Know some of the World’s Brands of Exclusive Expensive Furniture – For this list, we’ve picked some brands which have done several works from modern designs to classic antiques, as well as from wood to high-quality leather models. Even in Asia, these brands’ names are quite well known. These are the exclusive expensive furniture brands that have gained many admirers and buyers all over the world.
The first on the list is Boca do Lobo. This Portuguese brand is known for its expensive and luxury trade, and also for their pieces furniture often described as exclusive and emotional. Their work is inspired and handcrafted in Portugal.
This is a design brand that aims to reflect an intense way of living, by bringing fierceness, strength, and power into an urban lifestyle. Among its range of furniture, we can find case goods, upholstery, lighting, rugs, art, and other artistic accessories.
Since 1989, Fendi Casa became a reference when it comes to the creation of furniture and other prestigious design objects. Their products have a tradition and nostalgia, unlike any other designer brand.
Baxter is a brand which has a contemporary, quirky edge to their designs. They work with some of the best Italian designers as well as being known for having a modern approach to classic styles (like for example the iconic Chestermoon sofa).
Marc Newson is often regarded as being the most influential designer of his generation. His work corresponds to almost 25% of the full contemporary design art market.
Pieces such as ormolu traditional classic table lamps, marble lamps, lapis lamps, malachite lamps, and also 24-carat gold plated bronze lamps are some of Tomas Blakemore’s work. This brand’s lamps are a favorite among many 5-star hotels as well as many million-dollar homes.
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