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The chair designs that don’t come in pairs, for sitting at your desk instead of your dining table.
Our contemporary take on the Arts & Crafts style: natural oak frames, rush seats and traditional techniques combine with a pared-back aesthetic in the dining chair, folding chair, stool and bench in the Wycombe collection.
Havana’s a chair that celebrates traditional Lloyd Loom with a timeless design. You can also combine the carver and armless shapes.
For rooms that sit somewhere between traditional and modern, Montague combines classic Lloyd Loom with a contemporary shape.
A painted timber chair that’s a blank-but-beautiful canvas, so you can experiment with colour or keep things subtle and understated.
Inspired by an antique but with added contours so it’ll suit any style and shape of table. Available in two oak finishes or 28+ colours.
Wardley’s a contemporary take on the classic Windsor chair, for when you want to nod to tradition. It comes in oak or painted tulipwood too.
Milo is our little drum stool that can be carried to your chosen spot with its leather handle.