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A small collection of bedroom furniture with a more traditional feel. Made in Oak and a choice of finishes, this is ideal in a traditional setting or as a contrast to other contemporary pieces.
Dressing table, tallboy chest of drawers and wardrobe available on request.
The Burr collection has been updated and made into more of a classic or traditional looking range. The inlays of burr veneer are no longer small details but cover entire drawer or door fronts.
When creating Classic the brief was to offer the equivalent of ‘the little black dress’ in furniture form. Something that you can ‘dress up’, or ‘play down’, depending on where it is going.
The Flair range has mirror glass or burr inlays in the V shape pedestal base. This looks particularly striking in the collection of occasional tables and stunning on a large ten plus seater dining table. Mirror glass is also inlayed into the dining table tops around the edges. Or contrasting painted panels can be inserted into the pedestals. The possibilities really are endless.
This is probably one of the most versatile ranges of furniture we have designed so far, since the carcass is available in three timber stain finishes. The astragal beading is optional and can be removed if desired. Or if kept can be painted with one of our metal paint finishes. The mirror inserted into the sides of the piece of furniture can be silver mirror, copper mirror, or grey mirror glass. If you prefer to have a painted panel of any colour you may. And we will colour match to any paint code. And if that is not enough of creative options for you, you could put upholstered panels in the sides of the furniture using any fabric you choose.
Simplicity was, as its name suggests, a very simple design based on the cube. The lamp table is a cube and the coffee and console table have the base as a cube with the addition of a large flat plain of timber as the top. To intensify the simple cube form the use of two tone timbers or colours exaggerates the inner core and outer plains of the cube.
While the Synergy design was in contrast, all about sharp angles and clean lines. This was made even more obvious by using glass tops to the tables. Therefore the structure of the frame was clearly and easily seen.