XLCork’s champagne moment as furniture designs capture global attention

XLCORK, the designers of stylish giant bottle-cork furniture, has seen business growth in excess of 20% over the last 12 months thanks to its expanding international distribution network.

XLCork’s champagne moment as furniture designs capture global attention

XLCORK, the designers of stylish giant bottle-cork furniture, has seen business growth in excess of 20% over the last 12 months thanks to its expanding international distribution network.

Stockists and customers from across Europe, the US and Australia have been popping up to buy and sell the wine and champagne-inspired designs crafted by the company’s founder, Stewart Rose.

“What I love about cork,” said Stewart, “is that you can go a little bit crazy with it; it’s a lot of fun. I think that’s what our international customers and stockists feel about the products, too. They’re incredibly tactile, enjoyable features that turn heads wherever they go.”

Customers such as the Hotel Gutenbergs in Latvia, have made sophisticated use of XLCork’s dynamic range. The featured Tall Champagne Cork Bar Stools – also used by Kate Moss in her first interior design project “The Barnhouse” – are just some of XLCork’s most iconic products (£195 + P&P).

Made from 100 per cent Portuguese cork, the Champagne Cork Side Tables (£99-£160 P&P), Giant Champagne Cork Wire Cage Stool/Side Table (£160 + P&P), VIP Champagne Cooler (£65 + P&P), Giant Prosecco and Cava Corks (£150 + P&P), 2017 XL Wine Cork (£120 + P&P) and Bubbling Bunting (£20 + P&P) now complement both interior and exterior spaces worldwide, from a total of 46 stockists.

XLCork’s versatility is key to its success. The company’s Curiosity Cork sale items include the Cork Pet Collars (£5-£14 + P&P) along with a Giant Champagne Cork Door Stop (£55 + P&P).

Part of the Impulse Purchase group of Companies, XLCORK was established in 2010. Its products are available in more than 30 countries and have been featured in the Daily Mail, Fabulous, Metro, Affinity Magazine, LIVE mag, You Mag and X-Factor.

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