From Grand Designs to George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces, interior design and home decor are certainly a major interest for the British public these days. We just go mad for trendy workspaces, kitchens with islands and of course, a contemporary styled living room with clap-on lighting and Sonos.
These kinds of shows give the impression that the possibilities are endless when it comes to interior design, however, reality swiftly sets in when one ventures to IKEA only to realise flat pack furniture doesn’t really have the same effect.
Let’s face it, most of the properties we see on these tv shows are worth a fortune and have millions spent on them. It’s a mug’s game…
Or is it?
Don’t feel downcast, as one or two premium quality products can massively elevate the mood and feeling in a room – you just need to choose the right ones.
‘OK sir, where would you suggest I go then to get such items?’ I hear you ask…
Georg Jensen have been producing innovative lifestyle products for over 100 years. This brilliant Scandinavian brand creates timeless and aesthetically pleasing items that would look very much at home in the house of a DC.
Now, cast yourself back to 1920s New York, a time that was rife for Dapper Chaps across the pond. Georg Jensen have created a Manhattan collection, inspired by New York’s Gatsby era, to bring home bars to life!
Their mirror-polished stainless steel products provide you with glamorous and elegant tools from which to embrace the art of mixology and create bespoke cocktails.
However, the crown jewel of this collection is the Champagne bowl – because what kind of cocktail party doesn’t have champagne? Its simple, yet chic design, means it’ll add a subtle quality to your room without overpowering other decorative pieces.
So, whether you’re hosting a black tie event, or are entertaining some guests to impress, this collection will create a very sophisticated scene within your home, which will no doubt get the creative juices flowing; and by that I mean either champagne corks popping or Manhattan Cocktails pouring.
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