At the January Furniture show, Bluebone will launch a new exclusive retail brand. Kleo is a fusion of reclaimed wood, colourful iron and creative design and brings an extension to the popular Titanic range currently offered.
Kleo transforms timber from old boat wrecks into striking, contemporary pieces, each with unique character. Designed for real life, the clean edge designs give the ranges a modern feel, while traditional craftsmanship ensures quality and longevity. The Kleo range is displayed already in the Bluebone showroom in Manchester, showcasing dining, bedroom and living ranges, each combining carefully-selected reclaimed timber with a colour palette of powder-coated iron, including deep maroon, teal and orange.
Besides the new brand, Bluebone will also be showing new additions to its Soft Industrial look. The tactile Live Edge Dining was a hit at the Manchester Furniture show last summer and will now include more items. Signature Soft Industrial pieces remain and are softened by new and exciting accessories, creating a blueprint for laid back living spaces.
A palette of cool Nordic greys combine a variety of textures and timbers, including Storm and Cottonwood bedroom and dining, and Radius and Carmen living.
Bluebone's bespoke retail display packages have become a successful part of its service this year. The conceptual approach results in more sales, so Bluebone looks forward to sharing its 2018 display concepts. The company can work with small spaces as well as larger areas, and relishes these collaborations.
A new collection of Capri and Cortina dining chairs complements Bluebone's large selection of dining options and dining sets can now be purchased at a click of a button in its webshop. These vintage car-inspired chairs match both the soft industrial look and the farmhouse painted styles.