This is Bentley's new... furniture collection

Bentley range will soon grow with the addition of an all-new SUV, but there is so much more about this luxury automaker most people don’t know. Like the fact that there is an insanely expensive furniture collection.

Unveiled at the Maison & Objet fair in Paris, the Bentley Home Collection is a line of home and executive furniture created in collaboration with the Luxury Living Group, one of Europe’s leading furniture makers.

As you would guess, the collection is inspired by the renowned craftsmanship and exquisite materials that characterise the interiors of all Bentley models.

Kevin Rose, board member Sales & Marketing, of Bentley, commented: “The Home Collection embodies Bentley’s emergence as a modern high luxury brand. It combines sophisticated materials with contemporary design and the ultimate in bespoke craftsmanship. This is an exciting development which captures the shared values of Bentley and Luxury Living, with unrivalled attention to detail and a stunning translation of the timeless style of the brand into home and executive suite interiors.”

Individual pieces the collection offers:
-MINSTER SOFA
-BUTTERFLY SOFA & ARMCHAIR
-RICHMOND BED
-AMBASSADOR SIDEBOARD
-HARLOW ARMCHAIR

Pricing details were not released, but we can guarantee THAT this is far from the prices you are use to seeing at your local IKEA.


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