Redecorate Your Home with Fashion-Driven Furniture

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Written by Breck Hapner

The home furnishings market is burgeoning, and each year suave fashion brands are releasing new product lines for luxury clients seeking high-end furniture for properties.

Fashion designers are making furniture? Yes indeed. This is extremely popular, very profitable, and expected to grow immensely. How big, you might ask? A recent study from Research and Markets indicates this industry will top $700 billion in 2022, and more than $1 trillion by 2027.

It still may seem a little strange that luxury clothing labels are extending their business models beyond the runway, but experts attest to the fact that home decor is a huge industry that is actually thriving, and even outpacing the fashion market. And let’s not forget, homeowners are driving this demand.

For high fashion companies, this pivot makes sense from a marketing perspective as well, as home furnishings extend brand awareness beyond wardrobe, expanding the offering with a real lifestyle connection. More engagement, of course, pays quantifiable dividends.

The luxury fashion “business of interiors” is committed to quality, hiring many famous artisanal designers from all over the world to create their specialized home furnishing collections. The focus is on craftsmanship with a strong eye toward emerging trends favoring fluidity and eclectic modern styling.

So, as a homeowner, you’re interested? Who are a few of these luxury fashion designers who are immersed in the home furnishings market? Let’s take a look at three very famous brands, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, and Ralph Lauren, to learn more about them, and what they have to offer.

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Every fashionista knows that the French luxury label Hermès produces clothing that personifies artistry and creativity, and these traits are integrated into the wide range of home furnishings and objects offered. Hermès launched its interior furnishings in 2011, unveiling a robust product line composed of fine fabrics and elegant materials, exhibiting the refined taste that has defined Hermès as an iconic brand.

Setting out to conquer the art of living well, Hermès offers a unique furniture and wall covering collection including everything from ergonomically designed chairs to contemporary lighting to elegant benches. And yes, many of the products were created by reputed designers such as Normal Studio and Jasper Morrison. A couple of examples are the Hippodrome d’Hermes coffee table ($22,300), and the set called Équipages d’Hermes “vice-versa” table ($8,750).

Hermès also works with French designer Philippe Nigro, who created the Les Necessaires d’Hermes collection, leveraging original textiles and Canaletto walnut for a truly elegant finish and interior presence. Some notable pieces include the Les Necessaires d’Hermes “Cabriolet” chair ($12,500), and the Les Necessaires d’Hermes Long Bench ($22,500).

Hermès offers multifunctional furnishings such as the bull-calf leather Les Necessaires d’Hermes “Groom” Valet ($58,200), with a rotating mirror, pouch and a hook made of metal bones covered in Canaletto walnut. A further exceptional item is the Les Necessaires d’Hermes Folding Screen ($40,000), consisting of “Maitres de la Foret” fabric on the exterior and H canvas textile on the interior.

Much more can be found on the Hermès website.

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Louis Vuitton

There are many more exceptional fashion brands supplying extraordinary home furnishings, but one that stands out is Louis Vuitton, famous for the “Objets Nomades” collection. Like the brand’s tagged fashions, Louis Vuitton offers a vast range of monogrammed home products while showcasing furnishings created in collaboration with artists globally for high-level events and exhibitions.

Working with Louis Vuitton since 2012, these famous designers have imagined experimental but functional furniture and decor. The travel-themed Objets Nomades collection features one-of-a-kind creations and pays homage to furniture and design objects that celebrate a contemporary vision that embraces diversity.

A few notable examples from the Objets Nomades collection include avant-garde designer Andrew Kudless’ Swell Waves Shelf, a curvilinear structure made of polished oak and a frame wrapped in Louis Vuitton leather, whose motion calls to mind rolling ocean waves ($43,000). You’ll also need the Bomboca Sofa, named after a traditional Brazilian confection and designed by the Campana brothers, a gracefully curved shell lined with soft calfskin, holding eight plush cushions that fit together like a puzzle ($76,500).

Other fantastic pieces include the three-meter long Frank Chou Signature Indoor Sofa boasting a flowing and delicate silhouette.  The sofa is adorned with graceful arches and striking three-dimensional exterior “Dots” fabric from Paola Lenti and interior leather from Louis Vuitton ($65,000). Add more class with the italian artist-designer Atelier Biagetti Anemona Table with beveled glass top and sculptured, wave-like base lined with LV leather ($107,000). Other beautiful extras to consider are the Marcel Wanders Studio Diamond Screen ($33,500), and the Swing Chair by Patricia Urquiola ($41,500).

You can check out samples of the Louis Vuitton furnishing repertoire on the Louis Vuitton website.

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Ralph Lauren

The iconic brand Ralph Lauren is a combination of classic American fashion style and the epitome of fine interior home furnishings, aware that quality clothing and a well-appointed home make life special.

Launched in 1983, Ralph Lauren Home was one of the first luxury fashion designers to enter the home decor market with a wide range of products including bedding, cabinetry, sofas, floor covering, furniture, lighting, and other fixtures.

All Ralph Lauren property decor products embody four signature motifs, namely Jamaica, Log Cabin, New England, and Thoroughbred, designed with a traditional attention to detail which shapes beautiful and unique furnishings.

Some examples include the Ralph Lauren Home solid wood Brook Street Bookcase with modeled crown and carved rosette detailing, a scaled interpretation of a 1940s Neoclassical design ($9,555).  Don’t forget the Brook Street Chesterfield 110” Rolled Arm Tufted Sofa, a longstanding favorite upholstered in leather to add authentic appeal ($22,755).  And for those on a tighter budget, the Mackenzie-Childs Moonlight Wingback chair. It has contrasting fabrics such as flocked teal velvet brocade on the sides, and a violet velvet boucle on the loose cushion, trimmed with harlequin check cording in navy and gold ($8,795).

Other fine home additions could include the urban sophistication of the Ralph Lauren Home Fairfield Manhattan Dining Table, influenced by both regency and 18th-century European styles, with Alder solids and cherry veneers featuring a dark brown finish ($2,306). For the master suite, choose the mahogany Brook Street Tufted Upholstered Bed, bringing tailored elegance to the bedroom with a tufted headboard, nailhead trim, and ebony black finish. Of course, you’ll want the Brook Street Two Drawer Solid Wood Nightstand, boasting faux crocodile drawer fronts, silver garland pulls, and laurel wreath escutcheons ($16,275).

You can check out the latest Ralph Lauren Home furniture at Perigold, home to the design world’s best brands.

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The Fashion to Furniture Goal

Luxury fashion labels are pushing the boundaries between fine wardrobe and home decor. The objective is to generate an integrated lifestyle for both the designer and customer through an authentic brand connection. That is, once the clothes are purchased, buyers will be motivated to redecorate homes with fashion-driven furniture.

As always, stay tuned to Haven for further home furnishing articles and insights.