CONTEMPORARY FRENCH FURNITURE BRAND COMES TO LONDON

Introducing Red Edition, the Parisian contemporary furniture company set to take London by storm

Have you heard of Red Edition? The Paris-based furniture company is about to make its debut in the capital with an exhibition at the London Design Festival‘s Design Junction this September. With a collection of unique pieces influenced by the Art Deco era, this brand is likely to be a hit of with fans of chic, modern interiors.

Founded by Cyril Laborde in 2006, Red Edition’s neo-vintage style focuses on lacquer and woodwork as well as colourful fabrics and a clever use of proportions. Bestsellers include the mid-century coffee table, a Fifties love seat and the floating armchair, which are on show at the brand’s new concept store, the Red Edition Apartment in the heart of Le Marais district. 

Although there is currently no boutique outside of the French capital, Red Edition has started an e-commerce store and is now distributing to outlets worldwide. The creative team’s interior design work can also be seen at hotels and restaurants across Europe, including the Hotel Crayon Rouge in Paris and Hotel Kouros in Mykonos. 

As for the cost? You can expect to pay around £200 for a small coffee table with prices reaching almost £2,000 for a sofa. Browse the full collection at the online shop and 50s-inspired decor inspiration, take a peek inside the Red Edition Apartment below.

Find out more about the exhibitors at this year’s Design Junction.