Established in 2018, Thang Long Luxury Home has specialized in interior design projects within Vietnam and is the authorized distributor of unrivalled furniture, fittings and designers from Europe for Southeast Asia.
Thang Long Luxury Home‘s interior design work provides professional assessment, wide availability of luxury resources, functionality and more importantly- wow-factor. Thang Long Luxury Home team’s creativity and design expertise create custom-designed pieces to ensure everything in your home fits perfectly to reflect your personality. Thang Long Luxury Home places your personality into your space.
Pioneering in delivering products from master craftsmen of Europe and North America, Thang Long Luxury Home introduces the most exclusive brands that will elevate your home to the next level of luxury.
Thousands of luxury projects around the world have been completed with high-end brands provided by Thang Long Luxury Home. With years of experience and passion, the company has successfully integrated the finest products in a flawless space that reflects the client’s personality.
MR DENOS’ LUXURY PENTHOUSE | CHICAGO, USA
Located on the fifth floor of the Chicago Luxury Furniture Centre in Chicago’s vibrant River North Neighborhood, sits one of the most well-appointed penthouses in America.
MR HUXLEY’S KITCHEN | CHESHIRE, ENGLAND
The architectural kitchen is one of the brand’s most celebrated designs and has been hugely popular since its debut. Introducing here Mr. Huxley’s Kitchen featuring a bold graphite to the focal point of the central island complemented by a paler grey palette on the key cabinetry and further enhanced by the striking black walnut doors that house the larger appliances. Key concepts such as a barista bar are conveniently concealed, offering easy access whilst maintaining clean lines.
MANHATTAN MANSION KITCHEN | LENOX HILL, NEW YORK
This New York kitchen embodies all elegance of the Deco period whilst maintaining a contemporary feel. Clive Christian Furniture Co. took further inspiration from the 1930s glorious Orient Express Lalique panelling, where the glazed panels were used to separate the different compartments in their classic Pullman carriages.