Luxxu Home brings the best handcrafted luxury furniture to Milan

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Salone del Mobile, happening in Milan from the 17th to the 22nd of April, is a key event in the interior design industry. In 2018, LUXXU Home will have the pleasure to join this design event for the first time!

The luxury furniture brand arises as new concept where daring designs are created with one eye set in the traditional craftsmanship and another in contemporary, bold and innovative designs that combine the best of art, luxury, design and comfort! Noble luxurious materials, such as the best marbles and woods, are handcrafted into the most luxurious furniture. And customization blossoms as brand capital with over 30 finishes available.

Bringing the newest furniture collection to Milan, LUXXU Home and its team want to inspire the design world with the brand’s luxurious and timeless designs, evoking the brand’s mission: bringing boldness and distinctiveness into the design world!

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