Last autumn, we expanded the Shoreditch collection to make it work for more types and sizes of room.
If you need a bigger couch for everyday slouching, there’s the corner sofa and chaise end.
On the other hand, the two-seater sofa and armchair are small enough that you can think beyond the living room altogether. Providing your bedroom isn’t pocket-sized, you could squeeze the armchair into a corner, or the sofa at the foot of the bed – a much more indulgent option than an end-of-bed footstool.
But if the sofas and armchairs still feel a bit too far along the contemporary scale for you, there’s always the dining chairs and bar stools. We wanted to keep the sofa’s timeless but practical feel, so we made these in two different shapes: the chair with or without arms, and the bar stool with a backrest and without. Each piece also has a lightly padded seat and solid oak legs.
The chair is just as versatile as its sofa siblings – it complements round and square dining tables, old or new, wood or glass. Likewise, the bar stool is just as at home in a classic kitchen as it is in contemporary Limehouse. Covered in a plain linen (which highlights the row of small studs at the top of each leg), they’re both perfect for city apartments. But with pretty printed upholstery, they have a softer charm – one that’ll even suit a country cottage.