The zebra-patterned fabric on this huge Duresta rectory stool was not to the new owner’s taste, so we recovered it in something a little more subtle. The Harris Tweed herringbone wool is wonderfully soft and warm, and will be a fantastic centrepiece for a living room. The tops of the wood turned legs are finished in brown studwork.
These classic Duresta Trafalgar armchairs have been reupholstered in Art Of The Loom pewter wool. A wonderful traditional design, interest is provided by piping and borders along the arms, bottom of the front and top of the back. These chairs are currently for sale, enquiries are welcome.
Deriving inspiration from the grand London Gentlemen’s clubs of St James’, the Lansdowne is one of Duresta’s traditional classics. The low arm sweeps beautifully from front to back. We re-upholstered a pair of these wonderful pieces in super soft pewter grey wool from Art Of The Loom.
Another Duresta has been carefully and lovingly restored to its former glory. This time a magnificent Hornblower has been re-upholstered in black wool from Abraham Moon & Sons. With some additional small repairs to the wooden finials, this lovely sofa looks great in the early Spring sunshine.
We’ve upholstered this fabulous pair of Duresta Trafalagar armchairs in a bespoke bruciato leather. Wonderfully soft to the touch, it’s naturally tanned with inherent scars which enhances the beauty of these fabulous pieces of furniture.