International Furniture Direct at Dinette Depot
International Furniture Direct is a case goods manufacturer with factories in Guadalajara and Puebla, Mexico. Our product categories range from Bedroom, Dining, Occasional Tables, Consoles, Bars, Barstools and more. With three U.S. domestic warehouses strategically situated in Phoenix AZ, Houston TX and Chicago IL, we are able to offer a warehouse program with short leading times, which helps retail stores lower their inventory commitments. We also offer the most flexible product mix truckload program in the industry where any product in our line up can be mixed in one 53' truck.
Proudly owned and operated by our Factory owners, IFD is committed to quality and service. Our unique style is characterized by the variety of materials we use, such as wrought iron, real copper and zinc, and exotic woods including mango and South American walnut. All our pieces feature mortise and tenon joinery on solid wood frames, solid wood drawers, ball bearing glides (bedroom collections), and special features like microfiber lining on top drawers of bedroom case pieces. With an experienced operation specialized in hand-crafted, old world looks, you can make sure you are obtaining the best value in hand-crafted, unique pieces.
Our environmental efforts
Over the last couple of years we have been vertically integrating our company even more by adding several automatic mills and two Italian Kiln dryers, which enables us to source different types of woods. This keeps our raw material sourcing unique and our product line fresh. For instance, product made under our sustainable woods collections are handcrafted from Mango wood. This timber comes from the Pacific and Atlantic coasts of Mexico. IFD recently purchased dozens of acres of Mango tree farm lands that were no longer productive for the food industry and turned them into beautiful furniture pieces. By taking advantage of other industry's by-products we lower the impact in our environment. This wood has a beautiful grain and its natural color varies depending on the richness of the soil where each tree grows.