JOLINA - Manufacturer of Belair-Furniture.

JOLINA PRODUCTS is the manufacturer of the Belair-Furniture collection. With over 30 years of experience in transforming restaurants and private homes into stylish fifties interiors. Our collection is sold at over 50 retailers throughout Europe. Please visit our new BelAir brandpage for a full overview of the BelAir-Furniture collection.

About Jolina

Sincee more than forty years Jolina Products has been the manufacturer of authentic retro furniture that breathes the atmosphere of the fifties. Hamburgers, Rock 'n' Roll, American diners: the romance of the fifties captures the imagination of many. This magical decennium returns to the fullest in the elaborate collection of vintage furniture. Our collection can conveniently be combined into an authentic decoration of your café or restaurant. With the help of our furniture any interior can be magically transformed to a true crowd-pleaser. By now we are proud to have provided restaurants with stylish fifties furniture worldwide, from Belgium to Qatar. We now have a wide European network of retailers with our retro furniture in their assortment.

Our own brand Bel Air Retro Fifties Furniture represents outstanding quality. Jolina has expanded the Bel Air collection in cooperation with diverse designers. Every piece of furniture is based on the décor of the American diners in the fifties. The Bel Air Lounge Stoel LC-01 was designed by Thijs Smeets and won the 2003 Eye Wish Design Award. The inspiration for Bel Air as a brand name stems from Bel Air, California, and a prestigious community approximately 30 kilometers west of Los Angeles. This community is famous as it is the residence of many movie stars. One of the properties at Perugia Way in Bel Air was a home to Elvis Presley. The legendary meeting between Elvis and the Beatles took place at this residence. Many of the most beautiful Chevrolets also carry the name Bel Air as they were once manufactured here. This luxurious car was built from1953 to 1957. A Chevy Bel Air in good condition will cost the collector a fortune nowadays.