31 AUG 2017

Legacy Design / Contemporary Interiors

In our blog this week we've collated a short edit of interiors featuring products from these celebrated makers.

In April we launched 'Good Form' – a shop in shop experience to showcase a series of unique, heritage brands which remain relevant to contemporary interiors.

These are brands we have admired for a long time; we have loved collecting and restoring their vintage products. It's also impressive that these companies often continue to be operated by the original family, fuelled by generations of passion for good design. They remain true to their history yet they continue to reinvent and discover new designs and possibilities.

Good Form is all about timeless, classic furniture and accents that become more beautiful with age, pieces you can pass on to your children and enjoy for years to come. Here are some inspired spaces that integrate some of our favourite designs offered at Good Form.

Cover Image: The Ercol 'Originals' Stacking Chair in a Japanese town house, designed by mA-style Architects. Photo courtesy of Dezeen

Vintage Ercol features in this gorgeous 1850's farmhouse in Southwest France, photo by Studio Maclean

Rex Chair by Niko Kralj

Lyle's Restaurant, London, by B3 Designers

Ercol Originals Loveseat

Lyle's Restaurant, London, by B3 Designers

Mosquito Chair by Niko Kralj in Meyers Spisehus restaurant, Denmark

Image courtesy of Est Magazine

Ercol 'Originals' Loveseat at La Vaqueria Montanesa Restaurant in Madrid

Mid 19th Century silk merchant’s house in Gloucestershire. Interior designed by Niki Turner

Ercol 'Originals' Butterfly Chair and Plank Table

Ercol 'Originals' Studio Daybed. Image courtesy of Homestyle Magazine and Resene


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