Most Expensive Home Decor Brands
When it comes to making a statement that truly reflects who you are as an individual the way we choose to decorate our homes could very well be one of the most individualized ways we tend to do so. Whether bohemian nuances or romantic Victorian is what calls to us, the singular choices we make in home decor will mirror our tastes and preferences. For some, this means overextending and splurging on what common folk would consider being atrocities; for others it's merely a reflection of their rich and lavish lifestyles.
Here are some of the most expensive home decor brands that while off the charts, suits a particular population.
Coffee tables by David Lloyd Thompson - $50,000
Coffee tables are usually the centerpiece of most sitting and living rooms and for a one of a kind design and for only $50,000 David Lloyd Thompson will create a unique coffee table that will be a conversation starter for years. Each table is finished with 20 coats of oil laminate and can be monogrammed upon request.
Fireplace Design by Bloch - $20,000
For those long and cool fall or winter nights, having a fireplace to snuggle next to is a sure way to warm things up. The Bloch design company specializes in fireplaces made of glass in both colorless and tinted. For as little as $20,000 one can choose from 3,200 colors and varying styles including brass, granite and seashells.
Digital Picture Frame by Hyundai - $70,000
When digital picture frames were first introduced people couldn't get enough of them. The basic versions sell nowadays for as little as $4.99 at Wal-Mart, but if practical isn't quite your style Hyundai makes life sized digital frames that can couple as room dividers for around $70,000. Each of them are handcrafted and designed.
Sound System by Kharma - $ 1,000,000
Technology has come a long way and it isn't unusual to see a Hi-Fi or surround system in someone's home, however in the world of technology not all sound systems are equal. To date, the most expensive speakers made come from Kharma, who installs such sound systems in some of the richest homes in the world. So what is the price tag for speakers with these perfect specs? One million dollars! That is certainly listening in style.
Limestone Gallery Bathtub - $140,000
Perhaps relaxing in a nice warm bath after a hard day's work is just what the doctor ordered? If you have a few hundred thousand dollars just lying about soaking your feet in a tub made from all natural minerals and materials could make you feel like the king or queen that you are. The London based Limestone Gallery specializes in crafty bathroom decor and interior design and among their top selling products are their Ivory Stone bathtubs which are hand carved from a single stone which retails around the vicinity of $140,000.
Bed Set from Parnian - over $200,000
After a nice soak in the tub you're probably looking forward to a good night's sleep right? Well for those living the lavish lifestyle home decor company Parnian, based out of Arizona has introduced the world's most expensive bed which retails on the low end at $38,000 but with specifications can amass to upwards of over $200,000! For that price those who can afford to purchase such a bed can request holders for their IPods and gold or stainless steel trimmings.
Swarovski Life Size Panther - $260,000
Swarovski is a company that is well known for making diamond and crystal studded furniture that ranges from thousands of dollars to single pieces for millions. One of their hot ticket items in home decor right now is a life sized panther sculpture that weighs 30 pounds and is decorated in 80,000 crystals. There are only five in the entire world and for $260,000 one of them can adorn your interior walls.
Jackson Pollock's Art Piece 'No. 5' - $140,000
A brilliant home no doubt needs some fine artwork to adorn the walls and there is no shortage of vintage paintings overwhelmingly priced to choose from. Artists such as Jackson Pollock and Damien Hirst sell their prints for hundreds of millions of dollars; in fact Pollock's 'No. 5' piece recently sold for $140 million while Hirst's 'For the Love of God' auctioned for $100 million. Older standbys include Picasso and Van Gogh which also sell at ridiculous prices.
There will always be those who have money to burn and therefore there will also be companies and manufacturers who will continue to produce home decor offerings that leave most of the reserved and cash strapped common folk with their jaws hanging in awe.