For me, it’s got to be Chawton cabinetry, and our Long Island seating collection. It all comes down to the freedom that both offer. Chawton can be as little or large as needed. It can also be used in multiple spaces without feeling like you’ve simply ‘copied and pasted’ the same design from one room to another. It works in pretty much any style of property too. You can maximise the height of the cabinetry to create a statement piece in a Georgian townhouse in Clifton, for example, or stick to a simple low-height dresser in a country cottage in Devon. As its exterior can be painted in any of our colours, it’s also useful for injecting personality into a scheme. Most recently, I used it in Honed Slate for a home located in Brecon, Wales. The colour really mirrored the beautiful landscape outside.
As for the Long Island sofa, it’s the soft, inviting aesthetic of the design that I love. The L-shape configuration is a particular favourite with customers – it’s comfortable, timeless and sociable. With it being modular, you also have the reassurance that it’ll fit through most doorways if access is tricky!