How to Order the Horchow Catalog

The Horchow Collection offers luxury furniture, linens and other home furnishings including antiques. It was considered a pioneer in luxury retail when Roger Horchow opened it as a catalog retailer in 1971. Today, it is a part of Neiman-Marcus Direct, the web and catalog sales unit of upscale retailer Neiman-Marcus. The Horchow Collection is renowned for its glossy full-color catalogs. These catalogs are highly appreciated by decorators and connoisseurs of fine furnishings who even look to the full-color photographs for aesthetic inspiration. Neiman-Marcus Direct now offers the Horchow Collection catalogs via online subscription.

Step 1

Visit the Horchow website (see Resources). 

Step 2

Enter the words "catalog subscription" into the search box at the upper right hand corner of the site.  A screen will appear with the header "Horchow Home," and it offers a one-year subscription to the Horchow catalogs.

As of April 2011, the price for a subscription is $650. 

Step 3

Type the number of catalog subscriptions you wish to order in the "Quantity" box if you want more than one subscription.  Click on "Add to Shopping Cart".

Step 4

Click on "Checkout" A screen will appear with details of your order.  If you are ordering the catalog as a gift, click on the small gift box icon next to the words "Gift Option" and enter a gift message or request a blank gift card.

Step 5

Click on the red "Checkout" prompt at the bottom left of the screen.  Enter your name, address and day phone in the text fields.

Click "Continue". 

Step 6

Enter your email and credit card information in the fields on the "Payment" screen.  A screen will appear asking you to verify your address.

Close the screen and click on "Continue". 

Step 7

Review your order and click the submit prompt.  Your catalog will be mailed to you in 10 business days.

The fee will be credited toward your first order. 

About the Author

John DeMerceau is an American expatriate entrepreneur, marketing analyst and Web developer. He now lives and works in southeast Asia, where he creates websites and branding/marketing reports for international clients. DeMerceau graduated from Columbia University with a Bachelor of Arts in history.