photo: Schenk and Schenk Photography
The Maloof Compound is a special place, housing two unique entities:
Sam Maloof Woodworker, Inc.
Sam Maloof's woodworking shop/studio and his showroom, carrying on the tradition of crafting exceptionally fine furniture from beautiful woods hand picked by Sam, while keeping the Sam Maloof legacy, style and craftsmanship alive.
If you are interested in purchasing Maloof furniture and would like to view examples of work in the showroom, you are welcome to schedule a visit by calling 909-987-2805, M-F between 8:00am and 4:30pm, or schedule by e-mail.
Showroom and woodshed viewing is included in the Foundation public tours.
The Sam and Alfreda Maloof Foundation for Arts and Crafts
The Maloof Historic House - (part of the National Register of Historic Homes) Sam's original hand-built home of over 50 years.
The Discovery Gardens, a lovely 5-1/2 acre native and Mediterranean plant garden.
Ninety-minute Maloof Legacy Tours, and group tours may be reserved on the Foundation website.
For furniture or woodworking enthusiasts the Foundation offers a special three-hour Master Craftsman tour led by Larry White. This tour is available by reservation on most Saturdays and provides the best experience of Sam, his shop, his historic home and his work. Check for availability and to reserve a spot by clicking here and scrolling to the Master Craftsman Tour.
Visit the Foundation page for more information or call them at 909-980-0412.
5131 Carnelian Street
Alta Loma, CA 91701 (enter Rancho Cucamonga on GPS)
- From the 10 Freeway: exit at Vineyard Avenue and drive North towards the mountains for approximately 6.25 miles.* (Vineyard turns into Carnelian Street just past Foothill.)
- From the 210 Freeway: exit at Carnelian Street and drive North towards the mountains-- approximately two miles.*
- From the 15 Freeway: take the 210 West and exit Carnelian Street. Drive North towards the mountains-- approximately two miles.*