All sorts of things honor a specific place with their name, from Milwaukee power tools, to straight-out-of-West-New-York Buffalo wings, which they wanted to name "Buffalo wins", before realizing nobody would ever buy that. Crafting furniture that reps Philly 'hoods: Wren & Cooper.
W&C's a line of custom furniture created in the suburban woods by a husband/wife team (she designs, they build together), with each piece evoking a classic design movement and named for a Philly 'hood, and built using old-school techniques to guarantee solid construction and nail-free joints, also why Snoop Dogg owns a metal detector. Offerings that give your butt some place to go include the Center City lounge, which cradles you atop tufted cushions resting on a straight-and-swoopy minimal hardwood frame, and Manayunk tables/ benches, which're taper-legged jobs sporting flippable panels, one side wood and the other a cushion, because there's nothing wrong with a little extra cushion for the pushin’...over, so you can sit on the wood side. Surfaces include the Downtown dresser, whose simple shape belies the intricate finishing touches and contrasting tones of cherry and ash; the heavier-than-it-looks Fairmount bookcase; and the University City dining table that seats between 8 and 12 thanks to an 18in leaf, also what Snoop Dogg uses on his smaller nail-free spliffs.
If you like a piece but not the look, they'll work with you to decide what fabrics and textures go best in your pad, and even which woods are appropriate, and if you’re talking about Buffalo, you know it won’t be "Nor-".