House Of Vara X Battersea Power Station: Sustainable Furniture To Shop Now
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House Of Vara X Battersea Power Station: Sustainable Furniture To Shop Now

You can find House of Vara’s brand new furniture collection at Electric Boulevard

Looking for eco-friendly furniture with a touch of luxury? You’ll love House of Vara’s new collaboration with Battersea Power Station. Read on for the rundown.

Now On Display At Battersea Power Station: The New Furniture Collection From House Of Vara

Itself a blazing symbol of transformation, Battersea Power Station was always going to be the perfect place for luxury interiors brand House of Vara to display their brand new collection of re-purposed and upcycled furniture. Now on show inside some particularly show-stopping apartments at Koa (the latest set of homes to open in Electric Boulevard) as well as the extraordinary Sky Villas at the top of the Grade II* listed Power Station, the aptly named Battersea Collection is a shining example of House of Vara’s innovative work.

Each piece in the collection has been crafted by skilled European artisans using locally sourced, sustainable materials like FSC certified wood and recycled fabrics. Purchasers can choose between one of four room packages, with each product carefully curated by House of Vara and delivered in as little as eight weeks. If you’re after even more inspiration, you can opt for an enhanced package encompassing art, accessories, curtains, cushions and more – or make use of House of Vara’s fully personalised interior design service.

The House of Vara brand is a new venture from Cocovara, an award-winning interior design practice specialising in curated room packages which bring together affordability, outstanding quality, and sustainability. Want to take a look at The Battersea Collection yourself? Here are our top picks. Happy shopping…

The Battersea Collection

The Iris Chest Of Drawers

Dark oak chest of drawers in a wave-like design

(c) Taran Wilkhu

Crafted from natural oak and designed to emulate tactile waveforms, this freestanding chest of drawers is both elegant and practical.

The Bra Stool

Black stool made from repurposed lingerie

(c) Taran Wilkhu

You read that right: this unique piece has been graced the ‘bra stool’ thanks to its primary material: re-purposed bra straps sourced from luxury lingerie designers. Now that’s a statement piece.

The Trillium Dining Table

Marble-topped dining table surrounded by white chairs, in a navy blue kitchen.

(c) Taran Wilkhu

Throwing a dinner party? Wow your guests with this spectacular dining table, which features a slab of two-tone marble from a Portuguese quarry and crafted by artisans onsite.

The May Coffee Table

Aerial view of asymmetrical marble coffee table with a vase of pink flowers on top.

(c) Taran Wilkhu

Nothing completes a space like a gorgeous coffee table, and this one is a beauty. With an asymmetrical shape, dark oak base and striking marble top, it’s a real talking point.

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