Luther Quintana started his eponymous firm in 1987 and since then has become the premier purveyor of fine furniture and curtains to the design trade. His “get it done” attitude and unpretentious approach has garnered approval from some of the most respected designers and tastemakers in New York. His attention to detail is unrivaled. More importantly, his fervor for finishing each project well and on-time are the cornerstones of his firm.
Luther Quintana Upholstery is a full service upholstery firm with locations in NYC, Brooklyn and Suffolk County. Full service meaning that we build furniture from the frame stage until the very last tack or stitch, we make our own frames, paint them, prepare and upholster. The advantage of our full service capabilities is that our customers can see EVERY SINGLE STEP as their ideas turn into luxurious goods. Our drapery department and showroom are located in Chelsea and have an additional showroom in Deer Park, New York. Our staff of 30 well-trained professionals are ready to take projects of any size.
Our approach is simple, work hard and keep our customers happy. Luther Quintana Upholstery has that hard work ethic instilled by our founder and carried on by his daughter, son, and by the versatile employees, many of which have been part of the firm since its inception.
Works by Luther Quintana Upholstery can be seen in all the major home decor publications and in books by some of the most recognizable names in design. Each piece of furniture and every curtain photographed and published is a true testament to the hard work and dedication Luther Quintana and his firm have for their craft.
Deer Park, NY
“The work environment is extremely inviting and progressive. The office is very open minded. The operations manager is enthusiastic about teaching and is also open to new ideas. As my position solidifies , I more responsibilities allowing myself to grow and take advantage of new opportunities. I am also given a lot of exposure to business and the intricacies of running a business. Along with this, comes exposure to marketing and design of not only furniture but of the website and other customer connected interfaces. ”