The iconic store has teamed up with two major names from the furniture industry to create its first ever line of in-house furniture.
The result of a collaboration with Italian company Porada and British company Artistic Upholstery, the debut collection features cabinetry, tables, a console, armchairs and a sofa, and draws inspiration from 1930s art deco jewellery and tailoring.
“Harrods Interiors who often work on bespoke pieces of furniture for residential projects they are managing, identified the 1930s art-deco aesthetic as a style appreciated by many of their clients,” says Harrods’ director of home Annalise Fard.
“It’s a period that’s reminiscent of a timeless and elegant feel so seemed like a perfect starting point.”
She continued: “We wanted to make sure that wherever possible, the grain and the natural features of the wood remained visible – and Ziricote was perfect for this as it has such a distinctive movement within the wood.
“The doors of the Carraway drinks cabinet are the perfect example of this, the grain of the wood is juxtaposed with a geometric satin-brass inlay for an even more striking effect.”
The collection is already available in-store at Harrods in London.