5 Luxury Home Brands You’ll Love

Luxury Home Brands

You’re ready to move up. Maybe the bones of your vintage Arcadia ranch were fabulous, but now you’re looking to spread out in Fountain Hills. Perhaps you’re relocating to the Valley of the Sun from California or the East Coast. Whatever the reason for your luxury home search, new furnishings will likely be required.

At Walt Danley Realty, we understand that no two luxury homes are alike. You’ll want to marry the look of your new home to its contents, whether you choose a Spanish Colonial or a sprawling contemporary in the hills.

To aid in your search, we’ve looked carefully at high-end retailers trending in modern interior design. From centuries-old classics to new retailers to watch, here are five top picks for luxury home brands to consider in your new home.

BEDDING: Boll & Branch

Huffington Post recently called this online bedding retailer, “the world’s most fair and transparent luxury linen company.” Their organic cotton sheet sets, pillowcases and duvet covers blends simplicity and durability with the crisp, clean look of boutique hotel bedding. Sheets are available in a range of neutrals and cool jewel tones. Luxury homeowners are especially fond of the banded version, complementing by a matching cable knit throw. Boll & Branch is one of four luxury bedding manufacturers on The Traub Labs 200+ list of “New Davids” – smaller luxury companies to watch in 2017.


Taylor’s line of sofas, chairs and sleepers marry contemporary color trends with classic, elegant lines. Each piece has a timeless feel that can weather design and taste changes, and fits well in most décor styles from Mediterranean to transitional. Several local retailers offer Taylor King furnishings, making it easy to purchase in-person or through your interior designer.

COUNTERS: Greyleaf Studio

If you’re looking to spruce up your kitchen or game room with a one-of-a-kind look, local artisan Jeff Koenig’s North Valley studio will craft a custom countertop made from zinc, copper, concrete or other alternative materials to beautifully fit your space. Every counter or range hood he makes is unique. Greyleaf’s work has been featured in various design magazines, and can be spotted at trendy hotspots including Zinc Bistro at Kierland Commons.

OFFICE: Herman Miller

Vintage Herman Miller “Eames” chairs are one of the most coveted mid-century modern pieces in the interior design business. Opened in the early 1900s as a wood furniture manufacturer, Herman Miller rose to popularity with streamlined designs and chic upholstery in the 1960s. Their furnishings are sleek and minimalist. Today, Herman Miller’s home line focuses on office furnishings, consistently remastering their most desirable designs.

RUGS: Dash & Albert

Annie Selke offshoot Dash & Albert designs fresh, funky throw rugs perfect for luxury homeowners who want a punch of color that can be easily changed for the season. Their throw and area rugs follow color trends in the industry; current styles feature sherbet tones and patterns inspired by modern artwork. If you’re looking for a custom boutique rug that lasts, consider an Ateliers Pinton. This French company has been in business for more than 100 years, making heirloom quality showpieces worthy of a world-class resort.

The interior décor of your new residence should be as solid as its character and as aesthetically appealing as its exterior. While there are thousands of luxe design brands and companies to choose from, our five recommendations can help get you started along the path to stylish surroundings. Contact us today to begin the search for your next luxury home or estate.