From bold to baroque, these chairs, sofas, loveseats and more have a leg up on style.
M2L Featuring an enveloping back, the Mikko Laakkonen-designed Inno collection of sofas and armchairs is a collaboration with the namesake Scandinavian furniture and accessories company. An epoxy-coated steel frame complements fabric or leather upholstery. (item #6)
Escape the heat this summer with soothing marble accents.
Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancman for Cerruti Baleri “Wow” marble-print screen from M2L. (item #4)
M2L delivers a Scandinavian pop of primary color to your interior world.
Gap chair, Mushroom Junior & Orange Slice Junior by Artifort.
Distributor of fresh, modern design and an in-house line of fine furnishings
Featured designers and design collaborations: Khodi Feiz, Artifort, M2L
Equally ad comfortable as a desk chair or a dining chair, this quaint birch and oak seat also stacks to save space. Designed by Harri Korhonen for the Finnish brand Inno. Available through M2L (item#7)
Selected for MoMA’s 1951 Good Design exhibition, the chair’s bentwood frame and sling back make it ideal for kicking back. M2L will also bring back a selection of Probber’s celebrated modular contract seating.
Harvey Probber's Deep Tult sectional in cotton velvet with chrome base by M2L (item #6)
– which also can be used as a bench – includes a center groove that serves as a storage nook. Distributed in the U.S. by M2L (item 15)
M2L signed an agreement with the Harvey Probber Design Archive to reissue some of the American designer's iconic pieces.
M2L, a distributor of several European product brands and an in-house furniture line, said the company has added Inno, a Scandinavian furniture and accessories company, to its portfolio.
M2L's latest find is the Scandinavian company Inno.
Matt Manes has a good eye. When the executive vice president at M2L spotted seating by Finnish furniture maker Inno at ICCF a couple of years ago, he introduced himself to the CEO of the company. Then he followed up with a factory visit in Helsinki. Now M2L is introducing Inno’s line of seating and tables to the U.S. markets.
“I thought it really had a fresh look to it – a new look that you don’t see in the marketplace here,” he says. “And they’re always coming out with new products.”