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How to Request the Ethan Allen Furniture Catalog

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Ethan Allen catalogs have many branches and catalogs that are available online, offering choices from living rooms to dining rooms, from bedrooms to office and even interior decors to outdoors. Apart from that, they also offer free design service and design ideas!

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Every Ethan Allen catalog is just a few clicks away

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There are 39 Ethan Allen catalogs available online. You are just a few clicks away from Muses, Ethan Allen’s 328-page book of timeless inspiration for decorating your home inspired by art, architecture, dance, drama, history, laughter, love, music, poetry, and spirit. You can download a combination of story and style in Ethan Allen’s Disney book. You can browse the Journey of American Style, and take a look at inspirations from National Pet Month — and enjoy every catalog Ethan Allen has released since 2017.

Every Ethan Allen online catalog is a wish book that will never wear out. Any piece of furniture you see in an Ethan Allen catalog is available from an Ethan Allen showroom or can be created for your custom order. Online catalogs include up to date information on clearance sales and special deals.

And if you prefer to pore over beautiful furniture in print, become an Ethan Allen member. For just $100 per year, yes, you will receive every new catalog in print. But you will also receive:

  • 20 percent off on all styles,
  • Free home delivery, and
  • Special 24-month financing.

Waiving in-home delivery charges for Ethan Allen members save you $199 on every order of $1000 or more. And you will get every new catalog along with notification of every price reduction and every sale automatically as long as you maintain your membership.

But you can also see Ethan Allen furniture in local showrooms

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Ethan Allen is one of the largest manufacturers of furniture in the United States. There are about 300 Ethan Allen showrooms in cities large and small in the United States, and additional stores in Canada, Europe, and the Middle East. It’s at these showrooms that customers can find even more opportunities to customize their furniture exactly to their personal taste and decor.

Ethan Allen catalogs are a great place to hone the questions you have about your home design and decoration. As you scroll through your Ethan Allen catalog you may be thinking about the perfect fabric for your new sofa. Or the Disney motif that would bring your children the most joy in their playroom. Or which chandelier would accent your antique furniture in your formal dining room.

It’s only natural to be concerned that what you see in a catalog is not what you will get delivered to your home when you order it. Ethan Allen designers take the guesswork out of ordering new furniture.

Just visit your nearest Ethan Allen design center. The staff at Ethan Allen showrooms aren’t just salespeople. They are designers. They are there to help you resolve any design dilemmas and maybe to point out some design possibilities you missed.

No appointment is necessary to visit with a designer at an Ethan Allen Design Center. You can make a date for a designer to visit your home. Choose from hundreds of styles and fabrics for Ethan Allen to design the perfect furniture to complement your lifestyle. And in a few days to a few weeks — depending on how unique you need your design to be — you will have exactly the furniture you want in exactly the styles and colors you want to be delivered and set up in your home.

Some Ethan Allen catalog FAQ’s

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Ethan Allen is dedicated to making the highest quality furniture that is the best match for the lifestyle, architecture, and existing collection of each customer. Ethan Allen offers services far beyond the pages of its catalogs. But the Ethan Allen catalog is the place to start. Here are the questions people new to the company ask most frequently about the Ethan Allen catalogs.

How often is a new Ethan Allen catalog released?

Ethan Allen puts out new catalogs about every other month, but no Ethan Allen catalog is ever out of date. Any product in any Ethan Allen catalog is either available from an Ethan Allen showroom, is waiting for you in an Ethan Allen inventory facility, or can be custom-made for you at an Ethan Allen manufacturing plant.

Where are the prices in my Ethan Allen catalog?

The online catalog includes the current price of each piece, both the rack rate and the price after the 20-percent discount for Ethan Allen members. Online prices sometimes reflect further price reductions for items on sale. Current prices of furniture you see in the print editions of the catalogs are available online or over the phone at 888.324.3571 (203.763.4525 for text) or by email at

Does the Ethan Allen catalog showcase full interiors or just individual products?

Every item in the Ethan Allen catalog is displayed as part of a room design. You will know exactly how it fits with other pieces, and maybe see some furniture that you didn’t even know you needed. Everything sold by Ethan Allen is designed to work as part of an ensemble of beautiful furniture.

Are there any restrictions on requesting the catalog?

Almost anyone with Internet access can view the Ethan Allen catalog collection online. To get printed copies of old Ethan Allen catalogs, just ask at an Ethan Allen Design Center. And to be sure you get the latest print editions of the Ethan Allen catalogs, become an Ethan Allen member.

