Wednesday 31 October 2012

SITSWELL Pop-up Shop near Battersea Park

Furniture brand SITSWELL, which makes pieces out of reclaimed materials, is opening a pop-up shop near the end of November.

"Designed and handcrafted in Britain, SITSWELL takes the best of reclaimed materials and juxtaposes them against modern finishes to create unique statement pieces that galvanise any interior. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and expertly handmade by a British craftsman. Customers can choose finishing touches such as light bulbs, colour banding, size and paint finish to create truly unique products to their specification.
The "Hollywood" range is a playful rendition of the classic Hollywood dressing table mirror, presented in both mini and maxi sizes. SITSWELL reinvigorates the original vintage design by using reclaimed wood sourced from old boats, barns, windows and doors to create the mirror frames. Throwing the mirror on its back, SITSWELL has designed the low-slung “Hollywood Coffee Table” with steel matchstick legs; The “Hollywood” collection begs to be the centre of attention in any room. 
No furniture range is complete without 20th century vintage chairs. SITSWELL’s chairs are returned to their former glory by reupholstering them exclusively in Bute Wool using vibrant and exciting colours. Chairs are required to be old and tired to qualify for a SITSWELL modernising treatment.  
An assortment of coat hooks and pin boards made of recycled materials add an accent of colour and functionality to a lifeless wall.  And finally, to round off the collection, SITSWELL offers an edited range of lighting. The result is elegant and minimal pieces that give a nod to both industrial and modern styling. 
Sitwell’s designs will also be available at SITSWELL.CO.UK, going live in early November. Please check the website for regular product updates and additions."

When - Thurs 22nd (press launch night) - Sunday 25th November 2012

Where - The Gallery on the Corner, 155 Battersea Park Road, SW8 4BU

Link - SITSWELL on Facebook

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