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Bernadette Schaeffler brings a subtler version of luxury to contemporary homes

Bernadette Schaeffler is celebrating ten years in the business of luxury home goods this month.

Founded and owned by Bernadette Schaeffler, her namesake company reflects Bernadette’s affinity with luxury goods she developed already at a young age.

Not just the luxury goods that the likes of Netflix’s Crazy Rich Asians indulge in, but a subtler, warmer, and more delicate kind of luxury.

Bernadette’s approach to selecting, or rather hand-picking, her product makes her store’s lineup unique. “I personally select one-of-a-kind items from master craftsmen around the world,” explains Bernadette.

As a result of her tours to Europe to source the chosen goods, the blend of the old-world classics and modern simplicity is on offer.

Bernadette’s online home luxury brand combines class, elegance, and style in one go-to place, offering the brand’s patrons hand-picked super high-end items of pure European origin.

Of German stock herself and with European business education, Bernadette is one of those who luckily turned her love for the aesthetics of hand-crafted luxury goods into a flourishing business.

She brought it to American soil and until recently had a flagship store in Dallas.

Bernadette Schaeffler’s product lineup—one-of-a-kind home decor goods, home wear, clothing, original gift ideas, fashion jewelry, and coming soon—handbags, is in stark contrast with the often dreary home decor goods we come across on Amazon or other online stores that offer a mass product made from cheap materials.

The craftsmanship of Bernadette Schaeffler’s goods is unrivaled as they are made from premium and exotic leathers, hand-made and hand-painted German porcelain, rare walnut wood, and hand-graved and mouth-blown Czech Bohemian crystal.

Among other eye-catching goods, the collection of crystals is spectacular. All hand-made in Czechia, famous for its Bohemian crystal, the pieces are designed by Bernadette, some with the Dallas skyline engraved on them in homage to her city.

The sporting collection Golf Decanter, also handmade from Bohemian crystal, features a golfer engraved on it sporting golf clothes of the Golden age of the 1920s.

On top of that and just in time for Christmas, you will find the linens collection with Santa Claus-themed table linens and wonderful linen bags for Christmas presents, hand-embroidered in Germany.

Those are just a few of the dozens of superbly crafted luxury one-of-a-kind, handmade accessories that you won’t find anywhere else.

To learn more about Bernadette Schaeffler, visit her website and Instagram.

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