Nothing beats the texture and warmth of natural beautiful timbers. Featuring woods in any interior is equally good for our wellbeing and the environment when sourced sustainably. This week’s Indesign In Focus brings to you an array of warm finishes.
July 29th, 2019
With the cooler months well and truly upon us now, there’s no better time to indulge in warmer finishes for furniture, finishes and more, as this week’s Indesign in Focus shows…
WoodSide is an amazing porcelain stoneware reproduction of timber with all the natural irregularities of wood combined with the high performance of porcelain stoneware for a durable, versatile, innovative and undisputed charm.
Mafi Oak Country Vulcano offers variations in rich, mid-browns ensuring a surface with character. Its colouring can be attributed to the Mafi vulcano thermo heat treatment. This hand crafted, engineered board consists of three-layers with the top and bottom made of the same species, ensuring perfect balance.
Ippongi is a finely crafted, mirrored solid wood table made from planks in a very fine surface finish resting on a light frame.
Displaying a presence and panache that belies its versatility, the relaxed, smooth flowing forms of Kruze reflects this chairs ability to complement a wide range of environments.
Eveneer Prefinished comprises Eveneer real timber veneer pressed on a high pressure laminate back, factory finished with high performance 2 pack polyurethane complete with UV inhibitors.
Inspired by the dynamic forms of bio-genetics, DNA is a modular bench system like no other.
Unknown is a sharp angular light pendant that plays with illuminating through prismatic forms.
Designed for heavy contract use, Pola is ideal for hospitality, workplace, education and residential environments and is also suitable for outdoor use.
ercol Love Seat is a charming two person bench, available with either an elm or walnut seat, with solid turned timber beech legs.
The Arki Wood Table family is warm and engaging sibling to the Arki table range, featuring solid timber legs in ash.
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