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We are less than a week away from the end of 2018. This year was filled with magic in our sector where we got to witness some of the most amazing events and projects concerning interior design. To end the year in the best way, and to help you get into the 2019 interior design trends, we bring you some interior design brands that promise to fly even higher next year.
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The portuguese brand BRABBU has proven over and over again why they are one of the most sophisticated brands out there. The design brand reflects an intense way of living, bringing fierceness, strength, and power into an urban lifestyle. They offer a diverse range of products, from furniture, casegoods and upholstery to lighting, rugs, art and accessories that have the power to tell stories about the cultures of the world.
Fendi Casa has been producing furniture for almost 30 years now. Their intent is to create pervasive projects where inovation and tradition can blend perfectly, where handicraft by brillian Italian artisans is essential. The brand has a large variety of home furnishings like decorative lighting and accessories, designed and manufactured with the finest materials.
Armani/Casa was created in 2000 as part of the Armani Group structure. Armani is not longer just one of the most celebrated and important brands when it comes to fashion, but has also become a leader in the interior design sector. The brand is sophisticated and unique, and it features a wide range of products, since furniture and furnishings, accessories to lamps and exclusive fabrics.
Specializing in both residential and commercial design, Baxter Interiors always prioritize their clients’ needs. our With a special attention to detail, the brand works closely with homeowners, builders and architects for almost 20 years. Sophistication, luxury and exclusiveness are some of the fundamental pillars of the brand.
Bentley Home‘s furniture and homeware combines craftsmanship and material selection perfectly, and it shows exactly why they are one of Europe’s leading luxury furniture makers. They prove that “you can live the way you drive” and their partnership with Club House Italia proves how they take handicraft seriously. Leather, veneers, metal and glass are some of the materials used in their pieces, making sure quality and luxury is always present.
For more than 30 years, Tucker Robbin’s furniture has been recognized for its craft as well for its traditional roots. The ancient techniques combined with iconic forms have made a way for the brand to establish itself as one of the most prolific when it comes to sustainably harvested and reclaimed materials. The outcome of their hardwork is furniture “with a spirit and life of its own”.
Maison Valentina is a Portuguese brand that aims to deliver the most exquisite and sophisticated bathroom furniture. The team offers high-end solutions featuring the finest material selection, never devaluing handwork techniques and making sure every product is made out of the best quality. It’s a brand that promises to linger in the worldwide luxury bathroom market.
BDDW is an American interior design brand, experts in craftsmanship. The pieces are created in Philadelphia by a team of talentend artists. Over the last 25 years, the brand has been amongst one of the most recognized luxury brands in the entire world due to the quality of their furniture, ceramics and clothing.
“A mix of intuition and reason, concept and detail, necessity and luxury” is the way BALTUS defines itself. The Spanish brand has become more than just a design brand: they are now a lifestyle. Their ultra-modern design comprises furniture design and manufacturing, decoration for both residences and hospitality, offering a flawless experience from beginning to end.
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