About Curtis Furniture Company
Curtis Furniture Company is a full custom cabinet shop. We are a family owned business and we build every cabinet and every piece of furniture to exactly your specifications for your project.
Need a cabinet 24 3/4″ wide? No problem. Need angles? Special wood? are you trying to match an existing piece or color? No problem. This is what we do.
Meet the Team
Peter S. Curtis Owner & Founder
Born and raised in Northern New York, Peter S. Curtis began Curtis Furniture Company in 1981. His love for woodworking while creating and designing with his hands brought him to the trade of Cabinetmaking. Peter has a love for antique heirloom creations and the true art of cabinetry. Read More....
Mark P. Curtis, Lead Cabinetmaker Project Manager
The apple did not fall far from the tree with Mark P. Curtis. Since has far back as Peter can remember his son Mark, had a true interest in his father’s work and the cabinetmaking trade.His skills started at a young age, when he started building small cutting boards and plant stands for his elementary and junior high school teachers. Read More...
Jessica Curtis-Priestley, Designer & Sales Representative
When you visit the Curtis Furniture Gallery or make an inquiry over the phone, you will most likely get to meet and talk with Jessica. Jessica has also inherited the eye of design from her father, Peter. At an early age, Jessica used to sit and watch her Dad sketch the furniture and cabinet designs that he created and presented to his customers. She would be in awe of his ability to create an image that looked so real, with just a piece of paper Read More...
Meet the Craftsman
Keith plays a big role in the building stage at Curtis Furniture. His attention to detail and building skills shows in each piece that he builds. Keith is able to read the shop layouts to any project and start the building stage of each piece. Gluing up doors, assembling cabinet boxes and dovetailing drawer boxes, are many jobs that Keith completes.
Every piece of Fine Furniture and cabinetry is defined when you start to feel each piece of solid hardwood. The sanding stage is a key role in making the end result to perfection. The sanding stage will ensure that the finish goes on nicely with no imperfects. James has a very important role at Curtis Furniture and sands and polishes every piece that goes through the shop.