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7 Luxury Home Decoration Brands

7 Luxury Home Decoration Brands
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Fashion and home décor are the major builders in textiles and design. They’re so related that almost all fashion homes are gradually delving into home decor.

In 2011, Hermès established a collection of homewares. These included furniture, wall coverings, textiles, and ceramics, through their expertise in leather and textile.

 

7 Luxury Home Decoration Brands

Not just Hermès but other brands are extending their expertise to home decor. Therefore Dior, Versace, Armani Casa, and many others are interior brands that can aid in your home decor and beautification.

They don’t just have names but offer the best quality you can imagine.

 

Armani/Casa

The brand, founded in  2000, provided a platform for Giorgio Armani to offer his vision of the living space to be intimate, special, comfortable, and sophisticated.

The collection includes furniture, accessories, fabrics, ornaments, lighting, a modular bathroom arrangement, and a complete kitchen system.

They have a network of single-brand stores and shop-in-shops in all major cities in 35 countries and growing continuously.

With their hotel and suites in Dubai and Milan, they responded to the client’s demands on extension, hence offering interior design services.

The base is in Milan, Paris, London, etc. Their brand in New York City designs residential, commercial, and recreational developments.

They draw inspiration from the Zen cool to Eastern Design and their collection, is perfect for lovers of contemporary style with smart and masculine lines.

 

Fendi Casa

Due to the mass extension of luxury fashion brands into the homeware space, Fendi was among the first Italian luxury fashion brands to extend. They launched the Fendi Casa Home collection in 1989.

Launched in collaboration with Club House Italia, an Italian firm established in the 1970s that specialized in producing upholstery furniture and related raw materials. They now operate in 60 countries on the continent.

They produce bedroom accessories, sofas, kitchen wares, and some other Fendi-branded furniture, and they aim at redecorating these homes with their furniture brand.

 

Hermès La Maison

Hermès is undoubtedly among the most iconic interior design brands. She launched its La Maison collection at Milan’s Salone del Mobile in 2011.

Their Creative director Pierre-Alexis Dumas with architects Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines(designers of the Centre Pompidou in Metz), designed the Hermès Pavilion.

Yatzer related the elaborate pavilion as “designed to make the viewers see themselves with the Hermès lifestyle.”

The first set of their homewares designed by Enzo Mari, Antonio Citterio, and RDAI includes a desk, chair, and a small storage coffer, combining high-quality materials such as Canaletto walnut and Hermès’ signature leather.

They were either textiles, wallpapers, furniture, or ceramics. All their products had a refined taste that is actually home related.

 

Versace Home

Versace launched its home collection in 1992 and was initially a collection of textiles for the home in the form of sheets, duvets, pillows, and cushions. Its full name is Gianni Versace S.r.l, usually referred to as Versace.

It’s owned by an Italian luxury fashion company and its trade name by Gianni Versace in 1978. The company manufactures Italian-made ready-to-wear deluxe and accessories.

Also, haute couture pieces are under the Atelier Versace brand.

Its logo is inspired by Medusa, a mythological goddess whose hair is of snakes, and turns people’s eyes into stone when they look into her eyes. They are known for their innovative design having flashy prints and bright colours.

Their home collection led to the brand partnering with the Sunland Group, which saw the launch of the first resort bearing the signature of a luxury brand in September 2000.

Donatella Versace gets her inspiration for her home designs through hand-painted china and tabletop items.

 

Dior

The French luxury fashion house Christian Dior SE is commonly known as Dior (stylized DIOR). It’s managed and chaired by French businessman Bernard Arnault.

He founded the brand in 1946. He also heads LVMH which is the world’s largest luxury group.

Dior is a shareholder and holds 42.36% shares of and 59.01% voting rights within LVMH. They mainly deal in shoes and clothing and can be purchased only in Dior stores.

Dior launched its very first Maison Dior boutique on the chic Avenue Montaigne in 2019. They are solely devoted to interior design.

 

Gucci

The brand was launched in 2017 under the oversight of Alessandro Michele. The Italian house offers to adopt its unique patterns and other shimmering prints in the company.

They have not relented in their beautiful designs. They have a complete line that ranges from embroidered cushions to GG motif plaid, including Chiavari chairs, armchairs, and screens, all infused with a very rococo ’70s spirit.

 

Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton Malletier, generally known as Louis Vuitton, was founded by Louis Vuitton in 1854 and is a French luxury fashion house and company.

Its label LV monogram is found on most of its products, from luxury bags and leather goods to ready-made clothes, shoes, watches, jewelry, accessories, sunglasses, and books.

This brand is one of the world’s ruling international fashion houses.

Its products are displayed at standalone boutiques, lease departments in high-end departmental stores, and via the e-commerce section of their website

For six consecutive years (2006–2012), they’ve been named the world’s most valuable luxury brand. Its valuation was US$25.9 billion and US$28.4 billion in 2012, and 2013 consecutively. They generated a revenue of US$9.4 billion.

They are in 50 countries and have over 460 stores worldwide.

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