Systems and synergies in furnishings

November 03, 2017 | Article from MÖBELMEILE

At Loddenkemper, we saw a trend that also featured among other bedroom specialists: For stylish sleeping solutions, brands are increasingly focusing on modern interpretations of the upholstered bed.

Of course, Loddenkemper’s bed and mattress partner Femira still showed off its expertise in box spring beds – often in combination with Loddenkemper bedroom furniture. For the wood in its new bedroom ranges, Loddenkemper puts oak (solid and engineered) front and centre. The company also showed just how attractively furniture systems can be applied – even in the context of the Homeshow – with its new standalone Bridge 3.0 range. The highly flexible modular storage units include L-units, can be fixed to the wall or freestanding, and adapt to almost any room. They are available in three combinable surface finishes: Crystal Grey lacquer, Bianco White lacquer and rustic oak accents, which are particularly attractive. LMiE, a specialist in country-house style, presented numerous new additions to the brand. The Uppsala range in oiled Bianco Oak, for instance, references the ever-popular Scandinavian style of furnishings. And with Valencia and Toledo, LMiE presented two new country-house ranges with a Mediterranean feel. Both ranges use pinewood. In terms of colours, we especially liked the Toledo range in white brushed pine with taupe accents. The Valencia models in solid dark pine with Maron accents was also very eye-catching.