NEW SEASON FURNITURE
Ardingly may be a drinks cabinet on the surface (inspired by early 20th century designs), but it’s capable of being so much more. A TV cupboard, a larder, a dressing table, a desk…this is a cabinet that’s all about giving you options and flexibility, so it can continue to adapt as you and your home change. And, just as you’d expect from us, it’s also built from the most trustworthy of natural materials – painted tulipwood, darkened oak and Carrara marble – with details like Black-Bronze hardware and subtle, dimmable lighting that make it a tactile and visual joy to use.
Tall, slim, glass-fronted Shepton is our curio cabinet for when floorspace is tight – although its uses go beyond just displaying collected finds. Fill its (deceptively) deep, adjustable shelves with crockery and glassware and welcome it into a kitchen. Or, give it purpose as a storage piece-meets-bookcase in an office. It could even be a larder, or perhaps a linen cupboard. And that’s where its beauty really lies: as a timeless design that can evolve alongside you and your home.
While, these days, you’re more likely to think of our Sunbury cabinet as a sideboard, it’s actually based on 18th and 19th-century kitchen safes – simple pieces made to store food away from any unwelcome visitors. Fitted kitchen cabinets might serve that purpose now, but we still think Sunbury would make a sweet little larder. Alternatively, keep it near your dining table and fill its strong, deep shelves with crockery and glassware, and its drawer with placemats and napkins.
Caspar started out life as our version of a classic club chair, which we’ve since up-sized into two and three-seater sofas. With their stud detailing and comfortable, relaxed design, they still have all the hallmarks of the vintage pieces the Caspar collection was inspired by, but even in sofa form, manage to fit all that within quite a modest, versatile footprint.
Sometimes, in a living room, too many upholstered sofas and chairs can feel all a bit squashy and fabric-heavy. It’s a useful design trick to add contrast with a timber-framed chair. Which is why, when we spotted a mid-century chair doing just that in a hotel, we knew straight away that we wanted to bring the concept to our Arts & Crafts-inspired Wycombe collection. And so this oak-framed and rush-seated occasional armchair was born.
Although it was inspired by a grand antique (at Blenheim Palace, hence its name), this coffee table’s airy elegance is just right in a less-is-more home. The curves on the base are graceful – not fussy – while the darkened oak finish is a nod to its antique origins but has a tactility and matte appearance that helps Blenheim strike a balance between old and new.
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