At Ebanista, we’ve always been drawn to the classics, but with an eye for unique details, intriguing finishes, and unmistakable personality. From extraordinary casegoods and tables, to luxurious upholstery and chairs, to exquisite beds, lighting and sparkling chandeliers – styles, eras, and heritages are seamlessly layered and mixed.
Things made by hand are rare in today’s world and what sets Ebanista apart is the personal nature of what we do and how we do it. Every piece is handmade—one at a time—in Southern California, by artisans and craftsmen who devote their lives to the perfection of their craft.
The process begins with a vision for a particular piece. Through dozens of sketches and renderings, prototypes are constructed. Scale, shapes, proportions, and materials are scrutinized for both function and beauty. Layer by layer, finishes are applied until just the right effect has been achieved. Hardware, stone, fabrics, and trims are skillfully chosen for each piece with a careful consideration to silhouette and finish. Every stitch, every seam is assessed for refined tailoring. Each detail is examined until finally, it is ready to add to the collection.
Our mission is to give people around the world a sense of achievement, luxury, and pride in their distinctive homes by creating exceptional artisan-made furnishings, providing unparalleled high-touch service, and simplifying the purchasing process of high-end design.
Simultaneously classical and modern, feminine, and masculine, Ebanista fulfills the desire for living with distinctive quality and beauty – everyday.
“We know what it takes to furnish homes on a grand scale… part of our dream for Ebanista was to create a place where designers could find BEAUTIFUL PIECE after BEAUTIFUL PIECE that would be intriguing and unique for their projects.”
“We know what it takes to furnish
homes on a grand scale… part of our
dream for Ebanista was to create
a place where designers could
find BEAUTIFUL PIECE after
BEAUTIFUL PIECE that
would be intriguing and unique
for their projects.”