Furniture: History, Style and Design

Herda: From Wartime Tins to Netherlands' Luminary Legacy

Herda: From Wartime Tins to Netherlands' Lumina...

In an era of scarcity, two brave brothers turned adversity into innovation, repurposing the cookie tins dropped by Allied forces of the war into the very first Herda lamps, shining a...

Herda: From Wartime Tins to Netherlands' Lumina...

In an era of scarcity, two brave brothers turned adversity into innovation, repurposing the cookie tins dropped by Allied forces of the war into the very first Herda lamps, shining a...

The Iconic Barcelona Chair by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

The Iconic Barcelona Chair by Ludwig Mies van d...

When tasked with designing a chair suitable for a king and queen, architect and designer Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, a prominent figure in modernist architecture, rose to the occasion...

The Iconic Barcelona Chair by Ludwig Mies van d...

When tasked with designing a chair suitable for a king and queen, architect and designer Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, a prominent figure in modernist architecture, rose to the occasion...

Matteograssi - A Story about the Finest Furniture, set in Brianza, Italy

Matteograssi - A Story about the Finest Furnitu...

In 1880, the Grassi family began their legacy in beautiful city of Brianza, Italy, by crafting horse equipment like saddles and reins. Post-World War II, they embraced northern Italy's industrial...

Matteograssi - A Story about the Finest Furnitu...

In 1880, the Grassi family began their legacy in beautiful city of Brianza, Italy, by crafting horse equipment like saddles and reins. Post-World War II, they embraced northern Italy's industrial...

The Story of Beithcraft Scottish Furniture

The Story of Beithcraft Scottish Furniture

From the mid 19th century until the 1980s, Beith, in Ayrshire, was the most important furniture manufacturing town in Scotland, with a reputation for high-quality furniture. In 1872, Robert Balfour,...

The Story of Beithcraft Scottish Furniture

From the mid 19th century until the 1980s, Beith, in Ayrshire, was the most important furniture manufacturing town in Scotland, with a reputation for high-quality furniture. In 1872, Robert Balfour,...

Why we love Mid Century Modern Design?

Why we love Mid Century Modern Design?

We love mid-century design because it represents a transformative era that embraced functionality, simplicity, and new materials. The post-war period saw a departure from ornate patterns to cleaner lines and...

Why we love Mid Century Modern Design?

We love mid-century design because it represents a transformative era that embraced functionality, simplicity, and new materials. The post-war period saw a departure from ornate patterns to cleaner lines and...

Bauhaus - A style that has reborn today

Bauhaus - A style that has reborn today

Our world would look a lot different without the Bauhaus influence, from modernist buildings to the geometrical shapes and lines of the furniture, it’s hard to avoid seeing the influence...

Bauhaus - A style that has reborn today

Our world would look a lot different without the Bauhaus influence, from modernist buildings to the geometrical shapes and lines of the furniture, it’s hard to avoid seeing the influence...