Mini Moderns in collaboration with Swoon Editions

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HURRY, HURRY, HURRY!

We are excited to announce that we have been working on a limited edition chair with Swoon editions, and now the Carnaby chair can be yours! There are only 10 in production – so you better move fast to secure one.

Here’s what Swoon are saying about it “A retro chair and a contemporary fabric give rise to a new design – meet our Designer Edition of the Carnaby chair. Screen-printed by hand in Norfolk, the Pavilion fabric in Harvest Orange is designed by interiors brand, Mini Moderns. With a very hand-drawn feel to it, the print is based on the Abacus Screen of coloured balls created by architect Edward Mills, commemorating the 1951 Festival of Britain. Abstract but not without warmth, the oatmeal and orange tones combined with the sculpted frame bring about a certain softness to this otherwise edgy piece.”

Swoon editions story is very interesting too! here’s their story from their website:

“Swoon Editions was founded with a rebellious spirit and a lofty ambition:
to offer beautifully hand-crafted furniture at revolutionary prices

Every idea starts with a problem.

Ours was that well-made furniture is too expensive. We were renovating our own homes and the prices of the designs we coveted the most were unjustifiably high.

It turned out there was a simple solution. The furniture industry has overheads that pushes prices skyward – shops, warehouses and middlemen. We created Swoon Editions as an alternative.”

Buy it here for £449 – but hurry once they’re gone – they’re gone.

https://www.swooneditions.com/designer-editions/carnaby-mini-moderns-pavilion-pattern-retro-designer-chair

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