Luxury furniture you’ll want in your home
Live like royalty with these high-end pieces
Luxury furniture doesn’t have to mean plush furniture and gold-embellished pieces. It can mean minimal design and a black and white colour palette. But whether you’re into the former or the latter, you’ll find high end pieces you’ll want in your home in this list: One of favourite luxury furniture shops is UAE-based The One. Its prices are not too over the top and fairly reasonable for the quality provided. One of our favourite collections from the brand is “Barely There,” of which the theme is classic with a pastel colour palette. Pictured above is the bedroom interior. This is the dining room design of the Barely There collection. It’s very luxurious with plush chairs and a glass-decorated dining table. However, it’s also understated and toned down. The living room design for the same collection by The One just screams calmness and serenity. If you’re traditional when it comes to home décor, this is probably a great fit. This collection is available at The One’s high-end brand, The One Fusion, in Dubai. Dubai-based furniture brand Casa Shamuzzi makes luxurious furniture with a touch of modernism. This bedroom design from its Grigio Perla collection is classic in its colour palette but features pops of colour and modern pieces like the stripped and sequin pillows. Who knew grey could look so bright in home interiors? This living room from the Perla collection has a fresh and elegant vibe. It’s minimal and doesn’t feature a lot of furniture or accessories, but still appears very luxurious. The office space from the same collection is also minimal in design yet grand in appearance. It proves that you don’t need gold-painted desks and chairs to have a high end look. We’re slightly obsessing over this golden chandelier from Versace Home, which has a brand in Dubai. We think the fashion brand is just as good at interiors as it is in fashion. This living room design by Versace might be too much for some people, but it’s not for us. We love the medusa theme and turquoise wallpaper. Over the top? Maybe. Crowded? Definitely. Unique? Without a doubt. Another Versace home creation is this dining room in pastel shades and gold touches. It’s glamorous in its use of vases and ornamented fabric, but also modern with its unusual chandelier and chairs. A less glamorous but equally impressive choice is another one from Casa Shamuzzi under its collection Monogramma. It has a black, grey, and white theme and is the total opposite of Versace’s loud designs. Pictured above is the bedroom concept. The Monogramma living room interiors are classic with a modern colour palette. We love the black plush carpet, fur pillows, and grey couches. It has an Armani type of minimal elegance to it. The same goes for the Monogramma dining space, except this one is a bit brighter than the last, with more white colours and light entering the room. Shamuzzi definitely knows how to balance dark and light colours as not to make a space too gloomy. This is our favourite pick from the whole list because it has an antique-look to it that resembles old Russian décor, especially the red and rich brown tones and gold touches. This collection from The One Fusion, titled “Burlesque,” looks like something out of Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina story. The bedroom of the Burlesque collection features plush red furniture, leopard prints, and velour fabrics – but it still remains classy. This is for anyone who likes over the top luxury as it’s certainly not minimal. The living room of the Burlesque collection has less red and brighter colours (in comparison to the rest of the rooms). It also has a slightly more contemporary feel than the other two rooms as well with the steel tables and leather chair.