What are some similar catalogs?

If you love the beautiful interior design, you will love the best furniture catalogs. Furniture stores, including second-hand furniture stores, offer curated collections of their offerings in multiple catalogs, each grouped around a theme. If you haven’t chosen the theme for your home design, you may want them all!

Nearly all stores hide special deals in their online catalogs. The more you browse, the more you will save. And print catalogs are fun to browse through.

Here are five catalogs you may enjoy as much as Ethan Allen’s.

  • Restoration Hardware curates over 2,500 pages of inspired design. Although it is possible to spend more at Restoration Hardware on your teen’s bedroom suite than on your teen’s college education, the Restoration Hardware catalog offers endless possibilities for your home’s interior, exterior, and children’s room, plus collections of rugs and furniture for ski slopes and the beach.
  • If the price tags at Restoration Hardware scare you away, there is an equally extensive but far less expensive collection of furniture at IKEA. IKEA became a globally recognized brand by featuring inexpensive, functional (well, functional if you can follow instructions), and elegant design displayed in the rooms where it is used. Even you don’t like fighting the crowds to walk through a maze at an IKEA store (your writer usually just stops for meatballs), the room decor ideas in the IKEA catalog are a great inspiration for filling starter homes and college dormitory rooms. IKEA updates its catalog once a year.
  • The Pier 1 Imports catalogs are massive. You can use them as coffee table books. And a new Pier 1 Imports catalog is issued every month. They are all great for seasonal inspiration.
  • Wayfair, the jingle tells us, has just what you need. Their digital platform offers over 14,000,000 items from nearly 12,000 vendors. Wayfair has so many offerings in-home furnishing that it operates not just one but five websites, Wayfair, AllModern, Birch Lane, Joss & Main, and Perigold. Wayfair products are sold internationally online, but Wayfair’s physical catalog is only available to customers in the United States.
  • Pottery Barn isn’t a retailer to the elite. But it is a retailer of everything needed to finish out most homes. Pottery Barn catalogs offer selective and careful curation of furniture for every home, along with bedding, linens, bathroom decor, and table settings for a variety of tastes and a range of budgets.

All of these catalogs plus collections for Ashley Furniture, Ballard Designs, the Country Door Catalog, Crate and Barrel, Design within Reach, Frontgate Furniture, Jonathan Adler, The Lakeside Collection, Laura Ashley, Plow & Hearth, west elm, and Williams and Sonoma are linked through Homestratosphere’s Collection of 18 Favorite Furniture Catalogs. But for personal attention from a designer who is available to come to your home without cost or obligation, see Ethan Allen.

The Ethan Allen Story

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Ethan Allen was a prominent and controversial figure in the American Revolution. Leading a battalion of “irregular” troops known as the Green Mountain Boys, Allen collaborated with the later-infamous Benedict Arnold to win the Battle of Ticonderoga when colonists and the British were united in fending off the French. After the Declaration of Independence, Allen became a fierce enemy of British sympathizers as he fought for independence and statehood for Vermont. In his later years, Allen advocated for a religious philosophy that came to be known as Transcendentalism. Rude, ribald, and brave, Ethan Allen earned the scorn of the monied establishment of his time but was adored as a hero to the people of Vermont.

The company we now know as Ethan Allen was incorporated in 1932 under a completely different name, as the T. Baumritter Company. Ted Baumritter and his brother-in-law Nat Ancell founded a small Vermont furniture factory and cultivated a well-deserved reputation for building heirloom furniture at reasonable prices. Weathering the Depression, the T. Baumritter Company made a policy of making any style it had ever made available throughout the lifetimes of its customers. That way families could acquire one piece of furniture at a time with the assurance that they could always complete their collection. After World War II, the T. Baumritter Company opened showrooms where customers could see how pieces of furniture worked together in-room displays, and consult with salespeople trained in design.

In 1970, the T. Baumritter Company formed a joint venture with a young entrepreneur named Farooq Kathwari. The new company became known as Ethan Allen, went public, raised over $150 million in venture capital, and expanded its operations to include artisanal furniture from all over the world.

In 2020, the 5,200 employees of Ethan Allen Global at nine manufacturing plants, 14 distribution centers, and over 300 showrooms continue to take pride in the uncompromising quality in styles ranging from casual to classic. And even though they sell nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars worth of furniture to nearly one million customers every year, they still maintain the infinite palate of choices that help every customer choose furniture that becomes truly their own.