Discover the Hulsta Difference
Distinctive Quality and Design
In 1940, Alois Hüls started a small carpentry workshop in Stadtlohn, Germany, with just ten employees. This laid the foundation for Hulsta, which continued to grow over the years, and when Karl Hüls took over the company in 1960, he transformed it into one of the best luxury furniture brands in Germany,
Since then, Hulsta has continuously been growing and adding to its product range as it now produces high-quality wardrobes, dining furniture, bedroom furniture, mattresses, living room furniture and children’s furniture.
Today, the Hulsta furniture brand is synonymous with style and quality the world over – as for three generations, Hulsta has manufactured furniture to the highest specifications, using the most state-of-the-art machinery.
While the company saw many changes over the years, what remained a constant was how Hulsta sources the very best materials and hardware from the most reputable European suppliers – thus producing a range that can be described simply as world-class.
So with Hulsta’s endless possibilities and diverse collections, you can find something to enhance every space and every corner of your home.
The Hulsta Dining room range includes a versatile collection of dining chairs, dining benches and dining tables.
Schedule a Free Design Consultation
If you need any help with your interior design project or product selection, we suggest that you book a consultation with our award-winning interior design team.
You can book a showroom visit or a virtual consultation and our designers will be in touch with you.
The Hulsta Values
At hülsta, quality assurance and safeguarding consumer interests are key priorities.
As members of the German Furniture Quality Association (DGM), we adhere to rigorous standards for testing our products.
Additionally, our modular furniture and base frames have been marked “Blue Angel” since 1996, indicating that they have low emissions and meet stringent environmental criteria, making them both eco-friendly and low in pollutants.
We also prioritise the responsible use of resources, longevity, and creating a favourable living environment while producing our furniture. To achieve this, we only use wood that is sourced from carefully managed, sustainable forestry, instead of utilising tropical wood. This not only safeguards the rainforests but also minimises transportation distance and subsequently reduces greenhouse gas emissions.