The House of Hemingway
We’re so proud that our Vintage collection is created in collaboration with HemingwayDesign, a striking range of furniture inspired by our original classic sofas and chairs of the 50s and 60s. We wanted to create a range that blended the high quality craftsmanship of G Plan, with the fresh and vibrant approach to design that HemingwayDesign is renowned for. Working with their team of talented designers has made us a part of the Hemingway family that includes other brands such as Graham & Brown, Surface View and British Ceramic Tiles.
HemingwayDesign have been working with Graham & Brown for over 10 years, releasing a new wallpaper collection each year. Taking design thought from interiors and fashions, they’ve created a range of stunning and unique papers, including both contemporary and mid-century inspired designs. Some of our favourites include Carnival Zest, Planking Ash and Do the Stretch Mustard.
If you’re looking for a way to make a visual statement in your home then Surface View offer the perfect opportunity. They aim to bring eye-catching design into homes with their range of murals, blinds and canvases that are full of exciting prints and patterns, including the Vintage Festival collection that draws on iconic kitsch images of the 50s and 60s. Their Land of Lost Content series is incredibly bold, larger than life and uses British cultural artefacts for a unique twist on interior art.
Hemingway Design and British Ceramic Tile share a need to create affordable and sustainable products to inspire and delight all who see them. Along with the other brands in the family they have a strong British heritage and are made using local materials by skilled craftsmen. Their tiles range from the understated elegance of Art Nouveau inspired Tiffany to the bold graphic geometrics of Deco Diamond. Each design will create a focal point for your room whether it’s used on flooring or as a splashback in the kitchen, these truly unique designs will instantly refresh your room and create a real style statement.
Visit the Hemingway Design website to learn more about their work, their brands and even their vintage festivals.
Image credits : houseofhemingway.co.uk, britishceramictile.com