With four decades of innovation and quality, Culp, Inc. supplies a wide range of mattress and upholstery fabrics across the globe. From our world headquarters in High Point, NC, we carefully manage a fully integrated platform of manufacturing and distribution facilities strategically located in the U.S., China, Canada and Turkey. Our robust supply chain allows us to quickly respond to the needs of our customers. We deliver fashion-forward, stylish fabrics with broad appeal to the largest home furnishing retailers and manufacturers.
Culp has evolved from a regional supplier to a global partner for a wide range of customers. Founded by Robert G. Culp, Jr. in 1972, Culp’s focus on continuous improvement in its manufacturing operations and a trend-savvy design team helps customers drive sales and grow market share on a global basis. At Culp, everything we do, from logistics to quality control, reflects a clear understanding of our customer’s business objectives.
Culp, Inc. manufactures, sources, and markets mattress fabrics used in all types of bedding applications, including mattresses, box springs, foundations, sewn covers and sleep accessories. Culp also produces and sources a wide range of upholstery fabrics, primarily for use in upholstered furniture. The company competes in a fashion-driven business, and we continue to differentiate ourselves by focusing on product innovation and new product introductions. In addition, Culp places great emphasis on providing excellent service to our customers and protecting our financial strength, allowing us to maintain our position as a creative, trusted and reliable supplier of fabrics to bedding and furniture manufacturers.
Culp Home Fashions (CHF) is the mattress fabric division of Culp, Inc, which markets mattress fabric to bedding manufacturers. These fabrics encompass woven jacquard fabrics, knitted fabrics, converted fabrics and sewn covers. Culp Home Fashions has manufacturing facilities located in Stokesdale and High Point, North Carolina, St. Jerome, Quebec, Canada, Turkey and China.