A wooden furniture manufacturer based in Virginia, Pulaski Furniture Company got its start in 1955 with a single plant in a small town, economically depressed. Since that time, company executives have expanded the business by filling the niche markets for products such as occasional Pulaski bedroom furniture, curio cabinets and grandfather clocks and fine, exclusive furniture suites.
In the small Virginia town in 1995 founded Pulaski Furniture Corporation of the same name. The partners acquired RCA Victor plant closed in downtown Pulaski and began making Pulaski bedroom furniture at modest prices like Pulaski Furniture Corporation and veneer.
The company struggled to meet their financial obligations and maintain cash flow, so the first years were sometimes difficult. But in 1960, it acquired new Pulaski Morris Corporation, a manufacturer of auxiliary furniture such as small tables, in a move that proved to be a turning point for the company.
When Morris bought novelty, Pulaski also purchased a second manufacturing facility in Martinsville, Va. The owners then took a crucial to add elaborate and decorative crafts in wood veneers for many of its products decision, which helped to distinguish Pulaski bedroom furniture pieces manufactured by competitors.