Fashion for Home

Today I'd like to share with you some of my favourite picks from the Fashion for Home collection. To be honest I could easily devote a whole post just to featuring their fabulous (and very reasonably priced) sofas, like this Paddington sofa (above).

A design-led company working with a hand-picked team of international designers, Fashion for Home deliver from the factory direct to your door. It's a simple concept which means that they are able to cut out the cost of warehouses, middlemen and expensive high street showrooms and offer quality designs at much lower prices.

I particularly like this mid-century style 3 seater Dowel sofa (below). There's a matching armchair too.

There's also a range of decorative accents which includes some really nice pieces. I'd love one of these elegant coat racks since our hallway is always a jumble of coats, hats, wellies and dog leads.

This shipwood lounge chair by New Zealand designer Logan Komorowski has a beautiful, aged patina. Made out of wood salvaged from old fishing boats, it's a design that feels both traditional and modern at the same time. There is something very solid and comforting about old wood, but I think the angle of the legs gives this chair a very contemporary feel.

Each one comes with a plaque stating the age of the boat and the name of the river it sailed on so you get to find out about the origins of your own particular piece.

Finally, I realise that even mentioning garden furniture right now might seem somewhat ironic, given the unrelenting deluge of rain we've been subjected to here in the UK this week, but I do seriously have my eye on these Velia garden chairs. I think they would be go really well with our much loved Bertoia chair, or as I should more correctly say Albert's much loved Bertoia chair!

Which piece would you choose?

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