Jean Stoffer of ‘The Established Home’ debuts Stoffer Home line at market

Made by Cloth & Co., the line is being shown in Space 212 of 220 Elm

HIGH POINT — Jean Stoffer, known to many through the Magnolia Network television show “The Established Home,” is debuting the new Stoffer Home upholstered furniture collection at the High Point Market.

Jean Stoffer and her daughter, Grace Start

Made by Cloth & Co., a 76-year-old family-owned and women-owned brand based in Chicago, the line is being shown in Space 212 of 220 Elm.

Designed by Stoffer and her daughter Grace Start, it has 12 furniture pieces including two fully upholstered beds — a slipcover version and a platform version — two dining chairs including an armchair and a slipper chair, a swivel chair, a banquette, four ottomans, a settee and a banquette.

These pieces are available in three patterns and multiple colorways in linen and velvet. The patterns include flora and fauna in two colors, narrow stripes in three colors and a floral pattern in four colors. There are linens in six solid tones and velvets in five solid tones.

“This collection marks a crucial point of brand expansion further establishing Stoffer Home in the furniture space,” the company said, adding that “The furniture silhouettes offer a fresh take on       elegant designs, featuring stylish elements like bullion fringe and ruffles.”

The pieces also are upholstered with 100% domestically made cotton that is exclusive to the Stoffer Home collection.

Cloth & Co.’s custom model and digital print technology also offers quick turnaround and delivery times, shipping finished product in as little as two to three weeks from the time of the customer’s order.

Stoffer and Start will be at the showroom on Sunday April 14. At 4 p.m. there will be a reception where guests can meet the two designers. A limited number of signed copies of “The Established Home” and gift bags also will be available at the event.

For more information on the line, visit

Thomas Russell

Home News Now Editor-in-Chief Thomas Russell has covered the furniture industry for 25 years at various daily and weekly consumer and trade publications. He can be reached at and at 336-508-4616.

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