luxury

Luxury casegoods
Luxe dining set from Lillian August.

Making the Case for Luxury Casegoods

In the casegoods category, “luxury now is more livable and relaxed, with a little less formality, like taking your tie off when wearing a suit,” says Eric Graham, President of Jonathan Charles, a…
environmental impacts of luxury furnishings
Helen Rutledge, owner of antique shop Bibelot, says mixing antiques like this Georgian Pine Secretary with modern pieces looks fresh and luxurious.

Minimizing Environmental Impact With Eclectic Antique Furniture

With today’s consumer looking more toward the sustainability of the products they purchase, there is more to designing a luxury space than the beauty of the pieces. Clients want to know where their…
luxury upholstery
Lee Industries celebrates 50 years of timeless design with a classic chair in unusual settings.

Personalizing the Luxury Upholstery Experience

Luxury now is less about extravagance than it is personalized experience, performance, sustainability and, perhaps, social media. Most important: “Everybody these days wants to design their own…