Designed and manufactured in collaboration with Luxury Living Group this collection of Bentley Home Furniture makes its debut at the Maison & Objet fair in Paris. Taking its inspiration from the world of travel the collection is a balance between traditional and modern sophistication.
Against the backdrop of a 1920s train station, the setting shows two parallel scenes set in a wide corridor towered by an impressive clock. On one side there are the alpine mountains and the other side shows an urban scene. Both of these together reveal living areas where minute details create a warm atmosphere.
Furniture designed by Carlo is like sitting in a luxurious Bentley. Sofas, armchairs, beds and accessories like photo frames, cigar boxes have a distinct style that is good for daily use without having to compromise on style and design.
The colours used are more partial to the warm colours of pale brown, brick, dark chocolate, greys, burgundy. Pinstripes and the iconic diamond design of the interiors of a Bentley find themselves on the furniture. Velvets, quilting, 3D designs and other materials are used to give variety to the pieces. Varied marble and stone are used for the table-tops and side tables as well.
The Winchester sofa have armrests stretching outwards that give it an aerodynamic look. It is available in leather and cloth upholstery and starts from $14,600.
The Ashley Armchair is a comfortable, enveloping armchair with a sleek design. With an elegant diamond pattern on the inner part and upholstered in leather or cloth and its steel base with a swiveling mechanism this is one comfortable chair. Starting from $6,400.
Berkeley Bed has clean clear lines. Its headboard has a curved form that follows the contour of the bed frame. This to has the diamond pattern on the inside. It is made in a nubuck leather version in dark coffee shades. It begins from $5,300.
These are just some of the pieces that Bentley has created, this is tuly a collection worth seeing.