Luxury Furniture Brands
British Luxury Furniture Brands have conquered new status in recent times, influential product designers are now creating new ideas and products, a more confident and polished work. Designers are taking risks bringing clean-cut, inspired, or edgy pieces that are more than objects of aesthetic value. Also, British luxury furniture brands can conjure images of smoke-stained chesterfield sofas, mahogany dressers, or antique wood-wormed wardrobes. Feel free to click on the topics which interest you the most.
The history of Tom Dixon as a brand goes beyond its conception in 2002. From studying pottery, a level to pursuing a career in music, to receiving an OBE in the year 2000. Tom Dixon himself has a history of creativity that has culminated in an award-winning British design brand, the luxury furniture brand has and continues to represent the heritage of British industry.
Founded by David Snowdon, formerly David Linley in 1985, Linley creates bespoke furniture with a contemporary design, as well as interiors, collectible pieces, and luxury gifts and accessories, all showcasing the finest British design and craftsmanship. Almost everything is designed and made in the UK, relying on a network of 260 master craftsmen who all share David’s love of handcrafted design and attention to detail. Each piece has been created to it can be configured to meet many spaces, from an office studio to an open-plan penthouse.
Ochre designs modern furniture, lighting, and accessories for the interior, placing great importance on harmonious proportions, luxury materials, and matchless craftsmanship. Ochre was founded in 1996 by Joanna Bibby and Harriet Maxwell Macdonald, sharing an aesthetic for the beauty of the understated. Solenne de la Fouchariere became the third partner and fellow designer four years later. Along with selling directly to individuals, OCHRE’s clients are leading international interior designers and architects. Their furniture sticks to a clear brief, across the board: ‘discreet glamour’.
Michael Anastassiades launched his studio in 1994 to explore contemporary notions of culture and aesthetics through a combination of product, luxury furniture, and environmental unique design. He creates objects that are minimal, utilitarian, and almost mundane, yet full of vitality one might not expect.
Francis Sultana was set up his studio in 2009 to create interiors for many of his major art collector clients. Alongside the interior’s projects, the atelier also produces annual collections of bespoke and limited-edition luxury furniture and textiles under the Francis Sultana brand. Francis designs across interiors, furniture, lighting, and accessories and has created key pieces for important historical interiors such as Spencer House.
Touted as the world’s most luxurious sleeping system, Savoir Beds are renowned for their high standards and comfort philosophy. Created for The Savoy Hotel in London in 1905, their tailor-made beds have become almost as legendary as the stars who have slept in them. Think ‘bespoke on bespoke’, making any size, shape, stand-alone, or headboard beautifully upholstered or even made fit into an existing frame. Savoir Beds uses quality, natural materials from long, curled Latin American horse tail to Mongolian cashmere and British lamb’s wool.
For the first time in the store’s history, Harrods Furniture is bringing its design expertise and renowned eye for style to furniture. Having retailed furniture since the early 1880s, the launch of the Harrods of London furniture collection is the first time the iconic retailer has released its own designs. The range, designed in-house by Harrods Interiors, draws its aesthetic from Art Deco jewelry and tailoring; comprising upholstery, occasional pieces, and case goods, the pieces ooze timeless style but with unexpected and unique detailing.
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