This large rectory stool has been re-covered in a contemporary dark blue heavy linen/cotton mix. The job included stripping the pine legs and applying a brown mahogany finish, along with new castors.
Designed in 1973 by Vico Masgistretti, the Cassina Maralunga was strikingly modern at conception, and still retains the same aesthetic appeal today (45 years later!), the sure sign of a design icon. We have restored this fantasic piece, it retains its original burgundy cashmere wool. The set comprises chair, footstool and a somewhat unusual 2.5 seater size sofa. This item is currently fgor sale, enquiries are welcome.
Nottingham-based Cintique have been making furniture since 1908, and they pride thermselves on the high quality of their products. This fireside chair has been reupholstered in a hardwearing chenille fabric, and featured a buttoned inside back.
The Ligne Roset Yang modular sofa is a particular favourite of ours, a true classic of furniture design. We love the way the seat gently slopes down towards the arms, giving the piece a real ‘flowing’ quality. Up to four pieces can be interrlocked if desired. It was designed in 2002 but is no longer in production, making pristine examples much sought-after. Such iconic lines benefit from an unfussy, contemporary fabric; as such we’ve kept it simple but inviting by re-covering in a pewter grey 100% lambswool.