Leading British designer and manufacturer of quality fitted furniture, Daval, celebrate the versatile nature of its multi-form furniture which is able to translate from room to room …
Envisaged as a key trend for 2019 home interiors, transformative furniture that is systematic and not defined by purpose will become a mainstream proposition for the modern homeowner and will be used to convert redundant space into a well-used, practical area in the home.
For example, a mezzanine area with landing space is typically just a ‘walk-through’ which has little to no impact on your home or lifestyle. Rather than waste space, made-to-measure furniture is the ideal solution for turning dead space at the top of your stairs into a multi-functional storage area: that could also be coordinated with your bedroom furniture too!
A great example of multi-form furniture that is well-designed and purposeful, is the pictured mezzanine furniture concept by Daval showing Harvard Angled-end Wardrobes with integrated window seat. The full length mirrors naturally extend space assigned for dressing and beautification, typically reserved for the master bedroom or en suite bathroom, and the comfortable window seat provides a new area in the home to relax and unwind.
The simple shaker design of Harvard is shown in warming Stone Grey which creates a neutral furniture arrangement for storing surplus garments, shoes, winter bedding or function as a practical play area that discreetly organises your kid’s toys, accessories and extra clothing.
If you have the luxury of a large entry area, but unsure how to make it feel less vacant and more welcoming for family and friends then consider a Bootroom with bespoke coat racks, umbrella stands and shelving to store obstruent shoes and bags. The Dove Grey and Charcoal colouring provides the perfect contrast and texture against the Rough-Cut Oak details. Calm and contemporary in style, this hallway concept in Salcombe Furniture is actually featured in the Daval Kitchen Collection: proving that multi-form furniture really can translate across different rooms in the home, all the while linking one space to another through design.
Highly practical, multi-form furniture is able to adapt to your environment, home architecture and space, and will be this year’s answer to maximising space and utility in the home. Fitted furniture is helping to change the opportunities for whole-house coordination and Como by Daval is a great option when needing to synchronise your living space alongside your kitchen and/or dining furniture. Creating a dedicated area for housing your TV and other media equipment, this made-to-measure Como sideboard in Gloss Stone has an unrestrictive design aesthetic which bridges the gap between kitchen and living area for a true ‘Multi-form’ furniture design scheme. Daval British fitted Furniture Collections are made-to-order and made-to-measure with prices starting from as a little as £3,000+vat. For further information please head to www.daval-furniture.co.uk