FINDDA Finds - 2019

2019 is here, and with it comes new style, new ideas and trends. FINDDA are alway one step ahead, keeping an eye out for the latest in design.

Here are our top ideas for 2019:

Sustainability - The Galvin Brothers: Galvin Brothers design and make contemporary handcrafted furniture from their workshops in Beverley, East Yorkshire. For the Galvin Brother, good craftsmanship and sustainability go hand in hand. All of their furniture is made lovingly by hand, so they are careful with materials at every stage of the process.

All of the timber they use is from sustainable sources with either certification from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) or Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC).

Sustainability is engrained in everything they do — making furniture that is designed to maintain its value and integrity for future generations is what underpins this.


Statement Side Boards - the sideboard is making a return to our living room interior, not only a trusted storage solution but a place to house statement table lamps and art. With also the re-emergence of the loved record player, sound systems no longer need to be hidden but rather require a beautiful surface to be admired and enjoyed from.


Nude, barely there, earthly neutrals - Mixing neutrals with luxurious textures and finishes eliminates the need for bold accent colours, creating an elegance which truly shows off artisans and craftsmanship. The interior creates a canvas to display furniture and art in a timely style. FINDDA can’t wait to start using these colours and beautiful tones in upcoming projects.


Mid-Century Modern - FINDDA have recently bought a vintage mid-century Dutch armchair, falling in love instantly with this very sad looking chair and purchasing a Pierre Frey fabric to bring it back to life with the help of Kennington Upholstery. In 2019 we want to reuse once loved pieces of furniture and restore them back to their original beauty with the help of contemporary fabrics.


Split Walls - Statement walls and wall coverings are being taken over by the split paint technique. We no longer have to decide on one colour and can now mix our top two or even multiple favourite colours. Mimicking the traditional dado rail, increasing the feel and height of the room. A playful, practical and beautiful addition to any interior. A spirit level and masking tape are essential!!

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