Some of the industry's leading brands have been adding a little extra comfort to their upholstery of late. Merging luxury with craft, quilting creates voluminous upholstery that comforts and cocoons.
Tudor Chair by Jaime Hayon for Established and Sons: Jaime Hayon's opulent Tudor chairs for British manufacturer Established and Sons feature traditional quilting inspired by the six wives of Henry VIII. www.establishedandsons.com
Feltri Chair by Gaetano Pesce for Cassina: The classic Feltri chair for Cassina was originally designed by by Gaetano Pesce in 1986. Still in production today and as popular as ever, the Feltri chair's structure is made from thick wool felt and upholstered with bright quilted fabric that's sewn together with polyester padding. www.cassina.com
MoÃ«l Sofa by Inga Semp© Ligne Roset: The sumptuous MoÃ«l sofa by Inga Semp© for French brand Ligne Roset features inviting soft foam cushions with bands of quilting on the seat and back. www.ligne-roset.com
Hexagonal Tea Panels by J.M Ferrero for Sancal: Spanish brand Sancal often feature quilted fabrics on their upholstery but we love their Tea Panels that transfer the trend to the wall. The panels come in modular units of three and seven quilted and upholstered hexagons. www.sancal.com
Uni Chair by Metalmobli: The Uni chairs by Italian brand Metalmobli show how quilting can also be applied to hard surfaces. Made from metal, the Uni chairs take on a luxurious look with their quilted texture. www.metalmobil.it