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Sièges & banquettes
Shoreditch is a dining chair that’ll bring crisp, clean, contemporary lines to your room – whether you choose the design with arm rests or without.
A chair for those that like their style clean-lined, their covers removeable, and their seats incredibly cushioned.
One of our most traditional dining chair styles for those of us that like a tall back, firm seat and classic button detailing.
A cosy, wraparound shape for when you like the feel of a carver chair but want something a little smaller.
Sometimes all you want is an understated chair design that gently cushions and supports. Which is where Miller comes in.
For when you want a pared-back upholstered design that’s still full of back-moulding and shoulder-hugging curves.
Calverston’s a curvaceous design that’s full of springy comfort, with a lower back so your table’s in clear view.
Inspired by an antique but with added contours so it’ll suit any style and shape of table. Available in 28+ colours.
Inspired by an antique but with added contours so it’ll suit any style and shape of table. Available in two oak finishes.
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.
A painted timber chair that’s a blank-but-beautiful canvas, so you can experiment with colour or keep things subtle and understated.
Three sizes of bench for settings that mix rustic style with contemporary simplicity, that need to sit lots of people, and that have a laidback feel.
Relaxed bench and stool seating that tucks neatly out the way and combines industrial steel with timeless oak.
For rooms that sit somewhere between traditional and modern, Montague combines classic Lloyd Loom with a contemporary shape.
Havana’s a chair that celebrates traditional Lloyd Loom with a timeless design. You can also combine the carver and armless shapes.