Showcased at the Maison & Objet fair in Paris, Bentley Home Collection produced in collaboration with Luxury Living Group, takes its inspiration from the world of travel
Bentley Home Collection
The new Bentley Home Collection has just made its debut at the authoritative Maison & Objet fair in Paris, France. To design the luxury furniture, Bentley teamed up with Luxury Living Group, one of Europe’s leading furniture makers. The items include chandeliers, couches, tables and chairs made exclusively for Bentley automotive and are inspired by a 1920s train station.
Each item in the new line of Bentley Home Collection sports deep leathers, heavy veneers, bright metals, masculine textiles, and delicate glass. Like luxury motor cars, they engage modernist design with an element of British elegance. With warm tones of pale brown, dark chocolate, brick, new praline shades, there are also elements typical of men’s tailoring, such as pinstripes, and iconic Bentley patterns, including the diamond quilt found in the leather of interiors. Bentley’s CEO Wolfgang Durheimer, particularized the idea that Bentley customers should be able to live the way they drive: in solid comfort and power.
Created by architect Carlo Colombo, the colors span a palette of warm tones: pale brown, dark chocolate, brick, new praline shades. Shades ranging from quartz grey to Burgundy and from hazelnut to royal blue are also put to use. The Berkeley bed, which is offered in a nubuck leather version in dark coffee shades, has sleek, shapely contours with the headboard a curved form.
The Winchester sofa’s base is set back from the edge, keeping it slightly raised, thus highlighting its aerodynamic look. Available with leather or cloth upholstery, the Royce version comes with a solid Chestnut or Burr Walnut briar root body, it starts from $14,600.
With an elegant diamond pattern on the inner part and upholstered in leather or cloth and its steel base with a swiveling mechanism, Ashley is an enveloping armchair with a sleek design, with the price tag starting from $6,400.