Comprising two seat sofa, armchair and footstool, this Duresta Lansdowne set has been carefully restored and is present in the original Duresta embossded chenille.
An absolute furniture design icon since 1973 (and still being manufactured), the Togo collection by Ligne Roset is arguably the last word in relaxed lounging. Multiple density foam construction, coupled with quilted covers, offer comfort that is wonderfully inviting.
We have fully re-covered these two fireside chairs and ottomans in beautiful soft velvet, the colour is best described as ‘Cadbury’s Purple’!
It takes a great deal of time, skill and patience to recreate the signature ‘wrinkled’ look which has made this design such a favourite over the years, but all the effort is rewarded with the final result.
This stunning 3 piece suite is comprised of a Duresta Hornblower sofa and two Duresta Trafalgar armchairs. Fully restored with new cushions, and upholstered in sumptuously soft jet black Abraham Moon wool. This plain, but beautifully warm fabric offers a contemporary twist to the traditional lines of the furniture.
Our client chose a beautiful turquoise embossed velvet for the re-upholstery of this Edwardian low-armed armchair. The chair originally featured rope piping around the back and arms – but due to the lack of availability of a matching colour, we instead hand sewed each self-piped panel individually. The superb final result is true to the original character of the piece.
This absolutely beautiful B&B Italia leather chair came to us in need of some cosmetic attention. By the time we’d professionally cleaned it up, it looked as good as new. We’re delighted that the very first person to view it offered it a new home, and it’s sure to give them pleasure for many years to come.
This Duresta set has what we believe is known as the ‘wow’ factor. Whilst it looks great in the photos, they really can’t do it full justice, and it needs to be seen in the flesh to be fully appreciated. The set is composed of two Duresta Hornblower sofas and two Duresta Trafalgar armchairs, all covered in pewter-grey wool for an up-to-date look which will harmonise with any number of decoration schemes.
A one-off, hand made (and home-made we are told) chair with removable seat cushion for storage. There was a lot of love in the workshop for the short, squat shape of this piece! As can be seen from the ‘before’ photo, it was in a poor state of repair and seemed to have suffered at the claws of a cat (a problem we come across very often!)
The client’s choice of orange/camel/grey plaid wool looks fantastic on the renovated chair. Naturally we took the utmost care that the check pattern runs seamlessly from panel to panel.