chairman of the company is Farooq Kathwari. As of the year 2017, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $763.3 million. Also, as of the year 2017, the total number of employees working at the company is more than 5,200. The company already has over 300 design centres, nine manufacturing centres and also 14 retail service centres as well. The company has its presence in the USA, Canada, Asia, Europe and even the Middle East.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail as well as an online presence to purchase various kinds of home furnishing products, that are designed, manufactured and sold by the company itself. The company is very well known for its quality customised furniture.

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  • Donna Sturgess says:

    An installer of my Ethan Allen drapes damaged a chair in my dining room. It was an accident and his leg went through the cane seat. Lots of apologies and no action to get this fixed. I am frustrated by the lack of response at the store level ( Maria). I bought the drapes from Ethan Allen and I am done chasing the installer. I am calling the store again today after another month of no follow up, so stay tuned.

  • AP says:

    Ethan Allen TV Commercial, ‘Now More Than Ever’ tv commercial and in yiu tube
    says…”we are opening our doors to SERVICE YOU safely.

    You need to remove this ad because it is offensive to say you are servicing people. That means you are providing sexual services….

    The correct word is serve.

    Read below

    nonsexual definitions of service as a verb are (1) to make fit for use, repair, or maintain; and (2) to make interest payments on a debt. But another long-accepted definition of service is to copulate with. It usually applies to the role of males in animal breeding. A less accepted but widespread definition is, simply, to have sex with or to perform a sexual act with.


    I have been trying for months now to get resolution to poor fitting cushions on a sectional. Very poor construction – they overhand the sofa by 2 inches. After one year still no resolution. Managers do not get back to me and have said that is the way it is. I could have bought better quality at Wallmart. So much for a sectional for over $4500. What a mistake! I thought they would have great customer service and quality. Not the case. I would not shop their again.

  • Linda Freemott says:

    I purchased several pieces of furniture from the San Marcos Store, February 2019. When the loveseat Arcata Model 202112, Springdown-Firm Cushions, arrived, approximately May 31,2019,
    I sat on the furniture and immediately sank into the frame, creating a large 2-3 inch gap between the back cushion and the bottom cushion. The delivery man sat down and did the same. We made note of the poor construction on the delivery sheet and I contacted our wonderful designer. Arrangements were made to ship us 2 new cushions…same as we ordered. These arrived and were the same. We then went with both cushions to the store. When the Springbdown-Firm sample in the store was laid on the cushion to our seat the sample was much smaller. We ask if the manager was in. Our designer finally got him to come out and talk to us. I showed him the difference in the size of the cushions and ask if the design engineers had taken into consideration the difference in cushion sizes when setting the specifications for our particular cushion. He had no answer, seemed very uninterested in my question and suggested we try the All Foam cushion. (he has been with EA for over 20 years). Two All Foam cushions were sent to our home. They are terrible, miserable etc. I noted when I took the back cushion and turned it without the cushion resting on the arm of the sofa, that the back cushion dropped down on to the bottom cushion and eliminated most of the gap. This sofa is terribly designed and does not represent Ethan Allen quality. We stopped payment with American Express. We have been going back and forth and the loveseat has not been picked up as of Aug. 10,2019.

    I’m writing this note on the Corporations Web-site in hopes that someone with authority will take care of this matter…I’m almost to the point of renting a truck and personally delivering to the store.

    • D L Walter says:

      I am wondering if you ever got resolution. I bought a Bennett sofa and the back cushions have been unsightly. Approximately 100 gathered areas on just one of the 22 1/2 wide cushions. And there are three cushions and they all look equally terrible.
      They took the cushions back once and put some flimsy batting around the cushions. This did not fill it out at all. All it did was get stuck in the zippers. They then made the cushions in “Firm” versus “Medium” and this made no difference either. NOW they are saying it is Acceptable Standard for Ethan Allen. Well why did you take them back twice and try to fix them.

      Buyer beware. Ethan Allen standards are not what they use to be and are not my standards. The Customer Service with an issue is terrible.

      I purchased mine in Sarasota Florida.

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