We regularly receive inquiries from across the U.S.A. asking if we can ship our items to another state. Yes, it is very possible, and we've worked with many satisfied customers in the past to ship furniture all over the U.S.A.; however, it can be relatively expensive.
The main issue with shipping fine furniture over long distances is ensuring that the items are adequately protected so that there is absolutely no damage while in transit.
To ship economically, the item must be packaged in such a way as to allow it to be shipped via common carrier. Using common carriers means it will typically be transferred from dock, to truck, to central hub, to another truck, to another hub, and then to another truck for delivery.
To make sure the furniture makes it to its destination unscathed, a custom packaging solution must be specially designed for that particular item, from double thick cardboard and thick padding to building a custom wooden crate. As you could imagine, this can get relatively expensive.
While we do not have in-house facilities to offer a crating or shipping service, there are companies that specialize in providing this type of service. For your convenience, we have listed a few delivery companies below with which you might inquire. This list is by no means exhaustive and we do not personally endorse any one delivery service. We do recommend that you contact more than one company for a comparison of estimates, insurance coverage, etc., and confirm that their estimate is for crating AND shipping.