Restoration Hardware

About Restoration Hardware Company

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Founded in 1979, Restoration Hardware began in California as a single store with unique, rare hardware items the owner sold while restoring a historic home. Also known simply as RH, the brand now offers a selection of furniture and decor with outlets and galleries located in Canada and the United States.

Restoration Hardware designs, markets and sells its own collections in its many galleries. They offer high-end products for both residential and business use. Promoting a luxury lifestyle, the brand has furniture for every room in your home as well as commercial product lines, outdoor collections and decorative accents.

RH publishes sourcebooks every season to highlight all of its collections. These books showcase the brand's wide range of stylish furnishings and inform readers about new developments in the design world. They also offer tips on seasonal decorating, discuss the latest fashion trends and give room-specific advice to inspire your next interior design project.

Where is Restoration Hardware Furniture Made?

Though their headquarters is in Corte Madera, California, Restoration Hardware works with designers and artisans from around the world to create special collections and products. About a third of the retailer’s items are sourced from manufacturers in southern China. The company also imports exclusive items like bedding and luxury linens from Europe.

Restoration Hardware Furniture Quality

Customers can work with highly trained and experienced designers at Restoration Hardware to style their homes with quality pieces. These professionals help you find products that suit your needs and personal style. Shoppers in select states can request a design consultation in an RH store and receive unlimited white-glove delivery services at a flat rate.

Restoration Hardware Furniture Types

At Restoration Hardware, shoppers can find authentic vintage furniture and decor reproductions as well as updated designs. Visit RH to outfit your living room with deluxe sectionals, lighting, tables and mirrors. Or, complete an elegant master bedroom with a bed, dresser, nightstand, armoire and bedding, then shop for hardware, towels and light fixtures for your en suite bathroom.

Restoration Hardware's Expansive Product Catalog

The Restoration Hardware catalog features a number of look-specific options. Rather than stuff everything under one roof, RH has catalogs dedicated to specific looks such as Modern, Teen, and even Outdoor. They are one of the best furniture brands on the market today and their catalogs are that of legend.

Restoration Hardware Modern

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RH Modern
 is a showcase of luxury lifestyle designs capturing the best modern designers from around the world have to offer. In this RH catalog, you’ll find hard lines, thick slabs of brass, and sleek velvet textures.

Restoration Hardware Baby & Child

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As the name suggests, RH Baby & Child showcases some of the most inspired kids furniture on the market. This catalog features furniture that one would expect to see anywhere else—just sized and purposed for infants and toddlers. You’ll find luxury cribs, gliders, rockers, and even playroom furniture.

Restoration Hardware Teen

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RH Teen features furniture designed for teenage lifestyles and demands but doesn’t sacrifice quality or look. This RH catalog features storage beds, bunk beds, chic writing desks, daybeds, and a dizzying number of decor designed just for the teenage group. RH Teen brings a degree of style and luxury to teenager furniture that isn’t seen anywhere else.

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