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In the press
We’re always interested to see how our products have been incorporated into different features to bring you fresh inspiration.
We take a look at some of the latest highlights from across the press, including both magazine and newspaper publications. If you would like further information on any of the featured products, then please email email@example.com or call +44 (0) 114 243 3000.
Elle Decoration February 2015
Combining vibrant or clashing colours can be a bold move, but one that is definitely worth the risk! ‘The Wrong Colours’ feature in the February 2015 issue of Elle Decoration includes (ironically enough!) the Wrong for Hay Serve Table from our collection, which brings a bright pop of yellow into a diverse and contemporary set up.
Wrong for Hay was launched in 2013 by Sebastian Wrong and the world-renowned Danish design manufacturer Hay, with the intention of experimenting and pushing the boundaries of design. Influenced by culture and a wealth of eclectic ideas, they established a collection that features plenty of pattern and colour. You can read our exclusive interview with Sebastian Wrong over on our blog.
My Warehouse Home Issue 1
When we first received the launch issue of My Warehouse Home through the post, we were pleasantly surprised to see that it was actually a newspaper! Suiting the content down to a tee, the look and feel of the publication had definitely captured our attention. Established by Sophie Bush in late 2014, My Warehouse Home is the first of its kind, with content solely focused on warehouse home inspiration.
The ‘Set in stone’ feature includes the Magis Chair One with Concrete Base in Yellow from Nest.co.uk. Concrete saw its prevalence in the design world in 2014 and isn’t set to go anywhere just yet. A raw and highly versatile material, concrete can go from looking urban and industrial to elegant and chic, depending on the style of the interior.
The chair is also available in Red, White, Black or Grey in an anthracite metallised version.
Financial Times Weekend 24 January/25 January 2015
The Erik Jørgensen EJ 123 Toward Sofa from Nest.co.uk was included in a feature in the Financial Times Weekend about a new era of Nordic style. Still taking influences from modernist Scandinavian designs, Danish design is taking on a more contemporary twist, with design manufacturers such as Hay and Normann Copenhagen in the forefront.
As well as the new soft pink version, the Erik Jørgensen EJ 123 Toward Sofa is also available in a demure Dark Grey or Light Grey finish. If you’re interested in the latest colour variation, then please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling +44 (0) 114 243 3000.