Style, comfort & burst of colour - vintage chairs and cushions

Posted on October 30, 2014 by Basia Aponik | 0 Comments

Style, comfort and burst of colour: put it together and you will get Danish vintage chair by Florrie&Bill dressed up by Flock! MadeEthical is impatient to show off and proud to introduce new collection of restored Danish cocktail chairs from 1950.

The art of breathing new life into the furniture

Each vintage chair is handpicked and carefully stripped of any old fabrics and tired fillings by Amy Cawson from Florrie&Bill - an upholstery designer and recycling fan. In a studio based in Long Eaton they use mix of traditional and modern techniques to give chair the most comfort and support and breathe new life into the furniture.

The next step is hand-selecting a perfect fabric for these renewed chairs. MadeEthical is happy to host a collection featuring Flock upholstery. Let's stop here as Flock is truly worth your attention!

The textile geeks

The brand was born from a desire for textiles and new talent. It gathers work of recent graduate designers like Lucy Rainbow, Rachel Parker, Angela Johnston, Cerys Ackland, Gyeongmi Shin.

They give their name to their work and receive a royalty for every metre sold. Inspired by mid century design, nature, technology and geometry young designers turn fabric into pieces of interior art - just have a look at their collection of cushions!

Flock's collection of fine quality linen and velvets are digitally printed in Lancashire or screen printed by hand in London.

Both Florrie&Bill's vintage chairs and Flock lovely cushions are available in our shop.



Have a look and tell us what you think!


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