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If you’ve been considering an order of Huston & Company furniture for your home, now’s the time. Place your order by May 30th and for every $1,000 you spend, we’ll send a $100 gift certificate to the library of your choice.

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At Huston & Company, we love libraries. We believe libraries are essential to the wellness of our communities. We believe time spent in libraries is fortifying and restorative. By building fine custom furniture for libraries throughout the country, we hope to enhance the environments where people learn, contemplate, teach and explore.

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WVU - Our Recent Installation

Our friends at STRADA in Pittsburgh worked with us to design a suite of furnishings for the Law Center at West Virginia University. The furnishings were completed and installed recently and our friend, Matt Wargo, photographed the installation for us.

The project consisted of end panels, grouped study carrels, ganged study carrels, half carrels and tables; all of quartered cherry with a custom stain and steel accents.

Huston & Company installation at WVU Law Center, custom, cherry, library furniture, Maine

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Reading Tables, library, West VA Univ, law library, by Huston and Company, handcrafted

The details such as metal space divisions in tabletops, lighting in carrels, and metal accents on the end panels really brought this project together.
Reading tables in WVU law center, made by Huston and Company, Maine

Grouped study carrels, library furnishings, custom, handmade, cherry

study carrels, West VA University, Law Center, Maine, Kennebunkport, Huston

The custom stain on these pieces really highlights the grain of the cherry, giving it lots of life. This was a great project. We enjoyed the process from beginning to end and the folks at WVU and STRADA seem pleased with the result.