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.
Traditional doesn't have to be boring — in fact, quite the opposite. The furnishings and accents on offer here prove that: These chairs, tables, rugs, and more are all classic with a little twist, and possess distinctive, room-defining style that'll fit effortlessly into traditional and contemporary interiors alike.
Aspen is famed for its rustic-meets-swanky aesthetic. Bring that look home by mixing materials that evoke the American West, like horn, wood, and hammered silver. In this selection you’ll find everything you need to bring the look to life, including cowhide rugs, antler chandeliers, horn-and-silver serving trays, and casual rugs adorned with Southwestern motifs in rich colors and prints.
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.
Federal style was popularized in the U.S. in the late 18th and early 19th century, when things were generally very good: The American Revolution was done and the U.S. was a bright-eyed new nation. Federal style echoed this sense of hope and promise with some of the most graceful and elegant designs ever created. Rich, dark woods, intricate workmanship, substantial scale and strong, sweeping lines are characteristic of the period. Want to get the look? We’ve got everything from Federal-style sofas and headboards to a Thomas Jefferson print and a mirror with a sculptural eagle perched on top. Each piece echoes the rich, bygone era but is scaled and styled to fit the way we live today.