Top 10 Picks from BoConcept, an Exclusive Sneak Peek at the New Autumn Collection
BoConcept are one of the major brands at Redbrick, in fact my Imola Chair, which you can see in the top photo, came from there, and you can read all about why I chose this chair here. The Imola chair, which is iconic to BoConcept and now iconic in my living room, would naturally be my first pick from the store, but today I am exploring the top ten picks from the new Autumn Collection.
Yes, today you get to see the Autumn collection ahead of anyone else, here on the blog. And if you are coming to the blog direct, please note you can enter to win a Sydney Trolley on my main Instagram feed here.
Top Ten Picks from BoConcept.
The Pine Cone Pendant. This is an update on BoConcept's now classic design in antique brass; in response to modern material trends; a warmer aesthetic, a richer tone and softer reflections into a room, brass, adds glamour without being ostentatious.
The downlighting effect on this lamp makes for a perfect light over a dining table. R.R.P. £469
The Madrid Dining Table. A round dining table to seat up to 6 has a handmade concrete base, that takes 6 weeks to make. No two tables are therefore, the same, offering a unique piece for you home. The design comes in black or white, or with a white glass top, and you can buy the matching coffee table. Dining Table R.R.P. £1599.
Bordeaux Wall shelves, the design of which is so simple, it becomes very elegant. Further, it is a flexible storage and a decoration rack. Perfect for small spaces, and it is light enough to move around (if you move things around as much as I do). A stunning new look to a classic peice of furniture, available in various colours and finishes. R.R.P. £589.
The Basel Side Table. The tree top is cut to reveal the rings of the table and you can literally count how old your table is, therefore creating a unique "one-off" piece for your home. Each one has various 'cracks' filled with black to compliment the metal leg and will add little organic touch to your modern home. R.R.P £329.
The Sydney Trolley which is not only a useful piece of furniture for storing your cocktail essentials but an essential home interior statement. Not only for bottles and for serving but also as a mobile piece of furntiure for any room. The combination of materials and the proportions are simple and elegant and help it fit into any scheme.
In the Hallway you could fill this with plants and vases, place it near your sofa, to reach drinks or coffee table books, a lamp or add a vase of flowers. The trolley is ideal for the urban position - no matter if you have a big house or small apartment it can be used anywhere in the home, inside as well as outside on the terrace / balcony. R.R.P. £869.
The Rubi Coffee Table/ Dining Table. When funtionality and practicalty are key, the Rubi can do it all. The matt-black and espresso oak table can be easily extending into a full 8 seater dining table with an easy lift gas-function. If you live in an apartment or small space, this is an essential for life, given its dual purpose nature. R.R.P. £1429.
Venice Streets Glass Wall Art. Mounted directly onto glass, this frameless image is a stunning reminder of the romance of Venice. With perfect hues of the on trend reds. Size 120 x 90cm. R.R.P. £429.
Moon vases in brushed brass epitomise simple danish design and are elegant and stunning with simple flower buds or branches, on a mantlepiece or side table. R.R.P. from £63.
The Amsterdam Sofa. BoConcept launches its newest addition to their 60 years + of danish design with the Amsterdam Sofa, this Autumn. The deep quilted seat cushions invite you to lounge and scan Netflix until you fall asleep, perfect for the growing family, with room for everyone. Like all BoConcept sofas, you can design the perfect size and colour to suit you and your home with over 100 choices. Obviously a green velvet sofa is always a winner... R.R.P. from £699
You can pick up a catalogue in the Redbrick store to view this and many other Autumn items. so what is your favourite item in the collection? Mine has to be the Sydney Trolley.
The Girl with The Green Sofa