Patents/Intellectual Property + Enforcement


Patent Marking

The following PLUSH AND OAK INC. products, or portions thereof, are protected by patents in the United States, Canada and elsewhere. This web page is provided to satisfy the virtual patent marking provisions of various jurisdictions including the virtual patent marking provisions of Section 16 of the America Invents Act. The following list of products may not be all inclusive, and other products not listed here may be protected by one or more patents in the United States and elsewhere. Additional patents may be pending in the United States or elsewhere.

All PLUSH AND OAK INC. products are designed and created by Courtney Buhler and Jordan Driessen.


USA no. D997,653
Canada No: 202,304
AUS No.: 202115852
Mexico No.: MX/F/2021/002851
EU No.: 008701700
UK No.: 6163897

Enforcing Intellectual Property Violation and Patent Infringements

Plush + Oak is dedicated to upholding the integrity of our designs, and own exclusive rights to the manufacturing, material selection, distribution, sale, of each of our patented designs. We vigorously protect and take action against any infringing products. 

Plush + Oak holds all rights to patented designs, and holds the authority to remove and destroy all infringing furniture items from any salon who chooses to buy infringing product or require large modifications to infringing beds (upon approval) to no modify so they are not confused with patented designs. 
Plush + Oak holds all rights and authority to litigate against any sale, resale, or manufacturing, or purchase of furniture items that infringe on our patented designs. 

Plush + Oak has been successful in every case against patent infringement since the inception of our company. All have been settled outside of court through means not limited to: monetary settlement compensation by the infringer, destruction and removal of infringing products from salons, removal of any infringing product photos and videos, public acknowledgement/statement on social media/web by infringers. 


Original design and intellectual property innovation have been part of Plush + Oak's success since Courtney Buhler and Jordan Driessen, first pioneered ergonomic salon furniture in 2020 with their first Edda bed design/invention. Plush + Oak continues to invest in developing and protecting innovative and quality products that balance between realms functionality, and architecture. 

“Jordan and I have created a new type of salon furniture that hadn't existed before in the marketplace to fill a need in the market – all with a focus on design and quality. We are committed to defending our intellectual property and preserving our creativity for upholding value to our customers and partners,” said Courtney Buhler. “With support from our global partners, we will continue to survey the global marketplace to ensure Plush + Oak's intellectual property is protected.”