Mitch and DeAnn Lurie founded The Leather Sofa Co. more than 18 years ago, with the vision of designing, manufacturing and selling the highest quality, custom-made leather furniture available in the greater Dallas - Fort Worth, Texas area. Their goal is to make the highest quality leather furniture affordable and accessible to everyone.
The success of The Leather Sofa Co. has exceeded their initial expectations. Not only does The Leather Sofa Co. deliver the finest custom-made furniture in Dallas - Fort Worth area, but their brand is in households throughout the state of Texas as well as across the country.
Together, they have built their company into a widely-recognized, well-respected business entity. Their custom furniture designs are sold locally in six metro area retail showrooms, as well as the company's outlet center in Lewisville. The Leather Sofa Co. 59,000 square foot factory in Lewisville, Texas is an always-expanding venture. Divided into areas of expertise, designers, craftsman, leather cutters and carpenters work in tandem to construct and deliver the custom-specific pieces that make everything produced by The Leather Sofa Co. truly original.
"We have a passion for great furniture design, a passion for our employees, and a passion for our customers," Mitch added. "Each one of these things works hand-in-hand with the other, allowing us to maintain our company's steady growth."
Mitch and DeAnn give full credit to the artisans and craftsmen who translate their concepts and designs into beautiful, one-of-a-kind furniture pieces. Their goal is to make
"Our furniture is built one piece at a time by skilled craftsmen who take great pride in their work," Mitch said. "It takes total commitment from each member of our factory team to create the kind of product of which we are all so proud."
"The other critical component of our company is our knowledgeable and skilled store personnel," he continued. "Our managers are seasoned, experienced leather experts, and they are able to help our customers translate their furniture wants and needs into reality."