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4 products for 4 rooms … living dining working sleeping

November 7, 2011

I’m running a series of blog posts, each covering product recommendations. These are products I have usually specified for clients, so I know they work well. There will be 4 products for 4 different rooms.

Living

The Volani range from BoConcept is a highly flexible furniture system that can be designed to fit the shape and style of your interior. Available in a wide variety of sizes it is now available in a grey lacquer that is very on trend. The furniture can also be wall hung if you want a simpler look.

Dining

A good quality dining table is essential but often hard to find, or extremly expensive.  The Neptune Chichester range from John Lewis is very good value – this table is 220cm long, would easily seat 8 people for a reasonable price of £850. The contrasting wood and painted finish would work well in traditional or contemporary interiors.

Working

It is very important to include good quality lighting in every home office. The new Anglepoise TypeC fitting designed by Kenneth Graham uses the latest LED technology. The style is very modern but remains true to the Anglepoise history.

Sleeping


To add a touch of glamour we recently used these side tables in a very simple bedroom we designed for a client. From Graham and Greene they added another layer to the design through the use of the textural mock croc and the simple chrome legs.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 8, 2011 11:18 am

    this post so interesting one to me.

  2. November 11, 2011 8:47 pm

    adding to fav’s

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