As decades go, the 70s brought us much in the way of iconic design, both in terms of fashion and interiors, and certainly marked the beginning of a new era in furniture design. Enter world leading furniture designers, Roche Bobois and their famously fabulous Mah Jong sofa, designed in collaboration with artist and designer Hans Hopfer in 1971. It’s uniqueness is in its versatility and limitless options of configuration along with a stunningly simple, low-slung approach to comfort.
And just as this design masterpiece celebrates its 50th birthday, Redbrick welcomes Roche Bobois into its fold at the glorious interiors hub near Leeds. Home to over forty carefully curated inspirational stores such as Heal’s BoConcept and Natuzzi, the luxury brand fits right in.
Ground Floor Showroom at Redbrick
218 Bradford Road,
Batley, WF17 6JF
COMFORT AND JOY
Now is definitely the time to hunker down and get comfy. Choose neutral hues and natural materials to help you relax, unwind and prepare for the madness ahead.
ALL IS BRIGHT
Lamps are transformative, creating beautiful pockets of light and ambience. With careful selection, they work as well switched off as they do when lit. Never skimp on lamps either. You need plenty. They are game-changers.
ON THE SURFACE
Specialist supplier of handmade artisan tiles, Bert & May has collaborated with Little Greene in a union made of heavenly colours and finishes. With a collection that sees eight of Little Greene’s timeless colours perfectly translated in to two of Bert & May’s signature tiles – soft chalky cement squares and rich, glossy, glazed herringbones – to create the most enticing and seamless combination that will take your interiors to the next level.
Another glorious coffee table tome and this one comes from Athena Calderone, creator of EyeSwoon (eye-swoon.com) who taps into her network of talented interior decorators, fashion designers and tastemakers to reveal how carefully crafted interiors come together. It’s full of inspiration on design and entertaining, perfect for the season ahead.