Croft House founder Riley Rea got his start in 2009 making furniture in a garage on the corner of Croft and Clinton Avenues in West Hollywood (hence the name “Croft House”) and selling his pieces on Craigslist. Now, with his business partner Alex Segal, he presides over a downtown LA workshop and displays and sells his well-priced furniture at a showroom across town on La Brea Avenue. Over the years, the line has evolved beyond its Etsy-ish reclaimed wood origins; here’s a look at the latest offerings, which have a more clean-lined modern look.
Above: Croft house founders Alex Segal and Riley Rea.
Above: The custom-made Rivera Sectional has an industrial steel base, a walnut frame, leather straps, and poly/down filled cushions; prices start at $6.250.
Above: A detail of the Granada Coffee Table ($1,350), which has an industrial steel frame and Carrara marble top.
Above: The Sierra Chair has an industrial steel frame, cotton webbing straps, and down-filled cushion; $1,075.
Above: The Parota Live Edge Coffee Table has industrial steel legs and is $2,025.
Above: The Railcar Table is made from reclaimed Douglas fir and industrial steel; prices start at $1,725 for the 72-inch size. (For more on the chairs, see Object Lessons: The Penguin Chair, a Midcentury Best Seller, Is Back.)
Above: The Rivera Console has a metal frame and walnut sliding doors; $3,250.
Above: The Mossam Platform Bed has an industrial steel frame and a reclaimed wood headboard; $3,250.