Valued Friends and Customers,
UPDATE 4/1/2021: All of our showrooms are now open! You can find hours and directions here.
You can also live chat on our website or call to ask questions 9am to 9pm seven days a week at 1-800-582-6229..
The Covid-19 situation is still evolving. No matter the change, our first priority will always be the health and well being of our customers, staff, and partners. We are monitoring and adapting all health and safety recommendations as currently expressed by Federal, State, and Local authorities. We will be updating our procedures and policies as required for the health of our communities.
As always, our master bed makers, warehouse, and support teams are still on the payroll, ready to provide safe, reliable service.
We've been making beds and mattresses in New York since 1855.
Over that long history, we've been through good times and bad.
And have learned again and again, working together, the American spirit will always prevail.
These days a good nights' sleep is more important than ever and we're here to give you exactly that.
Looking for unique handcrafted trundle beds? You'll find them at Charles P. Rogers. Since 1855, Charles P. Rogers has been an original manufacturer of iron and brass beds, daybeds, trundle beds and bedding. Over time, we have added headboards, wrought iron and wood bed styles, and linens to our product line.
Every Charles P. Rogers trundle bed is made by hand by exceptionally gifted craftsmen, much as they were over a century ago. Our styles are tried and true classics. For convenience and flexibility, they are sized to fit modern mattresses yet appropriately proportioned in all dimensions and accurate to the original designs. Decorative parts and details are carved, cast or forged using original patterns from our archives.
Our linens are custom made to our specifications by the oldest mills in Europe and America. They are designed to look good and last for a long time. We feature a special selection of linens for daybed sets, including duvet covers, bed skirts and dust ruffles.
By necessity we have remained a small company as our products cannot be mass-produced. The advantage for you is that our staff knows and cares how a bed is made and how to get it to your home efficiently and economically.
Since our inception, we have been unique in that we manufacture and sell our products directly to the public from our Manhattan factory showroom or by mail or phone in our catalog. Our stores in New Jersey, Florida, and King of Prussia, PA are also open to the public. Products listed on our website and in our catalog are currently in production or in stock allowing us to offer substantial savings from our regular made-to-order prices.
To order, simply visit or call one of our showrooms. We look forward to assisting you in any way possible.