Posts Tagged: Furniture

Say Hello to Tron

Tron is a special collection for Knightsbridge as it is the result of a collaboration with Bruce Kenneth, a friend and industry peer of the team at Knightsbridge. Bruce is a furniture designer from West Yorkshire and a regular maker on BBC 1’s Money for Nothing. As an up-and-coming designer with heaps of passion, creativity… Read More >

6 December 2022

Contract Furniture Feature in niu Loom Hotel

Design Insider is thrilled to share a recent project by the Contract Furniture Group. The niu Loom hotel sits at the heart of what used to be lovingly referred to as Cottonopolis. What was the beating heart of the UK textiles industry, Manchester now attracts business and pleasure visitors by the thousands. To help accommodate… Read More >

19 February 2021

Taylor’s Classics New Website & Projects

Since 1978, Taylor’s Classics has been supplying traditional and modern furniture to bars, restaurants, hotels, cafes, cafés and pubs all over the world. The company designs, manufacturers and stocks its own collections of chairs, tables and stools, as well as many other eclectic pieces of furniture. They also restore reclaimed furniture and supply antiques to… Read More >

23 July 2020

Morgan Put a New Spin on Classic Materials

Morgan, one of the UK’s most respected contract furniture designer and manufacturers, announces new material options available for the Modena, Rakino and Kaya collections: terrazzo and cane. [Find Morgan through BCFA Product Finder] Traditional, natural materials are experiencing a renaissance as designers reimagine and reinvigorate these beloved styles, embracing feelings of nostalgia while adding a… Read More >

28 April 2020

Abode by Bisley

Ever since launching the iconic MultiDrawer in 1958, Bisley has pioneered innovative storage that meets the challenges of the time. Their products enhance workspaces by providing intelligent, useful and often bespoke storage solutions which create organised environments. Whether that means furniture for focused and individual working, or adaptable pieces for collaborative spaces, meeting rooms or… Read More >

22 April 2020

Leading Designer, Mark Barrell, Unveils 2020 Industry Trends

Mark Barrell, Design Director at Boss Design, has unveiled the trends that are set to influence the market in 2020.  According to the leading designer, the continued movement towards mass personalisation will be a major trend during 2020.  [Find Boss Design on the BCFA Product Finder] Mark Barrell explains: “One-size-fits-all doesn’t fit anymore. Demand for… Read More >

29 January 2020

Furnotel visits Richmond Hill Hotel

Richmond Hill Hotel as the name suggests stands proud in the heights of this busy Borough town with magnificent views looking down towards the Thames that winds through the centre. A 4-star independently owned 144 bedroom Georgian hotel which was previously three townhouses that have been joined together over the years. The Furnotel project team… Read More >

22 October 2019

Inside Out Delivers Hollywood Glamour

When Mayfair’s members-only casino, The Colony Club, underwent a refurbishment, interior design practice Dakota House of Design turned to furniture specialist Inside Out Contracts for its expertise in crafting one-of-a-kind pieces for individual project needs. It wouldn’t be a casino without an air of glamour and luxury exuding from every aspect of the decor. As… Read More >

17 October 2019

Curtis Furniture and the Hard Rock Hotel

Curtis Furniture are delighted to have supplied the first ever Hard Rock Hotel in the UK. Being involved in bringing the Hard Rock brand back to its British roots was both an honour and a responsibility to relish. “Shipping supplies from outside the UK carries a risk to the quality of materials and timings of… Read More >

14 October 2019

Concorde BGW’s Broad Street Townhouse

Broad Street Townhouse is a new boutique city-centre bolthole – offering eleven impeccably designed bedrooms, café by day and a speakeasy bar, The Blind Pig, by night. The grade two listed property, built from traditional Bath limestone, dates back to 1885. The site was formally a music shop to the ground floor and a derelict… Read More >

9 August 2019