We are Forom

Philosophy & Social Impact

At FOROM, we believe in fair trade practices. We source consciously to support small, family-owned manufacturers. We empower artisans from around the world who produce handcrafted small-batch items of high quality. Our globally curated designs combine timeless tradition and practical comfort with modern functionality.

We believe in high value from treasured pieces that last through legacies. We incorporate new or vintage inspired designs with traditional handmade fabrication so they never go out of style. Our pieces coordinate with each other in perfect harmony since our classic color schemes revolve around earthen tones and natural hues. We offer furnishings to last through the years in durable raw materials including cane, rattan, marble, wood, glass, and stone.

Forom Collections: Quality - Process & Sustainability

Our business model of cutting out the middleman keeps our prices lower for our customers while we fairly pay our artisans. High quality, distinctive furniture made accessible. We do, through our experience and expertise, what few retailers can.

We are continually seeking out, exploring, and forming new relationships with family size local manufactories, connecting with handcrafters artisans on a personal level. No big faceless factories or corporations in China. Just honest agreements fostering healthy business practices and growth.

We also help sustain our planet by fostering the use of organic material in furniture. All pieces are durable which reduces the needless waste of furniture that ends up discarded after a short period of use. 9.8 million tons of furniture become landfill every year, as its poor materials and workmanship turn it into trash. FOROM furnishings by our trusted manufacturers are created to be treasured and last a lifetime.

Materials like cane, jute, natural plant fibers like cotton, rayon and linen, and woods are not only high quality, comfortable and guaranteed to stand the test of time. They are environmentally friendly to cultivate and make products with. This, in turn, reduces our carbon footprint, contributing to the sustainability of our world today.