Even though we’re still in the early days of summer, interiors brands are already teasing us with exciting product previews for Autumn Winter 2019.
This week I was lucky enough to spend time catching up with one of Scandinavia’s leading names in design, Broste Copenhagen, to find out more about what next season has in store for them.
Bringing joy to everyday routines
The second Broste Copenhagen collection of the year is dedicated to bringing joy to everyday routines and making daily life more purposeful.
With new, well-crafted furniture for your hallway, kitchen and living room, pieces are super adaptable. Making sure that wherever you live, however you live, they will not only look good in your home but add value to your lifestyle too.
New pieces that fulfil multiple roles
Mirroring the complex lives we live today, Broste have cleverly created a number of new pieces that fulfil multiple roles as and when we need them.
Firstly, there’s the flexible ‘Ocean’ sofa. Comprising of three modules, which can all stand alone or be combined dependant on your room size or growing family needs.
I personally love its simple clean lines and instantly imagined it fitting perfectly into my own home.
It’s also super comfy and tactile, as the upholstery is a mix of high quality velvet on the armrests and frame with gorgeous brushed face fabric on the seats. It is also then finished with legs in either black beach or a dark or natural oak.
Broste have also worked in collaboration with acknowledged Danish designer, Maria Berntsen, to create the fabulous ‘Moon’ dining table.
This piece has four elements to it, again depending on what your needs and tastes are. The table top comes in either a matt black laminate or a soft warm oak. What stood out for me however was the choice of either a static frame or trestle legs, perfect for entertaining unexpected extra guests.
I also personally adored the ‘Riley’ coffee table with its hidden storage compartment underneath its oak top, which is super handy when you live with toddler!
I also loved the ‘Fredo’ table which could very easily double as a desk or dressing table if you work from home but don’t have a dedicated space.
This “multi-hyphen” ethos hasn’t just been applied to furniture. The new ‘Ursula’ ceramic flowerpots, with their raw finish and organic curves, can also be used as standalone pieces or stacked together to create a larger piece with more impact.
Classic Nordic design with modern trends
Throughout their 60 year history, Broste Copenhagen, have successfully blended classic Nordic design with modern trends. Whether it’s their tableware, textiles or furniture you can be sure whatever you choose from their Autumn Winter 2019 collection will be well loved for many years to come.
All items will be available from September, to find out more, visit the Broste Copenhagen website.
All images courtesy of Broste Copenhagen.