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Behind the scenes with @elainteriorhome

Behind the scenes with @elainteriorhome

Nothing makes us happier than seeing our furniture in its forever home, whether it is new or old, classic or contemporary.  When we stumbled across @elainteriorhome ‘s posts of her vintage Parker Knoll chair, we just had to share it with you. The chair has been effortlessly incorporated into this modern home. The flawless curvature of the chair makes it loud enough to fill such a large space.

@elainteriorhome describes her style as modern yet minimal. After completing her extension, she looked to achieve a balance of old and new in her home. After months of searching, she came across this stunning vintage Parker Knoll 110/111 Egg Chair that needed some TLC. After having it professionally restored, the results are breath-taking. Not only is it extremely comfortable, but they now have our accent chair that they know will last for years to come.

If this isn’t proof that our furniture is built to stand the test of time, every time, we don’t know what is. That’s why we offer a 25-year frame and frame assembly guarantee on all models. We offer a wide variety of accent chairs for any occasion to suit any space; click here to bring your interior design dreams to life; you won’t be disappointed!

We particularly love the way that @elainteriorhome has started with a blank canvas, white walls and has built on this by experimenting with a variety of texture and textiles. All of these elements pull the space together seamlessly.

TOP TIP: “I would say that everything you buy doesn’t necessarily have to be expensive. You can achieve a high-end finish by taking your time to source cheaper equivalents but not having to compromise on style.”

 

@elainteriorhome continues to update her home through means of upcycling; she is currently working on a mid-century wall unit that she found on eBay…we’re going to be keeping an eye out for the result!

 

Do you already own a Parker Knoll? Would you like the chance to take part in our next feature? Follow our Instagram page and use #myparkerknoll.

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