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Whether your company is looking for a simple box ottoman or a complicated custom designed sectional upholstery frame, you've come to the right place! We use only the strongest types of hardwood materials along with the most robust design techniques to create furniture that will last a lifetime.
Our manufacturing plants make use of some of the latest technology in CNC machining. This technique is used to insure that your upholstery frame styles will be identical every time you receive your order. Our CNC machines also save greatly on the time we require to fill your orders.
This website contains an online upholstery frame shop where you can purchase styles that were created as original designs from our CAD operations department. If your upholstery shop already has designs which you would like us to create, save, and build for you, please see our custom styles page for more information. We will be more than happy to design any style that you desire.

Lloyd and Kerry Hamblin started Hamblin Custom Furniture Frames in a single car garage over 40 years ago. During this time the only tools available for use were those borrowed from his grandfather. The company used anywhere from 20 to 150 board feet of lumber per week to manufacture upholstery frames for companies local to Salt Lake City.
Still manufacturing upholstery frames, the company outgrew the old single car garage and expanded into a 2,500 square foot building. What was once a father and son company had now expanded to include 11 employees. The business was pressing forward in the western United States during a time when it was unheard of to only build upholstery frames.
A fire burned the company building to nothing more than mere ashes on the night of July 22, 1983. The business was forced to relocate to a rental building for five months. Over this period of time, the original building was rebuilt to 10,000 square feet. The company began assembling case goods (dressers, desks, bunk beds, etc...) for businesses all around the western United States.
The business continued to expand and with the help of some great friends from Tennessee and North Carolina a second location was established. Once again, a line of upholstery frames was started. The company was producing upholstery frames and shipping them across the country.
The second generation took over and started to blend the old traditional ways with the newer ideas and technologies that were available at that time. The company offices were expanded and computer systems and CNC machines were introduced. These ideas took the company to new heights by creating a more efficient management system as well as speedy production.
The new company website and online store have been launched. Although many changes have taken place over the past few decades, two things still remain the same. We only produce the same quality furniture frames that we would want in our own homes, and most importantly we consider ourselves very lucky to have the opportunity to build furniture with our friends.