Our Tuscany range has attracted a lot of attention and we couldn’t be happier about it! As I’m sure you can tell however, there’s more to this range than meets the eye.
A true renaissance man
As one of our more recently added ranges it’s history is fresh in our minds, not surprising as it has such a rich heritage and a unique style we haven’t come across in our other collections. This all starts with its origins, this range is heavily influenced by its history rather than 21st century trends and that’s why it is so charismatic.[caption id="attachment_858" align="aligncenter" width="1200"] Oak Dining Table, Tuscany Contemporary[/caption]
The renaissance was a grand part of the aesthetic in the Tuscany range and a significant period for the history of art and design. Boasting its birth from Tuscan influence, it was only fitting that it bore an atmosphere of the renaissance as this too sprung from Tuscany. We can see this in the use of classical themes and the light tones of the oak wood that provokes feelings of rustic warmth.
It maintains this essence of the medieval that faded over the course of the renaissance, a style that, when used subtly, can bring a homely feel unmatched by modern designs.
One in a million
The real appeal of this range comes down to its personality, its unique and catches the eye in a way that isn’t flashy. That’s what we love about it.[caption id="attachment_859" align="aligncenter" width="1500"] Tuscany Contemporary Showcase[/caption]
A rich textured grain is a beautiful thing and can be used exquisitely to bring a natural and fresh look to your interior, however, used wrongly it can provide a clash of tones and a mess of confusing aesthetics. So keep a keen eye out when selecting wooden pieces as it is vital to blend the materials together seamlessly! Zero Diversity In the Read more...