Bringing only the finest (and hippest) designer homeware, furniture and lifestyle collections to the discerning shopper.

In the world of online retail, where Midas descends ready and waiting to bestow unrivalled success on his chosen domain, design reigns supreme. Never is this truer than in the world of interiors – where the shift online has necessitated innovative e-commerce solutions that will quite literally blow the competition out of the water. Cue Occa Home, the retail site of the much lauded and highly respected Occa Design Studio; and the company intent on bringing only the finest (and hippest) designer home wares, furniture and lifestyle collections to the discerning shopper.

THE RANGE

Is comprehensive in the extreme. Whether it’s designer lighting, chairs or cushions you’re after, the list curated by the top team of interior designers is endless; Eva Solo joins Yves Delorme, Andrew Martin joins Timorous Beasties, Lexington Bedding is stocked alongside Eichholtz furniture, lighting and accessories. Not for nothing have these incredibly well-respected brands bestowed on Occa-Home the privilege of selling their wares.


THE FOUNDER

Is none other than Kate Mooney, who could see the significant gap in the market, for the individual willing to go the extra mile to invest in items of serious quality and enduring, not to mention boundary breaking design.

THE USP

Is significant; an incredible customer care team of interior design experts ready and willing to engage with you on Live Chat at the touch of a button, a blog full of ideas to transform your home, not to mention mood boards to get you inspired. Yes, there’s a plethora of top quality content on this easy-to-navigate site with handy search facilities and even an Outlet section where designer products can be had at highly reduced prices. What’s not to like?

TO SUMMARISE

It’s no wonder that Occa-Home is high up there with the greats of online retail, because what it does, it does incredibly well. And in an overcrowded market place that’s just what we’re after.

July 2014