Shapely retro styling ensures Jenny stands out from the crowd

Knightsbridge Furniture launches its new collection for the care sector

Knightsbridge Furniture has launched its new Jenny collection

A shapely profile combines with an evocation of retro styling in Jenny, a wide-ranging collection of upholstered seating just introduced by Knightsbridge Furniture for the care sector.

Applications include foyers, lounges and break-out spaces, in addition to residents’ rooms and guest suites, while enquiries are also being received from specifiers fitting out offices and admin areas.

The initial Jenny collection comprises low-profile armchairs plus twin and triple-seat sofas, all in low-back, mid-back and high-back styles. Complementary upright chairs come in armed and armless formats, set on either tapered timber legs or contemporary wire frames, and completing the line-up are smart armed and armless desk chairs on cruciform bases fitted with castors or glides.

Epitomising the move towards softer lines in contract seating, the curved profile at the heart of the Jenny design concept is emphasised by distinctive piping which runs round the outer back of each model. The impact is therefore particularly striking when the seating is presented in two contrasting shades. Knightsbridge has an extensive library of stock fabrics to facilitate this and the company’s in-house production team can also accommodate customer-specific upholstery with ease.

Seating and tables are manufactured at Knightsbridge Furniture headquarters in Bradford using timber from renewable sources. The company also demonstrates its commitment to sustainability through FSC, PEFC and FISP certification, ISO 14001:2004 accreditation for its environmental management system and BS EN ISO 9001:2008 quality management accreditation.

Featured Companies

Knightsbridge Furniture (more information, website)