Translating pattern and texture onto furniture.
“Your customer service has been amazing, you have given me so much detail and extra information on customisations, material etc. It is incredible and I know the customer and myself very much appreciate it” LuxDeco Customer Care Advisor
We create fine upholstered, statement furniture, and work closely with interior design teams to produce decorative pieces for desired schemes, either working with fabrics specifically selected for a project , or from our pattern library.
We offer exclusive access to a curated library of pattern and texture by world renowned designers and artists, alongside a collection of bespoke furniture shapes, all made in England by master craftsmen.
Our expert team can customise existing shapes or work to a brief for custom shapes and patterns.
From private residences to hotels, retail spaces, restaurants and offices, our bespoke furniture pieces create a beautiful backdrop in any interior setting.
The furniture collection is available in a variety of patterns and textures, either selected from the existing library or sourced externally.
Samples and Quotes
Pattern samples and price lists are available on request.
Quotes can be provided by emailing email@example.com.
Production lead times are 10-12 weeks, as all furniture pieces are made to order.
We offer trade discounts to our existing collection and on custom designs.
Please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about opening a trade account or call us on 0203 282 7580.
Download our trade lookbook here.
”I am writing to tell you that the tables have arrived and that they are very beautiful. The client is very happy. It has been a pleasure to have worked with you, very professional “
Lantero & Lantero- Madrid, Spain
Worldwide showrooms and contacts
The Blue Pearl Ibiza- Available from mid-March 2021
Contact: Tom and Monica
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