The stylish new Susie Atkinson furniture collection, Sit Soft, is set to be launched during Design Week with a pop-up at the Tim Page Carpets showroom at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour - and we have a sneak peek at the chic pieces below.
The collection by the London-based designer includes the Weekender Sofa, Easy Armchair and Easy Ottoman, Tubster Chair, Sussex Chair, Scroll Armchair, Oswald Chair, Big Easy Armchair and Big Easy Ottoman.
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Having masterminded interiors for many upscale spaces, including Soho House, Lime Wood hotel, and Beaverbrook as well as a host of private houses, Susie understands what it takes to make an exceptional interior.
The collection was created after Susie struggled to find individual, beautifully-made pieces for her projects so started designing her own. In keeping with her studio’s design philosophy, these high-quality pieces are designed to be inviting, timeless and individual.
Susie scoured the country for the very best craftsmen to collaborate with on her furniture pieces.
She said: ‘I have always been fascinated with traditional upholstery methods and I always want to create the very best for my clients, both in terms of design and quality. I feel very strongly that we should be championing the talent and skills that can be found in the UK today.
'Not only is it good to support the craftspeople so the skills will be passed on to the next generation, but this level of workmanship delivers the best quality possible for our clients, ensuring longevity and satisfaction.’
The pop-up space will be curated by Susie and her team, displaying pieces from the new collection as well as a selection of Tim Page’s rugs, chosen to complement the scheme.
Discover the new Susie Atkinson furniture collection
A generously deep and comfortable sofa; hand-sprung and traditionally upholstered with natural materials, topped with feather and down-filled cushions. This design was initially created for Susie’s own home and has been loved by many clients since.
EASY ARMCHAIR AND EASY OTTOMAN
The Easy armchair and ottoman are suitable for smaller spaces, without compromising on comfort or style. The armchair has an elegantly shaped back, and both pieces are traditionally upholstered and hand-sprung, with soft and luxurious feather and down cushions.
BIG EASY ARMCHAIR AND OTTOMAN
With an exceptionally deep seat and padded scroll arms, the Big Easy armchair is traditionally upholstered and hand-sprung. Add the Big Easy ottoman for full reclining comfort.
Simple and elegant, with sprung seat, tapered legs and antique brass castors, the Sussex chair works well as a side, bedroom or study chair, or as a compact dining chair.
Inspired by a French original, the Scroll Arm Chair is extremely comfortable as a dining, side or dressing table chair, with delicately tapered legs, and an elegant fluted back. Available in Painted, Natural Oak, and Dark Oak finishes.
A generous and exceptionally comfortable dining chair with a deeply curved back, shapely tapered legs and neat handle set into the backrest. Available in Painted and Dark Oak finishes.
The exceedingly comfortable Tubster has distinctive ball feet, with piping and stud details, which define the pleasing curves. The curved back of this versatile piece also makes it ideal for a tight corner space.
To see the new Susie Atkinson furniture collection visit the Tim Page pop up during Design Week 8-13 March.
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Ruth Doherty is an experienced digital writer and editor specializing in interiors, travel and lifestyle. With 20 years of writing for national sites under her belt, she’s worked for the likes of Livingetc.com, Standard, Ideal Home, Stylist and Marie Claire as well as Homes & Gardens.
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