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    Ecology and craft merge in modern furniture range


    Leigh Harmer FurnitureContemporary furniture specialists, Leigh Harmer has added the Riva 1920 range to its impressive selection of designer products. Continuing the modern trend of moving away from synthetic materials to more natural alternatives, furniture from the Riva 1920 collection is beautifully designed and crafted from wood.

    Riva 1920 is an Italian company run by two brothers who look to the natural world for inspiration and ideas to produce quality furniture for the modern day. The business was passed down from their grandfather whose philosophy of preserving and passing on time-honoured techniques to create traditional pieces for a contemporary age is still at the very heart of this ecological brand.

    The company produces top quality furniture to strict ecological guidelines ensuring that the environment is protected throughout the whole production process. The cherry wood, maple, oak and walnut used in manufacturing is cut from sustainable forests all over the world. All pieces are made in Italy by highly skilled craftsmen and treated with non-polluting natural oil and beeswax.

    Along with the highly rated craftsmen at Riva 1920, the company has teamed up with innovative designers such as Pininfarina, Terry Dwan and Mario Botta to name a few. These collaborations have pushed the brand creatively into the forefront of the design world.

    The collection comprises an extensive range of products including some special limited edition pieces. For more information on the Riva 1920 range visit www.leighharmer.co.uk.

    N.B. The information contained in this story is provided by the supplier and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of lets-do-diy.com.


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