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16 May

Black Orchid’s Luxury Furniture featured in The Times Magazine


Luxury furniture designers and e-boutique Black Orchid Interiors have made it into the Times Magazine.

Black Orchid Interiors is an online boutique, which specialise in luxury, high-end, designer furniture. Established in 2004, Black Orchid prides itself on its own team of furniture designers that design and create elegant and time-less pieces that would take pride of place in any home.

The Times was established in 1785 and was the first newspaper to bear the name, inspiring other publications such as its namesake, The New York Times. It is considered to be the UK’s newspaper of record and is predominantly viewed as a serious publication with the highest of journalistic standards.

The Times Magazine is a part of the Saturday supplements and was relaunched in 2009. It features columns that discuss many diverse subjects such as, fashion and beauty, homes and gardens, food and drink, Celebrities, etc.

Black Orchid’s Founder Sally Chamley commented: “Being featured in the Times Magazine is great for the Black Orchid brand, giving Black Orchid Interiors a widely read and recognised platform to showcase our products to its readership.”

The rich and stylish selection of finishes offered by Black Orchid include extremely tactile fabrics are sourced from the leading fabric houses by the designers ensuring that the pieces will stand the test of time.

The Black Orchid brand continues to evolve, with an ever-expanding product range Black Orchid has become the supplier of choice to some of the most prominent names within interior design circles, hotels, developers and valued customers. With Black Orchid, it isn’t difficult to create an inspired designer look in your home.

The Black Orchid Feature in The Times Magazine was written by Ruth Corbett. It read: “Black Orchid Interiors ( Sounds exotic. You’re Right. This glossy e-boutique peddles luxurious furnishings created by its own design team, with an emphasis on the strikingly unusual. Such as? This zebra-print steel cross stool. Made from cowhide rather than actual denizens of the Serengeti, it costs £299. Stylish, on-trend and with not even a whiff of Bet lynch about it.

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