Give Your Bathroom A Makeover With Lusso: High-End Furniture

Lusso is a leading lifestyle brand that specialises in high-end bathroom furniture, homeware, and fixtures/fittings for beautiful homes and aspirational hotels.

Launched in 2014, Lusso is one of the fastest-growing consumer businesses in the UK. Initially starting out as a high-end bathroom furniture specialist, more recently, Lusso expanded into homeware, too.

The range includes hardware, tiles, and accessories, and some newly-launched dining tables. The business has gone on to gain international acclaim – due to its’ exceptional quality, craftsmanship, and ‘modern elegance.’

The brand was founded by Wayne Spriggs. Wayne is a high-end property developer, and an investor in multiple businesses, but it wasn’t always this way. He was born-and-bred in a Council house in Middlesbrough, and his career started out on the milk and paper rounds. Now, his empire is worth more than £150 million.

“We’ve always been focused on enabling people to enjoy luxury living at an affordable price. I want Lusso to remain the only destination for our products, with the ultimate vision of becoming the world’s leading single-brand, luxury department store,” he said. Also, Lusso has won multiple accolades since its inception:

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  • The brand was ranked sixth place in the ‘Fast Track Exports League,’
  • Lusso was a LUX Life 2022 ‘Leader in Luxury’ award-winner for ‘Leading Artisan Bathroom Manufacturer,’ and:
  • The brand was a ‘fastest-growing medium business’ in the Ward Hadaway North East Fastest 50 Awards.

As well as this, Wayne has added new additions to the Lusso range, to help with the cost-of-living crisis that’s sweeping throughout the UK:

“We have introduced more efficient products into the Lusso range and I expect this to be an even bigger trend in 2023. Products such as sensor taps, boiling water taps, Japanese-inspired toilets and mixer taps all fall under this category, as they can save water and reduce living costs,” he concluded.

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