Published at Wednesday, 06 June 2018. Futons and Accessories. By liezel callan.
Designed by Danish industrial designer Anders Backe, the Nest is a simple, viable piece of furniture constructed for urban spaces. We found this hybrid on Beautiful Life and the inspiration connects two cultures: “The idea behind the furniture is to combine characteristics of the Japanese design tradition with western preference for comfort and functionality. Redesign the traditional futon bed toward a young user group, while challenging the mind-set concerning a multifunctional piece of furniture for a small area.
Look for tightly sewn seams that don’t give when gently tugged, as well as thick fabric covers that won’t easily snag or tear. Avoid lumpy or sparse fill, which is most problematic in polyester-fill pillows. Also watch for new down pillows that have protruding feathers; losing fill is a problem that typically gets worse. When you’re trying to determine the best throw pillow options for your home, consider.
Melanie Porter's Knitted Furniture. Melanie Porter made a splash at this years’ London Design Festival when her knitted furniture and lamps were on display at the Truman Brewery as part of Tent London. Melanie Porter's Knitted Lamps. Claire-Anne O’Brien also took part in London Design Festival. Her fabulous knitted stools were exhibited at Designers Block. Claire-Anne O'Brien's Knitted Stools. Italian manufacturer Casamania has jumped on the bandwagon with the Granny Lamp designed by Pudelskern.
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