The G Plan Edit
As one of Britain's best known furniture brands the name G Plan is almost synonomous with British interiors of the 60s and 70s when their dining tables and sideboards could be found in homes up and down the country. Still one of the UK's biggest upholstery manufacturers, in more recent years they've worked with Hemingway Design on the G Plan Vintage Collection which draws its inspiration from the iconic furniture the company manufactured during the 60s and 70s.
Their latest launch, the G Plan Edit, is a carefully curated contemporary collection of indulgent sofas and statement chairs for the modern home. The collection was inspired by a selection of Italian bouclé feature fabrics, which have just a hint of the classic Chanel jacket about them. These are complemented by stylish plain base fabrics, with bolsters and scatter cushions available in more luxe pearl or metallic accent fabrics, giving you the option to build up lots of different contrasting textures and fabrics within a single colour palette.
The designs take their names from famous figures in music, film and the arts - Lennon, Hockney, Bowie and Hepburn. The Hepburn (shown above in blue and grey) is a timeless, elegant chair designed to either work alongside other pieces in The Edit collection or sit alone as a statement piece.
The Bowie has a shapely silhouette, a deep inviting seat and a buttoned back.
The Hockney, which comes in three different sizes, features elegantly shaped arms and solid oak wooden feet (light or dark wood options are available). Arm bolsters add extra style and support and a footstool and Snuggler chair complete the range.
The Lennon combines comfort with an inviting, relaxed and timeless style that will sit comfortably within a wide range of interiors.
The collection is available in a colour palette that includes neutral hues like buff, clay and smoke, as well as on trend dark blues, or coral for those who want to make a bolder style statement. Stockist information is available here.
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Photography by Debi Treloar with styling by Marianne Cotterill.
Posted in collaboration with G Plan.