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Splurge Estate Services

Asheville, NC 28801
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We have been in the antique, art and design industry for years. We have gained our experience and reputation through buying and selling in Atlanta, Texas, New England, Nashville and currently in Asheville were we reside and own Splurge. 

Robert and Rebecca Nicholas have been seeking rare and hand-selected antiques and vintage objects for over 25+ years. “The Robert Look,” which has been coined by both colleagues and clients, encompasses the genre of their unique antique finds which are tasteful yet urbane.

Splurge has been sought after by restaurateurs, hotels, retail stores and designers from around the globe for distinct custom lighting, antique furnishings, vintage objects and artful creations. The eye to identify and the ability to create unique and iconic designs are the foundational elements that the company has become known for. Splurge finds and creates iconic objects that transform spaces.

Splurge has designed decorative custom lighting for the Delano Miami, Rutledge Cab Co. in Charleston, DCOTA CAY Miami and Storm Rhum Bar in Asheville, to name a few. Robert Nicholas has also designed and created art installations for American Eagle, Nordstrom and Tommy Hilfiger.

Robert redefines “traditional antiques” that often appear dark, stiff, mundane and formal. At Splurge, you can expect to find antiques and vintage furnishings as well as amazing objects and decor that boast incredible comfort, beautiful textures, and natural wears and patinas with tasteful artistic lines, creating a truly one-of-a-kind offering.

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