For more than 30 years, Wallace Sacks has been dedicated to producing high quality products for the home. Established in 1978, Wallace Sacks is named after its founder and to this day is a small, family-run business overseen by Wallace’s eldest son, Stephen, who is the CEO.
A luxury manufacturing company, Wallace Sacks products have been stocked in upmarket high street stores such as Heals, Graham and Greene, John Lewis and House of Fraser since the 1980s.
With the advent of the internet, the brand has been able to sell furniture, high quality bed linen and home accessories directly to its customers online. And with fewer overheads, we have been able to pass on the savings we make to our clientele.
Wallace Sacks products reflect the company’s ethos of providing luxurious products and designs at affordable prices.
We source our products from around the world and are proud of the relationships we have cultivated with our suppliers, many of whom we have been working with for decades. All our manufacturers are experts in their chosen product field and supply products to many of the best known high street names. Our designs are made to order and come straight from the manufacturer, so we have no middlemen or store costs to bump up the price. In that way we can pass the savings straight on to you.
Our product range has expanded from Egyptian cotton bedlinen right through to bespoke leather sofas and garden furniture and we are continually looking to expand and improve our range.
Making to order does mean that you'll have to wait a bit longer for your item, but we do this for a number of reasons that are of benefit to our customers.
Making every item to order means that we can monitor quality much more closely. If a workshop partner falls below expected quality we can quickly fix the issue or switch to a different workshop.
Our design is an evolutionary, customer focused process. If we receive feedback that there is something about a design that does not match customers' expectations then we can very quickly change that for future production.
Many of our leather items have a unique aged appearance. This is created individually by hand to add a wear pattern in the places that would naturally wear over time. This cannot be re-created on mass. The result is that you'll get a one-off piece unique to you
We don't own a factory, instead we have a network of highly skilled workshop partners who produce items for us on demand. We also don't hold large stocks of furniture for months on end and we don't have stores to fill.
In short, made to order means lower costs for us and lower prices for you.
So we feel that the longer wait is a small trade-off and we hope you'll agree.
... is to bring finely made products at affordable prices to everyone.