Bespoke Home Living
As the winter months loom in the northern hemisphere, our thoughts turn to hibernating in the comfort and luxury of our homes to avoid stepping out in the cold. With this in mind, The Luxury Channel brings you our pick of the perfect pieces of furniture with which to decorate your home. From chic chandeliers to stunning sofas, we’ve got it covered….
The conventional Gentleman’s club is reworked into a contemporary version of the historic British members club, creating a modern day home-away-from-home where pleasure and work collide. The Club collection features a palette of metallic colours, extraordinary lighting and tactile finishes with new functions ranging from cocktail shakers to task lighting.
Arlo & Jacob
The Darcy sofa is Arlo & Jacob’s modern-day take on the classic Chesterfield. Draped in a choice of fabrics, this button-backed beauty is made the old fashioned way, designed with luxurious living in mind. Made to order at Arlo & Jacob’s factory in Long Eaton, every sofa is made from start to finish by one person and then white glove delivered to your door, and comes with a lifetime guarantee on the furniture frame.
The Sequoia table top has a walnut root veneer with matte ﬁnish, and the look is enriched by the texture of the brass base with an aged patina veneer. A beautiful statement piece based on one of the tallest trees in the world.
22 22 Edition Design
The Soleil Chandelier captivates your attention with its unique design. Born from a detailed exploration of form, volume and matter, this original light fixture acts as a sun that radiates light in arabesque patterns. Made out of steel wire with epoxy paint, the rays of this remarkable design piece are covered with a non-flammable Lycra material which is available in an array of colours such as black, white, fuchsia and green.
Hamilton Conte Paris
Artisanal production and attention to detail are the cornerstones of the Hamilton Conte Paris philosophy, whose artistic approach takes inspiration from a variety of styles and cultures. Creations are the fruit of an alliance between designers and artisans, all of whom are passionate about their craft – the Talos cocktail table being one such example.
London-based, Finnish design brand Klaus Haapaniemi has unveiled a limited edition range of upholstered wood sofas in collaboration with the Finnish sustainable wood furniture brand, Nikari, creating an experimental and intricate range that launched during London Design Festival. Haapaniemi has customized the popular birch sofa with an angled back engraved by Nikari craftsmen with a series of original patterns. Five versions of the sofa are being offered, each with a different Klaus Haapaniemi fabric and a different style of engraving. There are four Nocturnal Bloom patterns to choose from, four linen fabrics and a velvet version.
Hind Rabii offers top-of-the-range, Belgian-made lighting to a discerning clientele, with pieces being indicative of excellence, refinement and luxury. The company is committed to using only European-made materials, and the customer selects the lampshade’s finish, materials, colour and size to suit the space in which it will be used.
Parker & Farr
Parker & Farr have been master sofa-makers since 1950 and still use the same techniques today. This means wooden dowels, pure cotton wadding, jute, hessian hair and silk thread. Sofas can be customised for a bespoke finish, if your home needs a more personal touch, and customers can choose from different fabrics, feet, colours, cushion fillings, detailing and size.
Embellished with crystal and semi-precious stones, the THG collections of luxury tap fittings are in-keeping with the brand’s legacy for great expertise. THG works to protect the environment by recycling and producing renewable energy, and the company is dedicated to being eco-friendly. THG surrounds itself with world famous designers as well as premium French brands, including Lalique, Baccarat and Christofle. THG has fitted bathrooms in luxury locations all over the world such as the Majestic in Cannes, the Hermitage in Monaco, Le Bristol in Paris, the Burj Al Arab in Dubai, the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi and Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Launched at the 100% Design Show in London and shown during Salone del Mobile in Milan, the new collection from Naomi Paul is an elegant range of crochet lamps. The award-winning GLÜCK pendant design has evolved, making way for the V2 GLÜCK pendant, capturing the perfect equilibrium between light and shade. The handcrafted crocheted surface gives the entire shade an effervescent glow ideal for dining tables and overhead lighting. Part of Walpole Crafted’s Class of 2014, Naomi Paul is one of the new generation of craftsmen we’re keeping a keen eye on!