Luke Arthur Wells has collaborated with Swyft Home on a new Bouclé sofa collection
This is a great new collaboration that dropped into my inbox recently. I’m always excited to see bloggers working with brands to bring out new product ranges. It doesn’t happen that often in the interiors world so it’s nice to see. In this case, it’s between online design retailer, Swyft Home and interior stylist and blogger Luke Arthur Well. Together, they have launched a new bouclé sofa collection.
As we know, bouclé textiles are very on-trend at the moment. You can see a selection of my favourite finds in this bouclé interior products round-up I wrote last month. So I was over the moon to learn of this new collaboration.
I’ve been obsessed with bouclé of late, and have done a few projects with the material over the year, so when Swyft asked about my dream collaboration sofa, I only had one fabric in mind.Luke Arthur Wells
The collection, which consists of two sofas and an armchair, comes in a limited run of 26 pieces in Boucle Ivory, Steel and Natural. And the price point is very attractive for such an on trend collection.
Good quality bouclé is not only hard to find, it’s traditionally quite expensive too. But Swyft’s head of creative Kelly put in the hours to source an ideal fabric for the Swyft factory in Portugal to make the perfect bouclé sofa at a reasonable price.Luke Arthur Wells
For those of you who don’t know about Swyft Home, they are a British company that launched in 2020 with the mission of bringing beautifully designed sofas to customers within 48 hours. But what makes them different is the way that the sofas are delivered.
Swyft’s flat-packed sofas are delivered in boxes light enough to be lifted by one person, giving customers living in all sorts of urban homes peace of mind that their sofa will fit through the door or up the stairs with ease. And once you’ve got the boxes inside your home, putting the sofa together is equally as effortless. No tools are required whatsoever to put the sofa together – not even an Allen Key.
Embedded in every sofa and armchair is the unique Swyft-Lok mechanism, which uses gravity and friction to lock into each other to connect and securely construct the sofa. This can also be done by one person.
Below you can see other sofas that are available from Swyft Home.