Look of the month from Kobe: worry less, live more

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    Look of the month from Kobe: worry less, live more

    This month’s fabric and soft furnishing inspiration comes from FIBREGUARD upholstery collections by Kobe, which offer luxury style and easy-to-clean design…

    This month’s look from fabric supplier Kobe is more of a feeling rather than a look: worry less, and live more, which taps into comfort, balance and creating the ultimate home-from-home environment.

    With working from home (WFH) meaning that we are all staying indoors more during autumn and as we fall into winter, Hotel Designs and Kobe want to remind the industry that the meaning of a happy work/life balance is about enjoying the small yet significant moments.

    Within this month’s ‘look‘, the colour palette includes a mix of earthy tones – think beige, grey and blue – and have been captured for this feature with black as the frame for the upholstery and soft purple as an accent.

    The look of the month, a brown/beige armchair with food on it

    Image credit: Kobe

    Upcycle and recycle

    Although worrying less and living more suggests we shouldn’t sweat the small stuff, topics such as sustainability should always be on the agenda – and can be so within this look by connecting us with nature.

    The ‘look’ in Kobe’s archive

    Kobe’s stain-free velvet fabrics like PAXTON FR can give a piece of furniture new life. For a more rustic look, the BARIUM FR or BERYL FR is a textured linen. If you are looking for a bit of a statement maker, we suggest the metallic look chenille NICKEL FR.

    All of Kobe’s Fibreguard collections are stocked with a Domestic Cig & Match back-coat, available direct from stock. For Contract use, the brand offers suitable treatments – available on request.

    Kobe is one of our Recommended Suppliers and regularly features in our Supplier News section of the website. If you are interested in becoming one of our recommended suppliers, please email Katy Phillips.

    Main image credit: Kobe

    Hamish Kilburn / 23.11.2020


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