They say home is where the heart is and that has never been truer than it is this year, with the coronavirus pandemic anchoring us to our homes for an extended period.
Between feeding our body, working from home and keeping our mental health in check, many of us embarked on new hobbies and rekindled old interests in cooking, fitness and redesigning the home space.
If you’re thinking of giving your living room a breath of fresh air, it’s absolutely imperative to carefully assess the layout, practicality and comfort because of the considerable time spent in the living room, connected to the TV and with family & friends.
When it comes to combining comfort and functionality, King Living is no stranger to the game. This globally renowned Australian furniture brand ticks all the right boxes to meet your needs and create balance in your lifespace.
From the brilliant brains behind the design team, comes a new collection of modular furniture that can be swapped around, removed, added on or repurposed. There are two new sofas in its kitty – the most anticipated Bellaire sofa and the Hugo sofa which can be transformed into a bed for two, as well as the Issho dining table. Flexibility and durability are key, especially with King Living’s signature engineered steel frame (with a 25-year warranty, no less!) forming the basis of these products.
The King Living showrooms in IPC Shopping Centre and Bangsar are unmissable, and here you’d find the solution to all your needs, communicated by brand reps that are trained to understand a client’s need and provide the best solution, all while staying true to the brand values.
“We never wholesaled, we have always sold directly to our customers. This has given us the ability to learn what our customers want and respond directly through product design with solutions to their needs,” says David King, the co-founder of King Living.
King Living has been furnishing homes for over 40 years, moving along with times and changing needs while balancing comfort, adaptability and innovation. David doesn’t consider himself a designer, he says, “I simply had the desire to create something meaningful, that would improve people’s lives.”
Given the times we’re living in, King Living has adapted to the new normal in no time to cater to social distancing. If you prefer shopping in the comfort of your own home, then you have to check out its new virtual showroom and digital consultation service that’s second to none.
Take a virtual tour the sprawling, two-storey flagship store in Annandale, Sydney and feast on award-winning sofas, dining furniture, bedroom range and home office selections. Click on the tags and find out more about the products displayed and pricing or zoom in to have a closer look at the display. Let us vouch that it really felt like we were walking in the store.
Also thrown in the mix, product demo videos replete with interactive options. Watch how patented features like the TouchGlide® Technology works on sofas such as King Cloud III to effortlessly adjust the headrest, back and footrest with the touch of a button; or how King Living’s smart storage settings are tucked inside hidden sofa compartments.
If you have any questions at all about the brand or the products, you can chat directly with expert consultants via FaceTime, WhatsApp of Google Duo.
For more information on King Living, visit the Malaysian website here.