A progress in work

A progress in work

It’s said that good design is made of two things: aesthetic appeal and creative problem solving. But we think there’s a third element – one that’s been behind our work over the years.  This third design focus is evolution. Browse through the history pages of...
Simplicity in small space living

Simplicity in small space living

The Spyder and Axle, two new additions to the Kovacs range, are a dynamic duo when it comes to turning a small space into a showstopper. We look at these and provide some quick tips for creating the right stage for these models. Designing for small spaces can be a...
In sight online

In sight online

Our new website arrives! It’s here! The new Kovacs website has been a while in the making but we hope you agree with us that it was worth the wait. The new look website provides a far more in-depth look at who we are, what we do and why we love it. We’re also happy it...
Some classics are better unplugged

Some classics are better unplugged

Battery packs arrive Motorised recliners are undoubtedly always very useful for when you need to recline and rise with ease. However the need for these chairs to be constantly plugged in can be restrictive when it comes to room layout and interior design flexibility....
A study in composure

A study in composure

Introducing the Brooklyn In design, extremes are easy. Balance is much more difficult to master. That’s why Hildy Kovacs took her time carefully coordinating the lines of our newest model.The Brooklyn, with its peaceful symmetry and astute simplicity, speaks to this...
Feature comforts

Feature comforts

Feature comforts The Jed’s classic style and luxurious support Sometimes less truly is more. Such is the case with the Jed – the clean, contemporary lines of the new chair and settee backed by a focused stylistic bearing and clever adaptability. Sitting upon a rigid...