With designer and mother of three, Lillian August, at the helm, Lillian August furniture began as a home-spun quilt line. Since then, Lillian August has grown into a mother-son-run business, with partnerships ranging from Drexel to Hickory White. Today, spy hints of the brand's pastoral past in romantic details- from velvet tufting to Scarlett O'Hara-worthy fringe.
With designer and mother of three, Lillian August, at the helm, Lillian August furniture began as a home-spun quilt line. Lillian August found her chance when she exhibited her patchwork quilts at a New York Bed and Bath Industry show and was discovered by Imperial Wallcoverings, who asked her to design a wallpaper line for them. Since then, Lillian August has expanded to create home furnishings, accessories, and textiles, with the help of her two sons. With the artistic vision of Lillian August and the entrepreneurial know-how of her sons, the family venture prospered as they partnered with big brands, from Drexel to Hickory White, bringing even more contemporary designs into the market. Lillian August earned her reputation as a trend-setting innovator, with her eclectic collection of furniture, antiques, and accessories. Products are sourced from throughout the world, as the family business seeks to offer the highest quality and most unique pieces to their consumers. Lillian August also established herself as an interior designer with strong intuition, blending periods and styles to reflect her signature point of view. Each of her rooms is a skillful balance between fashion and function, as they become livable pieces of art. Lillian August furniture pieces fit into a range of aesthetics, from the glamorous Art Deco to the modern Minimalism. Today, spy hints of the brand's pastoral past in romantic details- from velvet tufting to Scarlett O'Hara-worthy fringe.