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To keep a sofa company in a living room, to act as a dressing chair in a bedroom, to occupy a forgotten corner in a hallway.
Introducing the upholstered armchair alternative. Made from rush and oak, Wycombe combines Arts & Crafts style with a contemporary sense of minimalism.
Low, relaxed and refined. Audrey’s a pared-back slipper chair with traditional details.
Our easy-going Long Island design, made even more relaxed with extra space 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 – an armchair for settling in.
Theo’s a completely classic example of British design, inspired by a particular style of antique armchair.
The Casper armchair marks our debut into leather. We’ve chosen a genuine ‘pull-up’ leather, sourced from a tannery heralded as supplying the best hides from South America. Buttery soft yet matte in appearance, it has a timeworn look and characteristic markings that’ll differ from piece to piece, making each one totally unique.
Wing-backed and clean-lined. A chair for sitting up to read the papers.
Everything about the Eva armchair’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 room to curl up.
The Olivia armchair 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.
Matilda may be a petite armchair, but it’s deceptively comfortable. Sit down and you’ll sink in, yet it will always keep its form. Its pretty looks and versatile size also make it suited to fitting in almost anywhere – be it a bedroom, hallway or even bathroom.
William is full of traditional details – like buttons, scrolled arms and turned oak legs – that are timeless in their simplicity. Underneath the well-proportioned seat is a filling that, despite its petite size, makes this chair surprisingly comfy.
Slipper chairs are ideal as occasional pieces; the absence of arms making them suited to tucking away, ready to come forward when needed. They’re also lovely designs in their own right, adding softness to the corner of a bedroom or passing space. Madeleine is our charming interpretation of this classic chair.
Amelia is an armchair that’s full of extra details and sumptuous texture: tufting and stitching in the fabric; a back that’s curved inside and out; and arms that sweep down, framed by smart piping. And despite its petite size, it retains all the comfort of a larger chair.
Shoreditch was made to bring contemporary comfort to small and spacious rooms alike. It’s an exceptionally neat armchair, 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.
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 cushion, subtle pull detail on the backrest, low arms and slim, turned oak legs.