New Trends And Stunning Designs in Furniture

As the year edges towards a close we begin to eagerly look towards the up-and-coming trends for interior design in 2017. A theme that appears to be gaining momentum is the concept of a room that reminds us of a time before technology and personal devices took over our world.  Sitting rooms that are for reading and relaxing with never a device in sight, colours that reflect the dessert hues to calm us and bring us back to nature are some of the developments we see emerging.  How fitting then is The Rialto armchair. One of the more popular chairs in the Wills Furniture collection.

A true contemporary, winged chair, minimalistic but striking in design.  The high back enables one to recline with full head support whilst the generous memory foam seat cushion provides complete comfort.  A beautiful addition to any sitting room, and a chair that allows one to relax in sublime ease. Its sleek padded arms and fine, highly polished oak timber legs make it a dainty chair. This chair is unique to the Wills collection.
The Siena
This elegant, highly contemporary design works just as well as an eye catching occasional chair or a unique dining chair. Able to be modified to any size dimensions to suit the Designer’s interior design concept, this chair has so much potential with its sleek arms, coil sprung seat and polished legs in Victorian Ash timber.

The Tecoma
This stylish design is well suited as an Ideal bedroom chair or stunning occasional chair. The highly polished balloon back with padded seat and arms and featuring double piping detail lends an air of elegant grace.  The timber frame is made from low grain Beech which, once polished, leaves a smooth, uniform finish.


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