Exciting new designs are now on the market with Knightsbridge Furniture after they launched their new Dizzi collection.
The company’s experience of manufacturing furniture for the healthcare sector stood them in good stead for their latest move.
They are expanding into contract furniture for high-wear environments such as hotel, restaurants and offices.
Knightsbridge have collaborated with leading furniture designers in the UK for years and, for the Dizzi range, enlisted Alys Bryan.
Alys has racked up a decade of experience as an independent designer and is an upholstery specialist, with a style that combines modern and mid-century elements.
The wood frames and unique radiused joints of the Dizzi furniture create shadow lines and the upholstery has been stitched double top on all of the seams.
The Dizzo lounge chair is versatile and ideal for a bedroom, lounge and-or bar, while the upright chairs have been made with dining in mind.
The arm height and positioning allows the upright chair to sit nearly under a dining table, making it a great addition to restaurants or at home.
There are choices of fabric and timber finishes and the customer can even use their own material. Knightsbridge are delighted by the end products.
They remained committed to being an approved supplier of furniture for both the NHS and SHS, sectors they have served for over 60 years.
All products are manufactured from their factory in Bradford, which expects to get busier and busier further into 2018.
One of their most rewarding briefs was to provide furniture to the new Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool, after they were contracted by NHS Shared Business Services.