17 Best Luxury Furniture Brands

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Our homes mean more to us than ever before, which is why they are one of the most important things we can invest in. giving your entire home a refresh, there are a few time-tested luxury furniture brands whose pieces can withstand all the activities of your household – and look good too. And in the era of fast furniture and short-lived trends, that is quite a relief.

Whether you’re a lover of Scandinavian design, prefer French antiques to modern pieces, or have a penchant for mid-century silhouettes, these luxury furniture brands offer a range of pieces to inspire your next design adventure. These brands help you create a blueprint of timeless, masterful design that makes your home feel more like a sanctuary and better reflects your personal design style. Several of these companies offer in-house designers who can help you create the room, nook, or home of your dreams. In addition, many of these companies offer transparency in their manufacturing and sourcing practices for purchases you can make with peace of mind. Here are our 17 favorite luxury house brands.

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Maison Taillardat calls on France’s long heritage of cabinetmaking and seating to recreate 18th century designs with modern flair. Each Louis XIV dresser to marquise chair is hand carved, painted and upholstered by French artisans fluent in old-world techniques.

Bunny Williams Home serves as a direct creative expression of the acclaimed interior designer. The extensive collection features modern reproductions, contemporary furnishings and colorful accessories, all adored and designed by Williams and her creative director, Kyle Marshall.

Since its founding in 1983, Vaughan continues to be a trusted source for exceptionally made lighting fixtures and furniture. Each floor lamp, box and lampshade is made from only the best materials by excellent craftsmen from all over the world.

If you’re looking for the best-preserved antique fireplace or reproduction, there’s no better place than English antiques dealer Will Fisher’s Jamb. However, the UK-based brand has much more than just fireplaces, it houses some of the most spectacular antiques and reproductions of country house furniture in the world.

One of the many things we love about Ebanista is the incredible ability to hand carve and gild. We also appreciate the reverence for the classics – many pieces in the collection are cleverly borrowed from antiques, but always feel up to date for today.

The Atlanta-based company is a favorite for both its furniture collections and brilliant antique finds. The brand creates pieces that fit right in with collected items from the 19th and 20th centuries – perfect for designing a unique space. While everything is available for online shopping, it’s worth a pilgrimage to the Atlanta store to see it all in real life.

Our editors think just about every room should have a piece from Oomph, known for its lacquer furniture offerings in just about every color under the sun. The whole collection is really so versatile and cheerful. These days, we can’t get enough of Oomph’s cleverly shaped headboards, which are perfect for adding some drama to a bedroom.

The beauty of Eleish Van Breems’ handmade furniture collection is that everything is truly an heirloom. The Swedish Gustavian-inspired collection features pieces inspired by antiques, and all offerings are timeless and elegant.

This British design institution heralds true craftsmanship from the country’s most talented artisans, and it shows in every collection the brand launches. Each Soane piece is a true collector’s item and will both stand the test of time and remain a prized possession for generations to come.

Bernhardt delivers unique work with unique luxury material. From silver-wrapped chests and chairs to console tables crafted from petrified wood to sideboards crafted with capiz-scale door panels, this brand offers one-of-a-kind pieces that make any room sing.

Century Furniture has grown in its 74-year history to become one of the world’s largest privately owned manufacturers of high-quality home furniture, often partnering with our favorite designers (think: Charlotte Moss, Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller, and Bunny Williams) to create create stunning designs. Bonus: Century’s collections are made and manufactured in the USA, supporting the growth of American artisans.

Arteriors works with the best artisans and product designers from around the world to bring brilliant, beautiful furniture to our homes. From classic silhouettes to stunning statement pieces, there’s something for everyone. We also love the brand’s collaborations with names like Beth Webb, Laura Kirar, Celerie Kemble and more.

Look to Julian Chichester when you need a dose of playfulness and maybe even a little whimsy. The collection features many vintage-inspired pieces to introduce color and interesting textures – using dyed parchment is great, for example – in a space.

Villa & House offers a modern take on classic silhouettes and a unique twist on traditional design. What we love about the brand is that the pieces look like they were bought yesterday or have been lovingly stored for decades, making for a room with serious personality.

One of our favorite things about Lee Industries is the incredible custom options and finishing details on offer. Looking for a platinum nailhead, jumbo trim and pleated skirt for an armchair? Lee Industries can make all this possible! And everything is handmade in the USA.

Mexican craftsmanship at its best, Alfonso Marina preserves Mexico’s furniture making heritage. Look here for the most exquisite wood veneers and inlays. We’ve also especially loved his more recent foray into mid-century-inspired designs, like cane-backed dining room chairs.

Hickory Chair, a sister brand of Century, is another favorite furniture brand that is made in the USA. For over 100 years, this brand has been bringing the best of American craftsmanship to our homes with refined yet supremely comfortable pieces crafted for the way we live today. The brand remains a benchmark for US-made furniture and decor.

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