Contemporary Craftsmanship

Modern Furniture Craft at Design Festival with Baxter’s first London Showroom

Baxter’s sophisticated style is influenced by 1950’s Italian design. They use traditional shapes and lines whilst incorporating a modern twist into their furniture. Anna Casa is launching Baxter’s first flagship showroom in London, opening on the 16th, to coincide with the London Design Festival.

The theme of Baxter’s new collection was a focus on the designs of the 1950s. Shades of colour such as the ruby red, sage green and saffron yellow of the upholstered pieces become the predominant tones. The furniture has been designed to be intimate and cosy, whilst still expressing the elegance and sophistication of a luxury home.

Anna Casa is home to the latest in exclusive contemporary Italian designer furniture and accessories with brands including Creazioni, Opera, and Mimo and Besana.

We spoke to Anna Grace Davidtson of Anna Casa about the showroom:

The Plus: How did this collaboration come about?
Anna Grace Davidtson: Anna Casa team has been working with Baxter for a number of years and we are delighted to have launch the first Flagship Baxter Showroom in the UK, helping push the brand to the forefront of the high-end luxury product market

TP: What kinds of pieces are being featured?
AGD: High quality Italian furniture pieces with innovative designs. Expect armchairs and sofas with soft with printed leathers and colours such as saffron yellow and sage green. There are also quite a lot of unique pieces in this range.

TP: How were the collection of pieces chosen?

AGD: Most pieces are from the new collection unveiled at iSaloni in Milan this year and there are also some iconic Baxter favourites. The opening collection has something to suit any home or interior, from unique vintage pieces to classic 1950’s style furniture as well as more modern and contemporary influences using bold colours and prints.

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