There are a few key details that make the Shoreditch work for various styles of home.
Firstly, its low, square shape. It’s an easy-going presence in a room, rather than shouting 'look at me'. It’s more of a subtle contemporary touch than a glaring one.
Secondly, its angled oak legs, which are a more modern design stance, but use a time-honoured material.
And lastly, the gentle curve on the front of the arm – it’s a tiny thing, but it just adds that extra hint of softness. Not too much for those who have a very contemporary interior, but enough for those of you who don’t want to do contemporary in a big way.
It’s also worth pointing out that Shoreditch’s clean lines make it easy to match up with other furniture, like side tables and floor lamps. It’s hard to go wrong because all kinds of shapes and styles fit happily around it. It’s a great backdrop, an easy canvas to work with.