After much deliberation, you’ve finally settled upon your dream interior aesthetic. Congratulations! I know it was a tough call between the timeless elegance of mid-century modern and the clean lines of Scandi minimalism. Now comes the fun part — bringing your vision to life! But given the hundreds upon thousands of designers and stores out there, it can be difficult to know where to begin. That’s where I come in. Ahead, a round up of my favorite well known furniture brands. Keep scrolling for more!
Well Known Furniture Brands
The Style: Modern Luxe
There’s a beautiful sculptural quality to Tom Dixon’s range of homeware and furniture products. Dixon’s eponymous design studio favors a classically refined palette of shiny metallics and minimal monochrome. In short, this brand is a must for those wanting to inject a little understated elegance to their interiors.
The Style: Playful Pragmatism
There’s a reason Urquiola has been tapped to design furniture collections for the likes of Louis Vuitton and Cassina. Her playful color-packed aesthetic skillfully marries form and pattern. The result is a furniture collection which combines European eclecticism with practical functionality.
I especially love how Urquiola experiments with shape in her designs. It’s a simple yet creative way to change up the status quo of classic design. Her pieces would look great in a Scandinavian meets mid-century modern setting.
The Style: Hollywood Opulence Meets Rock ‘n’ Roll Eccentricity
Wearstler’s eponymous furniture brand is perfect for those looking to emulate the designer’s glossy maximalist style. The team at Kelly Wearstler are experts at balancing timeless elegance with playful design.
Think chic glass tables with disarticulated hand details, and tableware dotted with decorative ‘ping pong ball-esque’ spheres. The Kelly Wearstler brand is a go-to for unique statement pieces.
The Style: Contemporary Boho
While Oliver Bonas may be a ‘high street’ brand, their designs look anything but! While the brand features an array of staple furniture items, it’s the smaller decorative pieces which draw me in every time.
From cheerful ceramics to bold patterned photo frames, you’re sure to find the perfect finishing touch for your abode.
The Style: Modern American Glamour
Jonathan Adler may have started his career in pottery, but don’t let that fool you into thinking that’s all he can do. Adler’s all-American homeware brand shows off the full extent of his design creativity.
While the ceramics are of course sublime, I think that the Jonathan Adler lighting collection is pretty striking also. It features an array of larger than life chandeliers and stand out table lamps, all with that signature Adler brass metallic accent.