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About John Richard

Based in the Mississippi Delta, John Richard crafts quality furnishings for those who love to antique but haven't got the time. Cloaked in embroidered silks, glittering leathers or whimsical crewels, their pillows are marked by historical details, one-of-a-kind patterns, and luxurious materials. They're the kind of objects that satisfy the discerning eye — and make a room unforgettable. Group several for maximum effect.

Past Sales Featuring John Richard

Sale Ended February 25, 2012

How To: Style an Old World Library

Warm tones, luxurious textures, and classic lines that recall the past: These are the building blocks of a library with Old World style. A good desk should be one of the anchors in the room (some of the most exquisite are by Martha Angus). A stately open bookcase is another. And luxe accessories — woodgrain frames by Eccolo, trays in exotic materials like cobra and python by R & Y Augousti — are essential for finishing this timeless look.

Sale Ended March 15, 2014

Up to 70% Off: John Richard Furniture

With their timeless lines, luxurious textures, and attention to detail, John Richard's furnishings are destined to become the new classics. Add a few (or more) pieces to your room, and it'll instantly look smart, sophisticated, and culturally inspired.

Sale Ended June 20, 2014

Up to 75% Off: John Richard Furniture

With their timeless lines, luxurious textures, and attention to detail, John Richard's furnishings are destined to become the new classics. Add a few (or more) pieces to your room, and it'll instantly look smart, sophisticated, and culturally inspired.

Sale Ended August 29, 2011

Get Far Eastern Style

Give your home an exotic air with these furnishings and accessories inspired by locales throughout Asia. Tenango’s antique cabinets, trunks, and tables have beautifully weathered finishes. Designer Richard Mishaan’s samurai costume photographs for Soicher Marin are full of color and personality. And, for the D.I.Y.-ers: Re-cover that chair with Robert Allen’s Ming-inspired fabric.