Each piece of custom furniture from Huston & Company is designed to enhance the aesthetics of its surroundings. Found in fine academic institutions and libraries, as well as professional spaces from government buildings to small businesses, Huston furniture adds to the atmosphere of graceful permanence inherent in places of intellectual engagement, learning and professionalism.
Huston & Company furniture is custom-designed and finished to withstand hard, regular use in public settings such as libraries, academic spaces and meeting/conference rooms. Each piece of Huston furniture will last for generations, while retaining its beauty, warmth and functionality, providing your school, library or office with longevity that equates to real value. Our guarantee, one of the best in our industry, tells you that we stand behind the integrity of our work.
Custom Built to Last
At Huston & Company, we create custom furniture that is aesthetically and functionally ideal for each unique environment, be it a college or university, library or professional office. We know that appearances are important, functionality is indispensable and a sense of prestige comes from within an institution.
Printable Case Studies
We know that as you begin your discussion about furnishings for your project, you’ll need some parameters around cost and design. Our case studies, based on actual projects that we’ve completed, include rich imagery and cost ranges that can help inspire and influence budgeting and planning.
What can we build for you?
Having a piece of custom furniture designed and built by Huston & Company is simple, straightforward and rewarding. It can be done in person in the showroom, by phone or by email.
- Thomas Memorial LibraryWe delivered a variety of display bookshelves to the Thomas Memorial Library in Cape Elizabeth in 2018 and just last…
- 2019 Modern Library AwardsIt is with great excitement that we share the news that Huston & Company’s handcrafted custom library furniture has been…
- Kennebunk Free LibraryWe recently had a chance to swing by the Kennebunk Free Library to take some updated photos of the ongoing…