19 Jun 2023
What's that you say? We're halfway through the year already?! We cant quite believe we're 6 months in to 2023, but plenty has been happening over here at Pub Stuff headquarters. Read on to find out more about our sustainability journey, some of our recent projects, and design trends we are loving right now..
Our Sustainability Journey
Sustainability and environmental protection are important to us over here at Pub Stuff. That’s why we want to bring you along with us on our sustainability journey and be as transparent as possible with you on our products and processes! Check in on our Facebook and Instagram social media accounts week to see what steps we are taking to make sure we are going in the right direction!
Our newest product coming soon to Pub stuff - The Cortina Two-Seater Faux Leather Sofa.
Boasting plenty of mid-century influence, This sofa oozes retro style and design with its splayed legs and low back detail. Sleek, flat-top arms and wide rib detailing keep it current with a nod to the contemporary. This sofa will certainly add clean lines and a touch of luxury to any venue. Keep up to date with news on The Cortina and all other things Pub Stuff over on our social media accounts.
Keeping It Green
Keeping the theme green? We just love these natural tones and textures - greens, sage tones and bold, leafy patterns to help bring the feel of the outdoors, in! From left to right: Ashmore in Teal by Clarke & Clarke, Bracken in Forest by Clarke & Clarke, Henley in Olive by Clarke & Clarke.
The Woodland Holiday Park in Norfolk recently came to us for a refurbishment on their Marlings Bar & Restaurant. We love how they've kept true to their nature-themed roots and opted for upholstery in Bison Juniper on their Avon Dining chairs - the perfect shade of green to compliment those wood panelled walls (and indoor trees!) Click here to view your dedicated Holiday Park range.
What's more rewarding than knowing most of your interior design scheme has been sustainably sourced? It's cool to care - and that's exactly why more and more of us are making a conscious effort to bring an eco-friendly ethos when it comes to our design choices. Strip things back and go for bare walls, exposed brick, natural wood chairs and tables, with earthy neutral tones running through. Think repurposed furniture, natural fabrics and textures, and make sure to bring the outside in with plants aplenty. Things can still feel cosy with subtle touches of warmth.