Over 15 years ago in The Netherlands, Eichholtz began by importing antique colonial furniture. Today, it's one of Europe's largest suppliers of contemporary furniture, lighting and accessories. Its work includes reviving traditional crafts and adapting them to the demands of today.
Many of their furniture pieces are reinterpretations of classic antiques, but with a modern design twist. Soft wood furniture pieces have a deliberately aged and slightly imperfect look but there's always time for some glitz with polished chrome in the guise of Hollywood spot lights and drinks tables. Or change the mood with some serious gentleman's club themed looks.
A company for anyone who loves quality furniture, at a welcoming price point.
UBER Interiors offer free carriage on all Eichholtz orders, discounts for multiple products and trade pricing - please contact us for a bespoke quotation.
Fusing ideas and designs from traditional to ultra-contemporary creates furniture and lighting collections which are unique to Eichholtz.
One of Eichholtz’s core values is to offer quality in their furniture, lighting and accessory collections. Customers include restaurants, hotels and store chains all over the world. With over 20 years of industry experience, Eichholtz prides themselves on creating furniture that offers classic design with modern adaptation. Combing various metals and woods adds an organic yet contemporary twist on simple and gorgeous design.
Masculine elements combine with feminine features such as curvaceous lines and subtle decorative elements to add refined beauty that caters to those that want simply sophisticated furniture. Now with a showroom and distribution centre in Noordwijkerhout, Eichholtz are going from strength to strength.
With a passion for colours, textures and fabrics that runs deep into the core of the brand, they are committed to constantly pushing the boundaries of fashion. By incorporating talented designers with an ability to persist in the creation of unique designs, Eichholtz is able to uphold a creative movement that pushes their furniture pieces into the interiors of many.