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About Us

Welcome to Oskar Huber Furniture & Design

 

History

History

Oskar Huber, Sr. was an artisan who made upholstered furniture, one exceptional piece at a time. Trained in Germany, he emigrated to the United States at the age of 21. He then worked at an upholstery shop in Philadelphia. In 1927, he opened Oskar Huber Furniture on Rising Sun Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia. Our company has evolved and currently has two locations – one in Pennsylvania and one in New Jersey. We are now a 3rd and 4th generation family owned and operated business.

Oskar Huber Furniture was founded on the virtues of exquisite design and quality craftsmanship. In our stores today, you can trust that we have only the finest quality furnishings and home accents; collections curated from skilled artisans scattered across the globe. Our commitment to excellent home furnishings originated with Oskar Sr and remains at the forefront of our philosophy today. His legacy, along with our longstanding knowledge of furniture construction, has honed our eye for quality.

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How can we help you create a beautiful and comfortable home that fits your life?

When you visit an Oskar Huber showroom, you’ll see the incredible variety and boutique-quality of our home furnishings collection. Our Southampton showroom displays standout classic and transitional styles while our Long Beach Island showroom celebrates a blissful beach aesthetic that complements sand and surf.

We’ve taken the importance of quality furnishings forward and added a multitude of custom order options to provide our customers with furnishings as unique as themselves. We strive to provide customized solutions that meet the needs and wants of our clientele instead of the cookie cutter approach many retailers employ today. In addition, our design services range from assisting clients in the showroom to creating tailored solutions in their home where we measure the space and visualize traffic patterns, etc. Either way, you will be treated personally and professionally to achieve the look and comfort you desire.

Southampton Showroom

Tour our unique showrooms, talk to our friendly and talented staff. Discover fresh, fashion forward inspiration. Innovative solutions personalized for you with a level of service that comes with enormous integrity. This is what the Oskar Huber family business has steadily built on since 1927 and continues today. Come see the latest looks, the most exciting trends in home décor. We’ll give you room to express yourself!

 

Southampton Showroom
Living Room Design

Our Values

Being environmentally responsible. Supporting the community. What’s important to our clients is what’s important to us.

American Made

American Made Furniture

Oskar Huber Sr., who founded the business, was a furniture maker in Philadelphia. We are proud of our heritage and remain committed to supporting American artisans who handcraft upholstered and wood furniture that meet our strict standards of quality. In fact, roughly 55% of all the furniture available at our stores is made in North America.

Presenting products made domestically not only supports American workers and ensures exceptional quality, it also allows for customization not possible with products sourced overseas. We seek out and are experts at working with companies like this to be able to provide you, our client, with pieces you will be proud to have in your home and help to convey your personal style.

 

Eco Initiatives

Eco Initiatives

Oskar Huber cares deeply about protecting our environment. We align with craftsmen and companies that are members of organizations dedicated to earth-friendly practices. These organizations include the Forest Stewardship Council, Sustainable Forestry Initiative, and the Sustainable Furnishings Council. As such, our stores can offer you ‘green’ products like soy-based, flame retardant-free cushions; recycled fiber filling for pillows; furniture with recycled metal components and very low VOC finishes. We further reduce our showrooms’ carbon footprint by using energy-saving LED lighting as well as carpeting and countertops made from recycled and renewable materials. We recycle the cardboard your order is shipped inside of.

 

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

As a third and fourth generation, family-owned and operated business, our commitment to our employees, customers, and community remains paramount. From numerous charitable events to a wide range of schools and service clubs, we are proud to give back to the communities we serve. When neighborhoods thrive, everyone benefits.

Take a Swing at Cancer Steam Pub Charity Golf Outing

Hosting their first annual charity golf outing “Take A Swing At Cancer”

New Life Thrift. Glenside, PA

New Life Thrift Grants is an outreach of New Life Presbyterian Church located just north of Philadelphia in Glenside

Sanctuary United Methodist Church. North Wales, PA

Sanctuary United Methodist Church is a generous organization that lists “The broken can find wholeness, healing, and compassion” and “The searching can find truth, life, and purpose” in their mission.

Thrive Cancer Support. Warminster, PA

Thrive is a charity funded support program for cancer survivors. Support for this event allows the program to continue its much needed support for cancer survivors and their families.

