Duresta sofas are handmade and hand sewn in the UK by skilled craftsman. Constructed from two types of hardwood; beech and tulipwood, the triple dowelled sofa frame is incredibly strong and rigid yet lightweight, with the tulipwood kiln dried to prevent it from bowing and twisting. There are two types of springs used in Duresta chairs. The seat is coil sprung which provides a durable base for the seat cushions and serpentine springs are used on the back for the ultimate in comfort and support.
I then looked at how I would style a room. I wanted to keep it simple and monochrome, but play with amazing quality and opulence Duresta sofas have by adding touches of gold too. This is a little bit if a departure from my usual colourful style, but I’ve really fallen for it :
Strong clean lines, it feels like a room that would be a modern classic, luxurious and sumptuous. Its a room set I imagined I would dress in a column of black or white, with strappy flats like the ones to the right of the mood board. You can tell I enjoyed this one can’t you?
I love the princess wall art I found on the Pavilion Broadway site, and it helps tie in the whole room with a more period Art Deco feel, as does the horse. The tonal rug, has some warm tones as well as monochrome, so having all three colour elements. I couldn’t resist playing with the idea of the coffee table and the lampshade matching in an opposite way, it adds a little humour to the scheme I think.