This week, Andrew Dunning is focusing on 4 sponsors of the forthcoming BlogTourNYC event that he will be attending in New York next month.
Poggenpohl is well-known for manufacturing some of the most desirable kitchens in the world. The P’7340 range are the first kitchen cabinets to use carbon fibre for the doors. Combined aluminium, glass and carbon fibre with Porsche Design this style shouts wow factor! If you want the ultimate kitchen Poggenpohl is the place to go.
Rotsen Furniture produces the most wonderful pieces of furniture that are designed to showcase the beautiful natural qualities of wood. Their range of wooden slab tables are a great way to add an organic element to your interior. The company uses reclaimed materials to produce some of its furniture and also pledges to plant new trees for each item sold. If you appreciate the true beauty of wood Rotsen is a great company to choose for your furniture.
Victoria + Albert recently launched the Edge range of bathroom fittings. The style is designed with an appreciation of cube shapes, but the corners have been gently curved to bring some softness into the bathroom. The standalone double ended bath could comfortably take two people but it is only 150cm long. It’s the perfect choice for a small bathrooms that you want to share. Crafted in a composite material containing volcanic limestone the Edge range adds sculpture to your bathroom.
Every home needs good wall art as a finishing touch but it is often so hard to find. This is especially true if you are a lover of sports and want to include sports images in your interior. Spirit of Sports can help you overcome this problem and has a great range of sports art and collectables. Whatever your sport, be it sailing, horse racing, football, lacrosse … they will have something for you. This is the way to add sports art to your home without having a photo of a sports team on the wall!