SOFTLINE’s 2013 collection takes its inspiration from Urban Bohemia. Unique personalities need unique designs. The new, playful urban bohemian collection from SOFTLINE captures the growing need for self-expression and individual lifestyles.
The urban bohemian style mixes modern and contemporary furniture and unites ethnic traditions from around the world with original, modern designs. The colour palette – featuring rich, warm colours like burgundy and mocha blended with modern colours such as orange, pink and red – completes the collection.
Venice: designed by busk & hertzog
This is a really useful, fully padded lounge chair whose comfy and inviting design is perfect for the home and great for public spaces. The armrest is integrated with the backrest and together with the oval seat, they make up a uniform design that suits both existing and new furniture depending on the fabric choices. Retails from £695.00
Quadro: designed by Suzanne Gronlund
Quadro is a modern Scandinavian interpretation of a mix between the traditional Moroccan cushion and the Eastern tea tray table. It can be used as a soft, cosy stool to put your feet up on after a busy day at work, with the tray as a side/sofa table for coffee mugs, your iPad, book etc..
The tray functions both as a handy portable tray and as a table top. As a table top, its sides can be turned downwards so that it forms a visual whole with the soft base, which fits perfectly with the tray. Trays come in Black, white ash and Walnut. Pouf retails from £199.00 tray retails at £165.00
Lazy: designed by Andreas Lund
The idea and ambition with Lazy was to design a sofa bed according to a new and simple principle. The ingenious result was a sofa on which the back of flips in a single movement, thus becoming part of the mattress/bed. With its light, vivid form and simple construction, Lazy looks both classic and modern. Lazy is available with wooden or metal legs. Retails from £995.00.