Furniture, for celebrated design company Alexander Lamont, has never been solely for a function of practical use, but also for the purpose of creating a visual sensation.

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Led by Alexander Lamont, the Bangkok-based British decorative artist and designer has a longstanding passion in producing iconic designs taking inspiration from the decorative arts of both Europe and Japan. It is an East-meets-West sensation which imprints its commingled beauty on each and every one of his products – spanning furniture, decoration, accessories, and lighting.


Much like contemporary poetry, his work weaves together the beauty of ancient art and modern flair, resulting in masterpieces which reflect the vivacity and vibrancy of time and human crafts.


Having lived in Thailand since 2000, Alexander now owns over five shops around Bangkok city and one in Phuket. With the goal to bring an approachable aesthetic to the home, the brand is widely appreciated for its unique designs and concept, and is celebrated across various countries through Southeast Asia, in the US, and UK.


We recently checked out the Alexander Lamont collection and found some centrepieces we truly adore. Those looking for a spectacular display object for your home, here are five art-meets-furniture pieces that will definitely amp up your interior design game.

Fan Ottoman 

Here’s a glam, oceanic take on a seat. With fan coral-shaped legs, the Fan Ottoman strikes a marine beauty yet exudes earthy, down-to-earth tones that welcome you over to sit and unwind.

Hythe Tansu

With layers of straws upholstered on the entire drawer, the Hythe Tansu features a visual texture that stands out among typical home decor pieces. The drawer also boasts a dewy, shimmering brass on the surface, giving sparks of sophisticatedly vintage charm to your space.

Cicada Bar Cabinet

Those who are after an accent piece to take your home bar area up a notch, this Cicada Bar Cabinet is a must-have. Crafted from mica, bronze, and anigre wood veneer, with a wasp bronze as a handle, the cabinet oozes a magical woodland feel, adding an enchanting allure to your bar space.

Bristol Vase

Structured from three rings of grained ivory and lined with brass on both sides of the vase, the Bristol Vase has a touch of texture, as well as cool and calming colour, which boasts an eye-pleasing appeal wherever you place it.

Turtle Coffee Table


Looking for a cool spot to display your favourite coffee table books? Opt for this turtle-patterned coffee table which will lend refined yet natural style to your space. Featuring crossed-over legs as a fun twist for the design, the table is a perfect pick for home lovers who want an air of elegance but not too bold of a statement.

Kankanit Wichiantanon
Writer, Bangkok
Kankanit is a writer by day and a baker by night. If there’s one thing you should know about her, it’s that she can wax poetic about food 24/7. Her daily routine is writing, cooking, eating, repeat. They are the things that inspire her from morning 'til night.