Ochre expands furnishings collection with new designs

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 26, 2015 in Products
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Willow table and Sable chairs

Willow table and Sable chairs

Contemporary home furnishings company Ochre has recently added to its line with a collection of new designs

The 2015 collection sets out to be an evolution of their signature range, seeing changes in shapes. forms and materials. Ochre manages to retain its modern design aesthetic with the collection as they reexamine age-old crafts such as gilding, metal casting and glass blowing.

Caribou chair and Lunar table

Caribou chair and Lunar table

The key element of the designs are sleek lines to aid in creating a minimalist effect in any interior. All of the leather used in the collection is hand-dyed and bespoke detailing can be seen on a selection of the pieces.

Panther desk

Panther desk

The London-based company has used the highest quality materials in their newest range such as Italian sable leather. They place a big emphasis on British-made craftsmanship, with each piece being made to order.

Sable stools

Sable stools


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