Franklin Corporation was founded in 1970 and has since achieved global recognition for its high-quality upholstered furniture, which includes a wide range of premium, handcrafted sofas, recliners, lift chairs, and more. These products are available through specialist dealers and include both the Mark Thomas and Kinsmen East brands.
Franklin Corporation Products
The Franklin Corporation product range is huge. Each product is made with the same attention to detail and quality craftmanship and includes:
- Stationary: These pieces of furniture don’t have any reclining features
- Sofa groups
- Motion: Wheeled, adjustable, and reclining sofas and other pieces of furniture
- Sofa groups
- Mark Thomas Furniture
- Kinsmen East Furniture
- Recliners: Kick-back, put your feet up, and relax
- Leather recliners
- Fabric recliners
- Lift Chairs: Made for people with limited mobility and designed to help them get into and out of their chair
- Leather lift chairs
- Fabric lift chairs
- Accent Chairs: Add a little extra style and functionality to your home
- Pushback recliners
You can buy Franklin Corporation products from licensed dealers in several states, including Mississippi and Alabama. Click this link, enter your location, and find the dealer nearest you.
More product information is available on the Franklin Corporation website and you can also speak with the dealers directly.
These products are available with limited warranties that differ from product to product. With Franklin Stationary chairs, recliners, and lift chairs, for instance, there is a one year warranty on electronics and fabrics. Additionally, there’s a three-year warranty on lift frames and mechanisms, and a lifetime warranty on seat foams, wooden frames, and metal components.
Franklin Corporation Reviews
Franklin Corporation is not accredited by the BBB and its page has 5 complaints at the time of writing, but these seem to have been resolved quickly and without further issues. Their reviews are positive, but they are also few and far between, but this is to be expected for a brand that doesn’t deal directly with customers and works through licensed dealers instead.