From sculptural lighting fixtures to classical statutory marble fireplaces, the following interior design studios help bring the utmost luxury into one’s home.
Nothing screams exclusivity quite like having a staple designer piece decorating your living room, lighting up your staircase or adorning your dining room table. Gathering some of the most exciting and exclusive interior design studios currently on the market, here’s some of DDW’s favourite bespoke brands to invest in.
With sleek industrial design worthy of some of the world’s most famous museums, Tom Dixon is perhaps best known for their lighting. Offering a range of metallic fixtures in sculptural shapes, the British Brand favours a contemporary home over a more eclectic one, with pieces feeling very industrial in both material choice and form. But it not just ceiling lamps Dixon offers. With a range of sofas, chairs, tables and accessories, one could easily equip their entire home in Tom Dixon designs.
Founded in 2011 by partners Jean and Oliver Pelle, this Brooklyn studio merges their founder’s knowledge on architecture and craft in the production of staple furniture pieces. With a strong emphasis on form and detailing, Pelle‘s designer pieces range from wooden crafts to stone built tables, avant-garde chairs and delicate lighting fixtures.
Both contemporary and timeless, Ochre‘s furniture was founded in 1996, by British designers Joanna Bibby and Harriet Maxwell Macdonald. With showrooms in both London and New York, it focuses on sustainable luxury through stand-out pieces for elegant homes.
A home is often incomplete without a carpet laying on the floor and helping designate spatial environments. Cue in Nordic Knots, a brand offering exciting rugs of all shapes and sizes. With an undeniable nordic aesthetic, their pieces convey contemporaneity through intricate designs and fine material choices.
With a peculiar visual output that is both fun and refined, Bohinc works with artisanal workshops in Italy and Portugal to produce ver distinguishable collections. Geometric and arguably feminine, they fit into the wave of playful Avantgarde furniture taking Gen-Z platforms by storm.
Jamb deals with fine antiques, building a reputation as exceptional heritage reproducers of Georgian and Regency pieces, but also happen to sell their own line of home accessories. Aimed at those with a knack for more elaborate interior design as opposed to modern sleekness, Jamb’s star product is perhaps their antique chimneypieces, often designed in statutory marble and classical detailing.