In 2007, Lujo was born out of the desire to create a range of relaxation-inspired furniture that would allow our customers to ‘put life on pause’ momentarily by bringing a sense of holiday to their homes.
Suitably, each collection in our range is named after a travel experience we’ve had — our own moments of pause and creativity that have inspired a range of products of which we are extremely proud.
From the outset, each piece of furniture created has had to measure up to our three core values:
Each piece of Lujo furniture in our range has been created to not only be extremely comfortable and enduring, but also to be an aesthetically pleasing piece of furniture that will become a feature in your favourite space, indoors or out. The satisfaction our customers experience from admiring their new Lujo furniture from up close and afar is what drives us to create.
All Lujo products have been vigorously tested to ensure our customers are getting the most out of their downtime by relaxing on furniture purpose-designed for comfort. Luxurious fabrics, ergonomic shapes and super soft foam fillings are just a few of the elements that make our furniture the most comfortable in the market.
Every piece that we produce is designed and hand-crafted by highly skilled craftspeople in New Zealand, ensuring we can keep a close eye on quality and workmanship. When it comes to materials, we don’t skimp on anything. World-renowned fabrics, beautiful kwila hardwood and only the best quality components ensure the impeccable quality you’ll find in every Lujo product.
More than 10 years in, we’re now exporting our products to countries in every corner of the globe — from beautiful homes to luxury resorts and chilled out commercial office spaces.
There’s more work than play these days, but the backpack still comes out from time to time. We do find it’s often when travelling that we find inspiration for new products to add to the Lujo range.
Warren Twisleton — Owner
“There is virtue in work and there is virtue in rest. Use both and overlook neither.” Alan Cohen.