For as long as I can recall, I have been a fan of G Plan furniture – the quality, the colours and the overall craftsmanship. Such a fan that I’ve studied many pieces of their furniture spotted in friends’ homes or out and about. Yep, a total G Plan geek.
So, I am pretty honoured to be sharing with you, the new G Plan EDIT range. Curated carefully, G Plan have designed statement chairs and sofas, taking inspiration from the fashion world and bouclé fabrics from one of Italy’s finest mills they have used feature fabrics paired up with stylish plains.
The colours are just beautiful, don’t you think ? This coral Bowie armchair has a shapely back and contrasting cushions. Very much a talking point for a living room.
The chair is finished with refined wooden oak as are all four pieces in the EDIT collection and can also be adorned with a choice of luxe metallic accents.
I do appreciate a muted shade when it comes to a sofa. It offers such a tranquil feeling to a room.
This one has the perfect name – The Lennon sofa. With it’s trademark G Plan tapered feet and big feather filled cushions – it looks so comfortable.
You can also have it made in other shades too and two different variations for the legs. I can see this Lennon sofa working in many different settings – contemporary and period properties.
Timeless would probably describe this chair. The Hepburn. I mean, I absolutely love the Moorland Midnight and Coco Juniper combination already but then looked at the other options on the website and have fallen in love with them all, especially the ‘ Melange Confetti ‘print. The legs are ‘ Smoked Oak ‘.
Just so you can see the definition of the textures close up here is a nice shot of the arm and back. What do you think ? Very retro.
For a strong, earthy addition to a room – the Hockney in Moorland Slate. The arm bolsters give it strong identity. Love it. As with some of the other styles it comes in different sizes and fabrics but with the larger sofas, as you can it has a centre foot for extra support.
The names of all four ranges from the EDIT collection are as you can no doubt tell by now, are named after famous figures from the world of the arts. Being that G Plan is an iconic brand – it’s a perfect match.
Have a look at the G Plan Edit website to see all of the fabulous designs and colours – it gives the freedom for them to work in any room palette.
Do you have a favourite EDIT piece here ? It is very hard to choose but my favourite is the Bowie. Do leave me a comment or tweet me @lucylovesyablog. As ever it would be great to hear your thoughts.
All photography in this post: Debi Treloar. Stylist: Marianne Cotterill.
This is a collaboration with G Plan. All opinions are my own.