Sauder Family Companies
Sauder, the leading name in ready-to-assemble, made-in-America furniture is the flagship identity of Sauder Family Companies. Although Sauder® furniture has a history nearly nine decades in the making, we’re by no means old-fashioned. Seasoned workmanship, smart design, sound construction and functional features never go out of style.
Sauder also provides environmentally friendly furniture and storage solutions for every room in the home — delivering on the look you want and the quality, function and affordability you need.
Look for our furniture at fine retailers everywhere.
Sauder Woodworking Co.
The leading manufacturer of made-in-America, ready-to-assemble furniture with select items sourced from a network of quality global partners.
For commercial office furniture, visit: www.sauder.com/commercial-office/home
For furniture dedicated to pets, visit: www.sauder.com/pet/home
Sauder Building Products™Providing value, quality, and environmentally conscious interior laminate products to the professional building materials market. Visit: www.sauderbuildingproducts.com
A universal line of wood moldings and panels compatible with most existing and new ceiling grid systems. WoodTrac also includes a line of closet systems for commercial markets, visit: www.woodtrac.com
A line of frameless kitchen cabinets for single and multi-family residential environments, visit: saudercabinetry.com
A designer and importer of wood bedroom, dining and accent furniture.
A leading U.S. manufacturer of furniture solutions for houses of worship, academia, human service and healthcare facilities.
For worship furniture products and information, visit: www.sauderworship.com
For education furniture, visit: www.saudereducation.com
For healthcare/patient room furniture information, visit: www.wielandhealthcare.com
For human service furniture information, visit: www.butlerhumanservices.com
For healthcare furniture products and information, visit: www.specfurniture.com
Historic Sauder Village
A living history museum designed to convey the lifestyle and values of the founding settlers of northwestern Ohio.