Luxury heritage department store Harrods needs no introduction. Specialized in high-end designer fashion, luxury gifts, food and accessories, the iconic store has been also retailing luxury furniture since the 1880s, with their current line-up benefiting from names such as Vitra, Gubi, and B&B Italia, showcased in an elegant library setting.
But the renowned British brand has also decided to launch its own furniture line, designed in-house by Harrods Interiors and simply called Harrods of London. Inspired by Art Deco jewelry and tailoring, this exquisite collection boasts upholstery, occasional pieces, and casegoods, and it’s all about timeless style and unique detailing.
This seems like a natural step following the re-launch of Harrods Home a while back, right? Anyways, the sofas, tables, cabinetry and upholstery are reminiscent of Harrods’ 1930s heritage, with cool marble features that seem to enhance the collection’s decadence, a vibe that’s also supported by the Art Deco styling cues.
Casegoods such as the Carraway Drinks Cabinet have been created with the help of Italian design house Porada, and who can say that a classic, glamorous feel, should be avoided? They say money can’t buy happiness, but it seems we’re getting really close to that sometimes. If you want to find out more about Harrods of London and this exquisite furniture collection, you will just have to book a ticket to London and check it out yourselves.