Turned timber, up-cycling and finely crafted, wooden furniture is experiencing something of resurgence in commercial interior design.
August 1st, 2012
Where our hotels, restaurants and cafes are increasingly becoming warmer, more familial environments, demand calls for more intimate leisure spaces and the earthy appeal of timber has become to the go-to material to carry this through into furniture selections – sourced from nature it embodies all these characteristics.
Long standing specialists in this field – and more than meeting the demand – is Bellawood, a charming collection of table and seating options. Perfectly suited for use in the hospitality sector as much as they are ’at home’ in residential applications, the sturdy Bellawood range sees decorative, statement pieces sit effortlessly alongside classic aesthetics – all products boasting impeccable joinery and attention to detail.
Sourcing timbers exclusively from plantations that are certified sustainable and employing recycled table legs in their charming Saturday Stool, Bellawood’s appeal is further enhanced by the fact that the Australian made and designed goods result in shorter leads than competitors, as well as the ability to customise furniture to meet the needs of specific projects.
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