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“A new look” decade of decadence

Furmanac have teamed up with Ryan McNeish at Gregor Ryan Design to help re-interpret their Hestia brand and build on their continued success.

John and Gee Hillard are successfully growing their branded motion and upholstered Bed Company Hestia beds within the UK market alongside their charming MiBed range.

The collaboration will build on their success and includecreative consultancy across the brand including new brandstyle, new product portfolio and new style instore gallery concepts, targeted at inspiring UK retailers for the style conscious marketplace.

Ryan McNeish commented:

With exciting new finishes and new design options across the collection we will look to re interpret the bed market offering a more style conscious consumer, design choice with optional technology to suit many bedroom lifestyles.  Using interesting finishes including jacquard metallic velvets, boucle textured contemporary styles set against a beautiful glamorous backdrop this is the start of a new look Furmanac, targeting charismatic retailers.

At the forthcoming January Furniture show, Furmanc will showcase a new look in Hall 5 Stand D30 presenting some of their best-selling upholstered and high tech motion beds across the Hestia range. “A decade of decadence” is the collection title and the team are looking to set a new direction in lifestyle bedroom concepts for the UK market. 

John and Gee Hillard, highlight:  “Ryan has a great local and global reputation and his team have been working on making us the “go to” brand for style conscious bed options.  We have UK artisans who love a challenge and we hope Ryan can set some great design challenges for 2020 to ensure we make the market exciting and still commercial.  We laugh with him, defining him as the “Versace of the furniture industry. We are very excited to work with Ryan and we hope there is a fruitful future”

Furmanac would love to see every style conscious retailer at the January furniture show and host the new look collection in collaboration with Gregor Ryan design.