Christine and Ross: I am ecstatic! Its a beauty. So comfy and it is a perfect fit. I am always challenged with my funky living room space but Oscar is just right:) Thank you for
"Christine and Ross had unlimited patience as I flipped from one color scheme to another ... to another ... to another...."
"It is really nice to be able to walk into a furniture store and know that EVERYTHING inside is non-toxic for my family..."
Leigh N., San Lorenzo, CA
"I purchased a loveseat from Ross Endicott. I needed one that was non-flame retardant and as non-toxic as posible..."
Pam & Skip Grossman
Endicott Home Furnishings in Scarborough (in the greater Portland, Maine area) is an unusual furniture store dedicated to eco-friendly, well-made, non-toxic furniture, ideal for living well in smaller spaces. Every piece in the exclusive Condo Sofa upholstery line was created with comfort, scale and sustainability in mind. Condo Sofa is designed in Maine, and crafted in North Carolina without harmful toxins like flame retardants or added formaldehyde.
We understand how subjective seating preferences can be, and how challenging it can be to blend design elements to create a comfy setting, so we offer customization to a single chair or hardwood furniture piece to help you make the most of home. As a family run business based in Maine, we are passionate in our belief that the choices we make about how we live now will make a big difference in our environment for future generations.
Whether you live in a spacious home or are downsizing to a condo or apartment, Condo Furniture by Endicott Home is furniture that you can feel good about having in your home.
Our years of work reducing toxic chemicals in our seating designs have earned us a place on three highly regarded websites that post consumer guides to help find furniture without chemical flame retardants and other toxic chemicals. Right here in Portland, Maine, Ross and Christine Endicott received the Business Award for Endicott Home’s early leadership eliminating toxic flame retardant chemicals from its supply chain.