- Luxurious furnishings made to order using traditional hand-crafting techniques and manufactured in a single factory fully controlled by the company in Valencia, Spain.
- Renowned for the use of exquisite marquetry and veneers, and for drawers and cabinets that look as good on the inside as they do on the outside.
- Unique, European-influenced designs are produced with the needs and proportions of the U.S. Market in mind. The ability to maintain high quality while making modifications in size, finish, hardware, and configurations are part of the appeal here.
A third generation, family run company with more than 80 years in business, Hurtado’s heritage dates to 1940 in Valencia, Spain, when Anna Hurtado’s grandfather began making exquisitely carved altar pieces for churches in marble and wood. Today, the company is well known to designers, showrooms and better furniture stores as a leading manufacturer that holds true to the hallmarks and traditions of its brand, with a notable presence not only in Spain, but throughout Europe, the Middle East, and South America, the U.S. and India.
Renowned for its emphasis on high quality and attention to detail, Hurtado still produces every piece of furniture using traditional handcrafting techniques with an emphasis on artisan craftsmanship. Offerings across categories are inspired by different cultures and time periods, with a notable European influence in both traditional and contemporary designs.