- Luxury brands sell far more than expensive handbags and high-end clothes.
- Brands like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Tiffany & Co. sell a variety of every day objects for hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of dollars.
- Some of the most surprisingly expensive items include $US1,650 Lego blocks from Tiffany & Co. and a $US410 candle from Versace.
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When it comes to shopping for everyday household items, people tend to stick to department stores and online sites in order to find the lowest prices.
But for those looking to splurge, many of these same everyday items can be purchased from some of fashion’s biggest names. Brands like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Tiffany & Co. sell a variety of household goods in addition to clothes and accessories.
Below, we’ve rounded up 30 expensive everyday items sold by high-end designers.
This Alexander McQueen umbrella features a unique skull handle.
Considering the price tag on this product, it’d be smart not to use it on windy days.
You’ll need to store your own supplies in this Tiffany & Co. first aid box.
This box may not contain any Band-Aids, but it is made out of sterling silver.
This tic-tac-toe set from Prada doesn’t feature any X’s or O’s.
Instead, the game includes black-and-white monogrammed Prada chips.
This paper clip from Tiffany & Co. is designed to be used as a bookmark.
Not only is this paper clip made of 18-karat gold, but it’s also oversized and measures 2.5 inches long.
Tiffany & Co. also sells a sterling silver clothespin.
You won’t have to worry about confusing this clothespin with others you already own, as a Tiffany-Blue stripe is painted at the very top.
You’ll have the most stylish home decorations with Louis Vuitton’s decorate flowers.
The origami-inspired designs are made from leather.
Vivienne Westwood currently sells cushions in three different styles.
The design pictured above was inspired by Westwood’s “love for nature with delicate, oversized blooms.”
Few candles are as luxurious as this one from Versace.
This candle is amber-scented, packaged in a transparent glass container, and features Versace’s signature Medusa symbol on the lid.
You won’t find a yoga mat in this Vivienne Westwood yoga bag.
Each bag is produced in Kenya as part of Vivienne Westwood’s Ethical Fashion Initiative.
You won’t want to lose any pieces to this Prada puzzle.
There’s an option for everyone when choosing a puzzle from the designer, as it’s available with portraits of Milan, New York, and London.
Versace sells luxurious beds for pets.
Technically this bed is made for dogs, but cat lovers can rest assured knowing that it works perfectly for felines, too.
A side table from Gucci will embellish any home.
Printed on the table is the French phrase “Maison De L’Amour,” which translates to “House of Love.”
This Burberry rattle is shaped like a teddy bear.
The toy is made from knitted cotton, and features hand-embroidered details.
Athletes passionate about ping-pong might want to invest in this Louis Vuitton paddle set.
Even the ping-pong balls in this set are marked with Louis Vuitton’s monogram.
This lantern from Hermes actually features four lamps in one device.
The Hermes website describes each lantern as a “lighting tool that exudes poetry and fantasy” meant for indoor or outdoor use.
Cat lovers will adore this metal tray from Gucci.
The tray features grooved sides, making it ideal for both serving and displaying.
These Victoria Beckham key rings are made from blonde gold and green agate stones.
These key rings were designed to honour Victoria Beckham’s first store in London.
You can buy sterling silver, LEGO-style blocks from Tiffany & Co.
The set comes with 10 blocks, each of which can be engraved with up to three letters for an additional $US25 each.
This pack of playing cards from Hermes is not like your average deck.
The game comes with two sets of designer bridge cards, as well as an orange box.
Leather boxes from Loewe will cost you a minimum of $US450.
Loewe crafts each box without stitches or inserts and hand-paints every inch.
Louis Vuitton designed expensive candles that look like handbags.
Each candle is said to smell like a scent from a different aspect of nature.
Hand soap typically costs less than a few dollars, but not when it’s made by Burberry.
The product is actually described by the brand as “hand wash,” and is sold in three scents: purple hyacinth, English rose, and cedar wood.
Louis Vuitton’s newest headphones are some of the most luxurious on the market.
People were shocked by Apple’s $US159 AirPods when they first launched in 2016. Two years later, tons of brands have released their own wireless headphones, including luxury designers.
Louis Vuitton’s set comes with a charging case and is available in four different colours.
Dolce & Gabbana’s blender is dishwasher-safe.
You can also buy toasters, refrigerators, and tea kettles from the brand.
You can buy tons of baby gear from Hermès, including bibs.
Bibs from the brand are said to be hand embroidered, which explains the high price tag.
Gucci sells three-panel screens that could add a touch of luxury to any room.
In department stores, room dividers can cost hundreds of dollars. But from Gucci, the items are made to order, and are therefore much more expensive.
Simple phone cases from Prada cost nearly as much as the actual device.
This specific cell phone case is made from Saffiano leather, and includes a built-in wallet that can store up to 12 credit cards.
Louis Vuitton is selling its own colourful version of Jenga for a hefty price.
The game, called Monogram Tower, was designed for “refined” collectors and is made from “plexiglass playing pieces,” according to Louis Vuitton’s Hong Kong website.
Cost: 25,700 HKD (approximately $US3,296)
Reusable straws are trendy right now, leading Dior to create a luxury set.
The glamorous pack comes with six hand-painted straws, all of which are made from hand-blown glass.
Cost: $US147, or £120
If in need of office supplies, Off-White is now offering expensive binder clips.
The $US95 products are available in orange and black. They seem to function the same as regular binder clips, though they’re emblazoned with the brand’s name.
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