All Saints Regional Catholic School. Manahawkin, NJ

All Saints serves five Catholic Parishes with over 25,000 local families. Support for their annual Fall Auction enables them to continue providing affordable Catholic education to the families of Southern Ocean County.

Melanoma Research Foundation. Washington, DC

Donations made to the Melanoma Research Foundation increase research grants, support patients and their families, and educate the general public about melanoma. MRF has recently been able to support several new distinct initiatives including pediatric, mucosal and CURE OM, an initiative formed to address and fund ocular melanoma.

Southern Ocean Medical Center Foundation. Neptune, NJ

Southern Ocean Medical Center Foundation helps our community keeping pace with rapid growth and increasing demand, and ensuring that affordable, quality healthcare is always available in Southern Ocean County.

William Tennent Football. Warminster, PA

Sponsorship of the William Tennent Football Team help the team during their 2016 season.

Neshaminy High School Football. Langhorne, PA

Sponsorship of the Neshaminy Football Team help the team during their 2016 season.

Friends of the Island Library. Surf City, NJ

Support of the library help to enhance the facilities and services, to provide technology and equipment, to provide programs that educate, entertain and stimulate a diverse population.

Cancer Support Community of Greater Philadelphia. Philadelphia, PA

The Cancer Support Community of Greater Philadelphia supports people who have been affected by cancer. Donations to the CSCGP aid in creating educational programs, children’s programs, and program expansion.

Soroptimist International of LBI. Ship Bottom, NJ

Soroptimist’s annual Wine Social and Gift Auction fundraiser to contribute to scholarships, charities, and projects to aid those in our local community.

Pride Ventures, Inc. Ship Bottom, NJ

Pride Ventures provides job training and transitional employment experience to person with developmental disabilities who could not independently succeed in the workplace. Donations benefit adults in this program.

The Pen Ryn School. Fairless Hills, PA

The Pen Run School is a private, independent school dedicated to providing a comprehensive, quality education to its students since 1946. Our donations are used to fund a new and innovative academic programs for the school, directly benefiting every Pen Ryn student.

Holy Family University. Philadelphia, PA

Donations to Holy Family University’s Bingo Luncheon benefit students through the Holy Family University Family and Friends Scholarship.

La Salle College High School. Wyndmoor, PA

Donations to La Salle College High School were used to help support their annual student musical and improvements to their auditorium. This year’s musical was Crazy For You.

Saint Basil Academy’s Pawction. Jenkintown, PA

The Pawction has an outreach to more than 4000 families, alum, and businesses, and it enables them to continue their tradition of educating and empowering young women to become strong leaders of tomorrow.

A Woman’s Place Chocolate Lovers’ Fantasy Event. Warminster, PA

A Woman’s Place is a community-based social change organization committed to the empowerment of women and to ending intimate and domestic violence for all. Their Chocolate Lovers’ Fantasy Event is a fundraiser for the organization.

Henderson High School Musical. West Chester, PA

Donations to Henderson High School were used to help support their annual student musical. This year’s musical was Cinderella.

Guilda’s Club Delaware Valley. Warminster, PA

Guilda’s Club provides many services to cancer survivors of all ages and their families free of charge. Their Basket Bingo Event raises money to support these efforts.

American Red Cross Red Ball. Philadelphia, PA

The Red Cross Red Ball event raises funds for the Red Cross House, a unique transitional housing facility and service center for survivors of disasters. Since the opening of Red Cross House, they have provided more than 184,00 nights of shelter to families with nowhere to turn.

LBI Chamber of Commerce. Long Beach Island, NJ

LBI FLY hosts the Kite Festival each year on Long Beach Island. The event is features choreographed routines, giant inflatable kites, kite making activities, public kite flying, and much more! It is a great local event that brings a lot of family fun to the island!

Amergael’s Celebrate Irish Arts Event. Ship Bottom, NJ

Amergael’s goals are to promote Irish culture, history, and education, to be charitable and assist out neighbors in need. The Celebrate Irish Arts Event raises funds for college scholarships, local food banks, and local families during time of sickness or distress.

Greenbriar Oceanaire Woman’s Club. Waretown, NJ

The mission of GOWC is to cultivate an environment of communal spirit, and to develop, support, and promote common interests, activities, and experiences. While the primary focus is social, the group also engages in educational and charitable endeavors.

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