We won't ever pass on your details.
Too often, companies sell on data to third parties. It's invasive, it's frustrating, and it's quite simply something that we'll never do.
So know that when you choose to sign up to receive any of our emails, brochures or services, your personal information will be seen by us alone. That's a promise.
From two-seaters to four-seaters, from classic to contemporary, and for rooms small or spacious.
Shoreditch was made to bring contemporary comfort to small and spacious rooms alike. It is an exceptionally neat sofa, making the most of the space, while its soft cushions and high arms create a cosy place to sit. And the opportunity to add contrast piping makes it just a little bit fun too.
Everything about the Eva sofa’s appearance feels elegant, from the slender, sculptural arms to the studs that add definition. As a contrast to this, the seat and back cushions are generously filled with soft feathers and down, and there’s plenty of depth to curl up.
Every detail of Long Island, from its easy-going shape to the linen covers, makes it feel relaxed. The covers can be swapped around to ring in the changes with a new colour or texture each season or in a few years’ time. It’s also super soft – a sofa for settling in.
Charlotte’s modelled on the classic Chesterfield, with its textural buttons and stitching providing a sense of heritage, though its shape has been made squarer and simpler. It’s the kind of sofa you can imagine passing down the generations.
The Olivia sofa feels very classic, very English and very comfortable. It’s luxuriously proportioned, and a generously stuffed feather and down cushion hides inside the backrest’s upholstery, making it deceptively soft. Olivia also combines traditional details like pleated arms and turned legs with a simple and timeless silhouette.
George is a pared-back, contemporary interpretation of the traditional upholstery that might be found in a London members’ club. It feels tailored and sleek, with its neat seat cushions, subtle pull detail on the backrest, low arms and slim, turned oak legs.
Charles is a traditional sofa – a style that wouldn’t be out of place in an English country house – but its wealth of detail and architectural, castellated shape make it completely unique. It also has inviting pillowed arms, high sides and a slight recline under the seat.