HAMILTON FURNISHINGS: FROM SEED TO SALON
“When we launched our catalogue of furniture designs back in 2008/09, we were very conscious of the renewability of the resources which we were going to use - as well as with their qualities and other characteristics” states Guy Hamilton, the inspiration behind designer furniture & interiors brand Hamilton Furnishings.
Malaysian Oak [aka Rubber Wood] is a wonderful material and is sourced from a tree which has enjoyed a highly productive working life making latex. As such the trees are in fully managed forests and are felled once latex production has stopped and new trees are planted in their place. “Being able to provide our clients with beautifully designed and crafted furniture from such a quality and renewable source fits perfectly with our internal desire to constantly improve our environmental efficiency and external responsibility to the planet and those with whom we share it.” It is clear from Guy that the whole team behind Hamilton is focussed not only on every detail of their products and customer service policies but also on the sustainability of resources used in the process. Hamilton’s new 2010 Collection focuses on innovation – turning eco-friendly Malaysian Oak into beautiful and functional furniture pieces. Elegant curves provide ergonomic comfort and a contemporary sense of style while clean-cut lines and straight forward angles complete the fuss free approach and lend an accent of sophistication.
“We are committed to being trend setters in the furniture market” Guy continues. “2010 has seen a new approach within our design team... more of a minimalist look which sits perfectly in our product portfolio.” At the other end of the spectrum, however, Hamilton offers flamboyance to those who crave a dash of pattern in their decor through ageless bohemian- inspired designer fabric upholsteries. It is the breadth of product design combined with a forward thinking vision which supports Hamilton’s claim of “Defining Fine Furniture.” “We’re not the cheapest brand in the market – for sure we’re not the most g
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