Every now and again I have the opportunity to work with a company I haven't heard of before and I am always excited to find new and beautiful items that I can share with you all. And every now and then I am blown away by how amazing they are. Sixpenny has done that. I am so impressed by the quality of their products and the customer service they provide is top notch. They have proven to be a company that has gone above the industry norm to produce a line of products that will last the test of time.
The craftsmanship involved in all of the Sixpenny furniture is beyond excellent. I can't get over how much attention is shown to the detail of their pieces. Each one that I have been able to use in my work is constructed so well. The Rylance console which is made of solid oak is not only modern and simple in it's design but constructed so solidly that it will last forever. Such a perfect addition to any home...I'm just happy that in this case, its my home that flaunts this beauty now.
At 84" long the Wyatt sofa is another piece I have been able to use in my design and you all......ITS AMAZING!! For real, its the most comfortable sofa I have ever sat on! Made from a kiln dried hardwood frame and feather down, the bench cushion is so soft but still keeps its shape beautifully and the Classic Linen slipcover drapes so perfectly. Everyone that has had the chance to sit on the Wyatt has commented just how comfortable this sofa feels. I can't wait to use it in another design project coming up.
The Nolan dining table, below in English Breakfast is again incredible with the detail and pure heftiness of the piece. It's so refreshing to see furniture that is truly a piece of art and the craftsmanship impeccable. All of these Sixpenny items I would highly recommend. If you are looking for a timeless and well crafted piece for your home or a clients home, Sixpenny is sure to deliver!
You can always purchase any of the Sixpenny items online but right now if you are lucky enough to be in Denver you can visit the Sixpenny Pop Up Shop in Colorado.