A collection of bold and colorful designs to brighten entryways and living spaces.
Established in the 1960s, German furniture brand Schönbuch had a simple mission form the beginning: to make homes feel more welcoming. While the first collections focused on the entryway, soon the furniture company started producing furniture and accessories for the rest of the home and for other spaces, including offices. Schönbuch launched its 2021 collection in style, during Milan Design Week. Completed in a collaboration with award-wining designers, this latest furniture collection is bold and imaginative as well as elegantly minimalist. Vibrant colors, complementing textures, and designs that reference nature also give the range a distinctive look. The collection comprises eye-catching products meant for entryways as well as other parts of the home.
Vibrant and modular designs that are also versatile.
Italian designer Luca Nichetto created the Sumi series of coat hangers. Inspired by nature, they feature branch-like supports with a black, powder-coated finish. The series is conveniently modular and comes with accessories like mirrors and shelves that attach to the coat stands. The Sumi design comes in a wall-mounted version and a round, freestanding option. Also made for the entryway, Sebastian Herkner’s Mask is a multi-functional coat hanger with an integrated hanging rail and hooks. This design also comes with an optional drawer or a shelf. Sebastian Herkner also designed a limited-edition version of the best-selling Grace bar cart. Elegant and practical at the same time, the 1950s-style Grace Salon Edition design now features a deep red finish and a Rosso Lepanto marble top.
The collection also includes several new mirrors. Designer Meike Harde created the Kimo wall mirror that plays with color and 3D effects. Martha Schwindling designed the minimalist Koro and Brace mirrors, while Studio Shuu created the Rhea mirror that suits vertical or horizontal wall-mounting. Made with a modular design, the Dado shelf by Jo. van Norden creates abstract artworks on the wall thanks to L-shaped shelves in different colors, sizes, and finishes that the user can mix and match. Likewise, the Kuki walls hooks by Studio Terhedebrügge and the Dots wall hooks by Apartment 8 add pops of color to entryways. The Schönbuch 2021 collection also includes the multi-functional Akira desk by Mathias Hahn; the Oleh tray by Christian Haas; and two designs by Hanne Willmann, the Saro glass umbrella stand and the Iro glass bowl. Similarly to other Schönbuch products, the 2021 collection is handmade. Photographs© Schönbuch.