A playground filled with stately furniture for any preference,
Bramble Home Store offers endless possibilities of elegant,
handcrafted pieces to transform a home into a refined
yet cozy haven. With three large stores scattered throughout
Snohomish and Everett, Bramble entices prospective buyers
with quality products and customizable statement items at
The Everett showroom is reminiscent of a prodigy painter’s
museum. Whimsically oversized chandeliers loom overhead
and cast a romantic glow on plush, Victorian inspired
couches, sleek tables, vibrant vanities, delicately painted
beds, unique upholstered chairs, and more. Not one item is
identical to another, as seen in each intricate item. “All of
Bramble furniture’s wood line is manufactured in Indonesia,
solid mahogany, and bench made—so one person makes
it from start to finish,” said Everett manager Susan Lytle.
“All the furniture is made to order, and there are hundreds
of combinations for pieces in paint colors and stains. If you
want art work, a ten percent up charge and you can get
hand painted art.”
Storeowner Scott Swoboda, a Snohomish entrepreneur and
longtime resident, is a good friend with the Bramble Co.
owner, Rob Bramble. “They work together closely,” said Lytle,
“Scott designs pieces that they build for us. He’s really hands
on and involved.” The company greatly cares for their workers,
providing them with health insurance and a free, on-site
medical dispensary. Each artist and craftsperson incorporates
one-of-a-kind masterpieces into their work. The company has
also planted over 700,000 trees, hoping to plant one tree for
each piece of furniture made.
WHAT YOU’LL FIND
Only quality materials are used to make the furniture.
While there is a vast array of styled items from classic
French to modern, the Bramble Co. is famous for its
antique distressed technique.
Apart from their fabulous wood products, the store has
eye-popping fabrics to choose from and a friendly, knowledgeable
staff to make any interior décor dream come true.
“We have two fabulous private labeled upholstery lines made
for us,” said Lytle. “One is slip covers, which are all the rage
these days. In the Northwest, especially, where it’s damp and
muddy, it’s nice to know that you can take those covers off
and send them to the cleaner so they can be nice and new in
the spring after a muddy winter.”
With high end products sold at competitive prices, Bramble
Home Store is a business for Snohomish County to be proud
of. “Being able to sell this quality of handcrafted furniture, at
our price point,” said Lytle. “It’s not cookie cutter furniture.
No two pieces—even if you order them with the same
finish—are going to be alike. That’s the fun part of it.”