Australian furniture and homewares purveyor Curious Grace has just added the super stylish Industrial M furniture range to their line-up of highly covetable goods. “It is the marriage of Miss Scandi and Mr Industrial, the yin and yang of our favourite design types here in Australia. We call it Scandi Industrial and the label has a warehouse vibe about it for easy, relaxed, Australian living,” says Curious Grace co-founder and buyer Anna Curnuck.
As the name suggests, the furniture’s styling is primarily industrial in feel and the pieces feature natural oak paired with powdercoated metal in either white or graphite. “The collection offers great unpretentious design, extremely high quality and, importantly, affordability. Constructed of solid oak with steel legs and a powdercoat finish, it’s designed to be used and to last, not just to look cute and be disposed of,” says Anna. We like the sound of that!
The range includes dining tables, coffee tables, bar tables, dining chairs, bar stools, bench seats, sideboards, TV units and consoles and, while you can peruse the range online, it’s also on display at the Curious Grace showrooms in Sydney and Melbourne.
“My favourite pieces are the console, sideboard and the extension table. I love the fact that the grain of the timber extensions goes the opposite way to the main table length – it’s just a little rebellious, the way we like it,” says Anna of the stylish, extendable dining table.
And given the simple colour palette, the range really lends itself to mix and match styling too. “Pairing a black table with white and black chairs looks great – very monochromatic and urban. Mixing up the chairs and a bench seat also looks great. You can also make it your own by styling it with a mix of what you already have,” says Anna.
To celebrate the launch of the range, we have one of the fabulous Industrial M consoles available to win in your choice of either white or graphite. Valued at $985, the versatile furniture item makes for a fabulous prize! Just complete the form below by 6pm on Friday 17 March 2017 for your chance. Open to Australian residents only.