Featuring scooped arms and a generous sit, the Brooke boasts top stitched detail on the arms and cushions, accentuating the curves, and fibre-wrapped foam seat cushions which sit on serpentine seat springs.
Box-bordered feather scatter cushions join back cushions deep filled with goose feather on a loop sprung back. Fabrics with natural fibres are employed to deliver comfort and a luxurious feel.
“With a modern take on the Prince Charles of London arm, the Brooke offers elegance with a generous helping of pure comfort,” says Collins and Hayes' creative and marketing executive Kate Delany. “Displayed in an up-to-date luxurious geometric weave, Brooke is versatile enough to suit many types of home interior.”
Brooke received an honourable mention in the Upper-Level Category of this year's edition of The Furniture Awards, which sets out to identify some of the January Furniture Show's most eye-catching, well-priced and commercially viable launches, created by Furniture News magazine in partnership with the show’s organiser. After shortlisting the most promising entries, the judges, led by awards co-ordinator Paul Farley, walked the halls of the NEC prior to the show’s opening to evaluate the launches in person.
The expert judging panel for this year’s edition comprised: Maxim Romain, general manager for Wayfair Europe; visual merchandising consultant Andrew Durham; ACID CEO and co-founder Dids Macdonald OBE; and Malcolm Walker, director of buying for Furniture Village. This year’s edition was sponsored by bed specialist Dreams.
The judges commented: “It’s excellent on a comfort level, and the sofa’s lines, arm width and very user-friendly PoS swatch made it a worthy runner-up in this category.”