The first series features ten wooden items, including stools, tables and benches, made at the firm's workshop in Dorset, UK.
Designs are inspired by a mixture of British vernacular, Shaker, Scandinavian and Japanese woodwork.
The information below is from Another Country:
A New Furniture Brand
Another Country makes contemporary craft furniture. Our designs are archetypal, calling on the familiar and unpretentious forms of British Country kitchen style, Shaker, traditional Scandinavian and Japanese woodwork. It is the spirit and functionality of these honest forms of furniture that Another Country endeavours to re-interpret for a modern customer.
Another Country aims to deliver quality and longevity at fair prices - our products are built to last, both in terms of construction and style, and are sold direct to the consumer via its website.
Another Country’s products are made from solid wood and produced by hand in a small workshop in Dorset, England.
This first collection from Another Country is as clear and simple an interpretation of our intention as we could manage. We have taken familiar forms of craft furniture and pared them back to their most basic elements and made them using the most efficient workshop techniques and the best quality wood. This is our Series 1.
The launch collection is made up of ten pieces: a stool, a bar stool, a bench, a coffee table, a console, a dining table, a daybed and a kids’ stool, step and table. In addition we produce a limited edition ash stool and bench for Monocle Magazine and an accessory peg rail.
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