Luxury furniture is elegant and sophisticated. It has aspiration. It's the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, the thing you work hard for until you attain. Either way, luxury is completely subjective and unique to everybody. It's something you cannot place your finger on and pinpoint, but when you’re in the company of luxury, you know it. Think of soft pillows, the fluffy and elegant sofas, the gold plated cutlery. Yet it isn't one item that makes a home luxurious. One bronze statue won’t turn a rugged room into a classy space. It's a variety of items put together and synchronised to bring about the feeling of opulence. Luxury does not only refer to the aesthetics of an item but also the make. What materials have been used? What fibres cover the wood? Is it sturdy enough to withstand years of usage? So many questions. You can tell luxury furniture apart by its sophisticated design, distinctive personality and character, expert craftsmanship, attention to detail and the great quality of materials used.