Firstly, sorry to all you regular readers of TFCR out there for my lack of posts last month.
I have recently started a new job working for a stunning contemporary furniture showroom called CHAPLINS in Hatch End, Middlesex. The showroom even has its very own Design Museum so for the first time in my life I actually look forward to getting up in the morning!
CHAPLINS pieces are regularly featured in interior design magazines such as Elle Decoration and Living Etc so I am sure many of you will be familiar with both their name and the brands they stock such as Vitra, Knoll and Kartell.
Anyway, once things have calmed down I hope to get back up to speed so please keep checking back! J x
Original Vitra Eames Rocker
Item number: 280377754818
‘Model 66’ rosewood sideboard by Ib Kofod-Larsen
Item number: 180388744475
Vintage 1970’s Office Trolley – Style of Joe Colombo Boby
Item number: 270434586745
Eames Contract Table
Item number: 160351984275
Posted in Ebay Picks
Tagged 1970s, eames, furniture, joe colombo, mid century modern, office, retro, scandinavian, sideboard, vintage, vitra
Retro Pieff Cocktail Cabinet
Item number: 330345732521
70s Original Light – Guzzini Style
Item number: 160349842362
Zumi Stool designed by Shuichiro Koizum
Item number: 320401270057
Eames Vitra round table with chrome base
Item number: 180385534468
6 Robin Day 675 chairs for Habitat and a matching Walnut and steel dining table
Item number: 360172324483
Posted in Ebay Picks
Tagged 1970s, eames, guzzini, habitat, interior design, mid century modern, pieff, retro, robin day, vintage, vitra
Vitra edition Eames Lounge chair and ottoman (year 2000 ex display) almost new condition. At £2600.00 it is almost half the price of a brand new one. Bargain!
Available from Designs of Modernity:
This is the first room in my new ‘A Room with a View’ series. Highlights range from the obvious Eames Lounge Chairs and Arco Flos floor lamp to the beautiful stain glass window in the adjoining room.
The different textures and colours give the room so much depth which make it so inviting and you can’t help but admire the small details like the edging on the archway.
I could get lost in this picture for hours!