Camerich Leman Small Designer Lounge Chair furniture - Copse House Magazine

Designer Lounge Chair: Camerich’s smaller option

If you’re looking for a Designer Lounge Chair to fit into a smaller space, then Camerich is back with a smaller version of their Leman living room chair which could be the answer you’re looking for. With the height and seat-height dropped by a few centimetres each, the main space-saving on the designer lounge chair is to be found on the width of the Lounge … Continue reading Designer Lounge Chair: Camerich’s smaller option

Grão collection tables from Galula

Grão collection Cork & Steel Tables: Product of the week

This week’s Copse Magazine product(s) of the week is a collection of stunning mixed media, cork and steel tables from a powerful yet understated Portugese design duo – Filipa Mendes and Gustavo Macedo and their Grão collection for their Galula studio. Mendes and Macedo have produced an attractive table collection with a mix of both the materials and colours between the natural look and feel … Continue reading Grão collection Cork & Steel Tables: Product of the week

POLY Armchair in Oak from Hermonides

POLY Armchair in Oak from Hermonides: Product of the Week

This week we take a look at a beautiful piece of designed and crafted woodwork and upholsetery with Copse Magazine’s Product of the Week: the POLY Armchair from Hermonides – a Cypriot, Family-owned Design Studio.. Made from Oak Wood and upholstered with fabric back and seat, the flowing lines and the cut-out of the woodwork make this chair feel lightweight, organic, and yet strong from … Continue reading POLY Armchair in Oak from Hermonides: Product of the Week

Bringing Street Art to Furniture: Urbanized

In the mid 1980’s graffiti was deem the scourge of society, councils hated it to such an extent they put pressure on the police to act. The police responded with ‘Operation Anderson’ which took place on the 20th March 1989 in which the homes of 72 suspected graffiti writers were raided. The raids took place in Bristol, Bath, Exeter and Cardiff and at the time … Continue reading Bringing Street Art to Furniture: Urbanized

Making your own log hatstand: DIY Project

Bring the outside in with this latest DIY project from Copse Magazine. You may have seen these fascinating log/tree coat racks before, The one pictured above is available online at Uncommon Goods. But you could also make your own. Obviously you may not have ready access to Mangosteen wood direct from Thailand, but you must have access to trees. There’s quite a lot of them … Continue reading Making your own log hatstand: DIY Project

Charlotte Perriand 514 Refolo

Sofa Beds: The best designer guest beds

You might be preparing the house for some extra guests or have children that spend most of their time away at university – either way, a designer sofa bed can add value to a living room through its flexibility – that doesn’t mean that it can’t also look good. Following on from our previous article taking a look at the world of Sofa Beds and … Continue reading Sofa Beds: The best designer guest beds

Prostoria up-lift sofa bed

Sofa bed: best options for the extra guest

As Christmas approaches and you’re working your way through the checklist, don’t forget how many bodies you’ve got to provide a bed for! Quite often as the extra guest arrives, they get pointed to one of the residents’ bedrooms and told to make themselves at home. But what of the incumbent? – Child One is most likely relegated to a decades-old Z-Bed in the corner … Continue reading Sofa bed: best options for the extra guest

IKEA hackers

The world can be divided in many millions of ways, but us humans are fans of the binary approach. You’re either in this camp… Or that one. No fence sitting please. So for the purpose of today, you either love IKEA furniture (and the meatballs), or you hate that “Scandi furniture store”. You think that the democratisation of bookshelves and the opportunity to craft an … Continue reading IKEA hackers

Interview with Charlotte Perriand – Architectural Review

  If like us, you are a huge fan of the work of Charlotte Perriand; and like us, think she is one of the under-rated stars of design over the last 100 years, then you too will enjoy this interview from The Architectural Review. Charlotte Ellis and Martin Meade interview Charlotte Perriand on her long and illustrious career from the AR’s November 1984 issue – … Continue reading Interview with Charlotte Perriand – Architectural Review

Print your own furniture

I came across this today – a new project on Kickstarter, but a project that’s been alive for some time online and amongst Those In The Know… print your own furniture, by Filson and Rohrbacher. The concept is thus… Filson and Rohrbacher have produced a range of furniture designed to be cut from sheets of material (aluminium, wood, plastic, glass…). The difference between them and that Swedish … Continue reading Print your own furniture