Beaufort Furniture Company is a green company producing quality furniture with as little environmental impact as possible!


Beaufort Furniture Company proudly provides quality furniture that is 100% Made in the USA!








About the Shop


Look around our small shop in Rougemont, North Carolina and you won’t find state-of the-art equipment.  No CNC machines or robots.  No conveyor belts or automatic sprayers.  You will find, however, a handful of highly knowledgeable, highly skilled, and highly talented men and women who have a passion for woodworking, and hundreds of years of experience between them.  Each piece of our furniture is made the way we were taught: One piece at a time.  The result is a completely unique, heirloom quality piece of furniture.



Andy Birmingham


   Andy’s love for building fine things, custom homes, fine architectural woodwork and furniture has been a focus of his family for 5 generations.  His great-great grandfather built the Hamlet Train Station, now on the national register of historical buildings. His great grandfather was known for making Victorian millwork for fine homes around Anson County, North Carolina. Andy has a table in his office built of Victorian ginger bread his great grandfather made.
Andy’s grandfather was also a builder, and a lumber and millwork supplier. As a result of the great depression, Andy’s grandfather moved his family from Anson County to Durham, North Carolina seeking work.  While George Birmingham Sr. was building in Durham and across eastern N.C., his sons went off to fight with the US Navy Seabees in WWII.
Upon their return, George Sr. and George Jr. went into business together. When George Sr. retired to focus on his second love of hunting and fishing, George Jr. worked in the triangle building many fine homes for some of the most notable residents of Durham & Chapel Hill. George Birmingham Jr. retired in 1986.
Andy then took the reins of the family business, continuingto build fine homes.  In the 1990’s Andy started his millwork business, and continued building and providing fine millwork to his company and other builders, both residential and commercial. Andy’s millwork companies have provided fine millwork to builders from the mountains to the coast.  As we rolled into the 21st century, things were changing in many ways for all of us.  Andy was divorced, and remarried a few years later to Dr. Sharon Eck. As they moved forward with their lives, along came the great recession, and Andy chose to cease building of homes and focus on his millwork manufacturing business.  His passions for creating fine things from wood then lead him to transform his millwork company into The Beaufort Furniture Company. 



Jenna Scibal


Jenna grew up in Morehead City, North Carolina. Graduating from West Carteret High School in 2006 she went on to earn her degree in Interior Design at Carteret Community College here in Carteret County, North Carolina. Jenna joined the leadership team to open Beaufort Furniture in August of 2013. As the Store Manager she welcomes you and listens to your home decorating ideas and needs, and is glad to help with any of your home furnishing needs. Jenna now lives in Marshallberg, North Carolina with her husband and two dogs