Barlow Tyrie: Luxury Layout
Barlow Tyrie offer a range of style-led deep seating and dining options…
Founded in 1920, Barlow Tyrie is the world’s oldest remaining manufacturer of teak wood leisure furniture. It has since extended its collections to include stainless steel and powder-coated aluminium.
The brand holds an unrivalled international reputation based on stylish yet practical designs, and traditional craftsmanship. The collection, Layout, takes this one notch further still.
Created for Barlow Tyrie by award-winning designers Andrew Jones and Nathalie de Leval, the Layout collection, brings elegant indoor lounging to outdoor spaces.
Hospitality venues are preparing to re-emerge following months of extended closure caused by the pandemic. Establishments that can, will be looking to maximise their outdoor space more than ever before, to attract as many customers as possible, while adhering to the inevitable social distancing guidelines.
Many hotels will be looking at clever ways to enhance their outdoor areas. Layout’s versatile modular system, consisting of upholstered sofas, coffee tables and multiple dining options makes this light work. The furniture can be easily manipulated in a number of ways to suit every seating scenario.
Further, outdoor spaces can be zoned to create more secluded recreational areas for lounging and relaxing in small groups, using the luxuriously soft deep seating options from Layout for maximum comfort and style.
Living in luxury
As we emerge from COVID-19, visiting hospitality establishments will be an exciting and long-awaited experience for many, following a year of limited and essential travel only. It’s likely expectations have soared and some may even have more money to spend as a result of a year spent predominantly at home. No doubt we’ll see some hotels create a luxurious environment with wow-factor, spoiling guests and making the experience the best it can to drive repeat business.
The minimal ‘Japandi’ aesthetic, achieved by the Layout deep seating collection, is expected to be a popular design feature when planning outdoor spaces to cater for post-pandemic clientele. Often less is more and quality furniture with clean lines, which in their own right can create a stunning style statement.
Cool and classic
A muted, ‘natural’ style remains a key design trend for the coming season, particularly for furnishing fabric. The continued drive towards sustainability has sparked interest in an organic colour palette, including smooth stone, earthy ochre and creamy canvases, which dominate our Layout collection.