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Bentley Now Makes Uber Expensive Furniture

The luxury automaker is expanding to furniture

Jan 28, 2014
Bentley Home Collection Furniture Butterfly Sofa 03 Photo 1/6   |  
Butterfly Sofa

Bentley Home Collection Details:

  • Debut at the Maison & Objet Fair in Paris
  • Styling cues from Bentley car models
  • Made in collaboration with Luxury Living Group
  • Price ranging from $9,000-$14,000

Bentley Home Collection Furniture Richmond Bed 06 Photo 2/6   |  
Richmond Bed

Photos by Bentley

In the past Bentley enthusiasts were limited to enjoying the lavish lifestyle inside the car. Now however the luxury automaker has debuted its full furniture range at the Maison & Objet Fair in Paris, France. In collaboration with Luxury Living Group, one of Europe's leading furniture makers, the collection takes styling cues from the interior of Bentley models and is of course only made from exquisite materials. The Luxury Living Group specializes in the production and distribution of luxury furniture.

The line of furniture was developed by architect Carlo Colombo with Daniele Ceccomori Bentley's Head of Product Design. The individual pieces include a Minster Sofa, a hybrid Butterfly Sofa & Armchair, Richmond Bed, Ambassador Sideboard, and Harlow Armchair. All designed to capture the style of Bentley drivers.

Bentley Home Collection Furniture Harmlow Armchair 04 Photo 3/6   |  
Harmlow Armchair

The color choices for the furniture gives off a natural vibe with mocha, cognac, taupe, quartz, grey, purple-red, burgundy, brick red and blue. The Minister Sofa is available in leather or fabric and comes in purple-red velvet. The Butterfly Armchair's pinstripe design hints of masculinity. The Richmond Bed provides a roomy design and unrivalled comfort. The Ambassador Sideboard is shaped from modern architectural themes in its steel gun-metal structure. Lastly, the Harlow Armchair celebrates the iconic film director's chair with a firm structure and steel gun-metal base.

Bentley Home Collection Furniture Minster Sofa 05 Photo 4/6   |  
Minster Sofa

"The Home Collection embodies Bentley's emergence as a modern high luxury brand. It combines sophisticated materials with contemporary design and the ultimate in bespoke craftsmanship. This is an exciting development which captures the shared values of Bentley and Luxury Living, with unrivaled attention to detail and a stunning translation of the timeless style of the brand into home and executive suite interiors," says Kevin Rose Bentley board member of Sales and Marketing.

Bentley Home Collection Furniture Ambassador Sideboard 01 Photo 5/6   |  
Ambassador Sideboard

The fresh furniture line will definitely up your luxury home game or office, but as you would expect from a luxury brand the price tags are a bit hefty ranging from an estimated $9,000-$14,000. What motoring enthusiast wouldn't want this in his or her living room? Just don't let the dog jump on it, avoid drinking wine near it, and steer clear during Super Bowl shenanigans.

Bentley Home Collection Furniture Butterfly Armchair 02 Photo 6/6   |  
Butterfly Armchair
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