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Bentley home furniture, for when you are not in a Bentley


Bentley has revealed a new Home Furniture collection. The new Bentley Home Collection is made in partnership with Club House Italia consists of exclusive and exquisite collection of furniture and homeware in exclusive designs and luxury finishes. Bentley Collection borrows inspiration from craftsmanship and material seen on board luxury Bentley cars and are offered in a range of natural colors.

Limited to just five items – Minster Sofa, Butterfly Sofa & Armchair, Richmond Bed, Ambassador Sideboard and Harlow Armchair, each of these are offered in rich colors of mocha, cognac, taupe, quartz, grey and ice, besides purple-red, burgundy, brick red and blue.

Bentley home furniture, for when you are in a Bentley (1)Speaking of Minster Sofa, priced at $14,790 which is being offered in a choice of leather or fabric, the sofa has curved arms and upholstered in rich purple red velvet with burgundy velvet accents. The Butterfly Sofa and Armchair is sheathed in a shell of ivory leather with a distinctive Bentley diamond patters while the arm chair is quilted with pinstripe grey wool. Harlow Chair is akin to a film director’s chair and sits on a sturdy gun metal steel base with cognac colored leather cushions and metal buckles on the side. This chair can be had for $9,220.

Richmond Bed offers unrivalled quality and comfort and is priced at just $14,790. It sports a unique double shell headboard made of briar root with quilted leather and comes with a distinctively embroidered Bentley logo while Ambassador Sideboard is made of gunmetal and covered with lava colored leather, briar root or Ebony Macassar veneer.

All items are on show in Paris and are developed and crafted by architect Carlo Colombo with Daniele Ceccomori, Bentley’s Head of Product Design. For more information, scroll through the press release below. (Price via)


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Pearl Daniels

Pearl Daniels

Former freelance writer, Pearl Daniels is in the auto industry since 2011, having established herself as a widely read staff writer since 2013. Her keen eye for industry news, daily need to break down latest events, and quest to not miss a single launch detail, gives you the most refreshing morning news on weekdays.

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