Design Students Visit Wills Furniture Showroom and Workshop

Bergere Chair designed by Wills Furniture

Bergere Chair designed by Wills Furniture

This week we had a tour group of 26 Diploma of Interior Design & Decoration students from the School of Architecture and Design at RMIT University, led by Jenni Woods, who is the Accelerated Program Co-ordinator at RMIT. The students were shown all around the Wills Furniture Showroom and Workshop and we explained to them in full detail how our wholesale upholstery and furniture business operates. We also demonstrated our upholstery methods and techniques. We hope to see them again when they are fully qualified Interior Designers and Decorators and will welcome them as clients.

Our craftsmen at Wills Furniture have designed a new chair for our collection – the Bergere chair.  It is upholstered in Westbury Textiles Argenta velvet in the colour Moss. The frame is hand shaped and carved from American Cherry timbers; it is beautifully finished by hand polishing a distressed wax finish. This chair is not only stylish and impressive to behold but supremely luxuriant and comfortable with the seat cushion in a combination of feather and down. It is available in a fabric of your choosing and the colour of the frame polish can be varied to match your sample. On view in our Showroom at 6 Guest Street, Hawthorn. Please ring to book an appointment to visit, and feel free to bring your clients. Our collection can be viewed at our website.

Wills Furniture design and create a range of high end furniture for Designers and Decorators to use in their interior designs, . Bespoke and customised pieces can also be manufactured to your specifications.

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