I always wondered why so many people buy inexpensive products and then, replace them every few years instead of saving up to buy a quality product that will last for generations. This is far more economical and less wasteful in the long run. I guess, I have always had the European mindset that less is more. When I buy something, I focus on quality and design rather than price. Curran is based on this European way of thinking. When I source products, I only look for quality manufactures who build quality products smartly designed. Yes, they may be more expensive upfront, but it turns out to be a bargain long term. You only buy it once and don’t have to replace it for generations. Also, well designed/made products tend to hold their value much longer than cheaply produced products.